I Have an Acute Case of Eco-Grief

Reckoning with a world growing more unstable and dangerous each day.

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I would be lying if I said these past two months haven’t been a special kind of difficult. Sleep doesn’t come easy, anger is always around the corner, and hope is often nowhere to be seen. Much like the sky that comes with every intense storm, my head is full of dark grey clouds.

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Big haired #Leo who writes about existing as a Queer POC in America. Louisiana Creole. New Orleans. I’m the dramatic southern belle your parents love!

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Big haired #Leo who writes about existing as a Queer POC in America. Louisiana Creole. New Orleans. I’m the dramatic southern belle your parents love!

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