REVIEW: Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman

You might be thinking that this title looks familiar on this blog. You would be correct. In June 2018, after listening to the audiobook and watching the movie, I made a post comparing the two. Considering that books have the ability to include more details than movies, the comparisons are rarely fair. However, it did …

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Regina Public Schools Need Pride: Where Do We Go From Here?

On Tuesday, October 15, 2019, I attended the Regina Public School Board meeting of the Trustees. Last week, I received notice that the Board would be discussing a motion put forward by a trustee that would recognize and support the celebration of Pride by Regina Public Schools. Here is the exact wording of the action …

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REVIEW: Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda

Update: I forgot to actually schedule this post, so it did not go live when I expected it to, so please ignore the bits and pieces about me being in the parade. I am almost definitely marching in the Queen City Pride Parade right now, but I won't let that stand in the way of …

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REVIEW: If I Was Your Girl

Welcome back, lovely readers, as we continue our descent into 2018 Pride Month with more wonderful books. Today, I'm going to be trying something a little bit different for my book review. Maybe it was just me, but my last couple of reviews have felt more like book reports. Never ending university student problems, I …

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Amplify Those Voices

In the continued vein of Pride Month, my recommendation this week is going amplify the voices of one of those communities. Normally, I recommend an app or a podcast. However, I'm stepping away from that this week and recommending a book. So without further adieu: To my Trans Sisters edited by Charlie Craggs. This book …

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