This sequel continues the theme of found family from the first book, and is bursting at the seams with several themes common to a lot of disabled, queer, and trans experiences: dysphoria, dissociation and depersonalization, healing from traumatic childhoods, gender fluidity, to name just a few.
This month's edition of #DrinkTeaReadBooks features some pu'er-fuelled ramblings prompted by a recent reading of Alan Moore's "Watchmen" and Kat Verhoeven's "Meat and Bone".
Drink tea and read books! The biweekly assortments are now a slightly less formal monthly or so report on what I've been reading lately, and what I've been drinking lately.
The blogging challenge is back for the month of June! Decolonial feminism, political changes, a superb debunking of Jordan Peterson, and the report on the genocide of Indigenous women and girls in Québec and Canada.
Leif and I were taking advantage of the sun in La Fontaine park when we stumbled upon the Festival BD de Montréal. So here are the 5 BDs that I found on Saturday!
It's the journey, and not the destination, that counts — even when one is on a ship like the Wayfarer, whose job is to punch stable wormholes through the fabric of space-time.