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The Democratic Party

Here is something I read on Facebook.

The Democratic Party

by Kaeley Triller Harms

It’s no secret that I’m a pretty terrible Republican.

I don’t think Trump hung the moon, I won’t be caught dead in a MAGA hat, I believe true feminism needs a swift revival, and while I love my country, I don’t think we’re better than everybody else. We’ve got lots of work to do. Read the rest of this entry

Purple

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Purple

by Kaeley Triller Harms

While shopping this morning, I overheard a man bellowing at his wife:

“Come on, Kerry! That’s purple! You can’t give a boy purple. That’s a girl color. What’s wrong with you? I’m sick of all this gender neutral crap. There are only two sexes!” Read the rest of this entry

Sex education

Here is something I read on Facebook.  This is something you should be concerned about even if you don’t live in the state of Washington.

Sex education

by Kaeley Triller Harms

My post about the mandatory sex-ed bill in WA got shared a bunch of times yesterday. Some of you who shared it are getting bombarded with the typical disbelieving pushback from a lot of your friends: Read the rest of this entry

Sexual abuse claims

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Sexual abuse claims

by Kaeley Triller Harms

I say this now- BEFORE the next election-related sex scandal comes to light. It’s an important conversation.

It’s hard to trust claims of sexual abuse that only seem to come to light when a political seat hangs in the balance. As someone who has spent countless hours working to help women who have been abused, here are some standards I think might be useful in navigating those discussions: Read the rest of this entry

Commercial surrogacy

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Commercial surrogacy

by Kaeley Triller Harms

Lengthy post ahead. I posted it as a FB note yesterday, but those things never get much traction, and the subject matter is important, though controversial. I don’t post this in condemnation but in caution:

Last year I sat in stunned silence at a WA State Senate hearing concerning the matter of commercial surrogacy. The proposed bill contained 55 pages of legislative text full of demands and bloviations about alleged parental rights. Its goal was to legalize commercial surrogacy without limit through the entire state. Read the rest of this entry

Clear your cache

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Clear your cache

by Kaeley Triller Harms

It’s an official snow day here in Coeur d’ Alene, which means there is a LOT of snow on the ground.

It also means that my beautiful, precious, angelic children have been stuck inside with me all day as I struggle to keep them occupied long enough to get some of my work done. Netflix and Ramen have been heavily featured in this game plan. Don’t judge. Read the rest of this entry

Reformed and charismatic believers

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Reformed and charismatic believers

by Kaeley Triller Harms

Ok, Christians, let’s talk about the unspoken but very evident war between Reformed and charismatic believers.

As a self-declared Presbycostal, I find myself once again smack dab in the middle of two deeply conflicting perspectives with the unsolicited ability to see major pros and cons in either camp. This is as much a self-preach as anything, so forgive the bluntness in my following observations; I’m too often guilty of the errors and attitudes I’m about to name. Read the rest of this entry

Grey

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Grey

by Kaeley Triller Harms

A few years back, I got into a playful argument with my brilliant best friend, the artist, when she insisted that, of all the stunning colors in God’s green earth, grey was her favorite.

“Grey??!” I repeated in bewildered incredulity. “Who picks grey when there’s cerulean and crimson or indigo to choose from?!” Read the rest of this entry

Trump

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Trump

by Kaeley Triller Harms

I know at this rate that Trump bashing could be an Olympic sport and that the man could read the Emancipation Proclamation and still be accused of doing it wrong and killing children in the process. Hyperbole and hysteria rule the rhetoric of the day.

I get that Trump derangement syndrome is alive and well and should be resisted. We should call balls and strikes as he throws them. Read the rest of this entry

Abusive marriages

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Abusive marriages

by Kaeley Triller Harms

Yesterday was pretty gnarly for both Daniel and me, so by the time he got home from work, I had already planted myself in the tub for a good 30 minutes, and it was clear neither of us felt up to cooking.

We piled the kids in the truck and drove to the local Mexican restaurant for some much needed sustenance. Read the rest of this entry

It’s not over yet

Here is something I read on Facebook.

It’s not over yet

by Kaeley Triller Harms

We watched “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” with the kids again the other night. For as many times as I’ve read the book or watched the movie, I always seem to pick up something new. Read the rest of this entry

Women in refugee camps

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Women in refugee camps

by Kaeley Triller Harms

In refugee camps across the globe, there is an increased demand for adult diapers.

Is this because of some fetish? No. It’s because the females in these camps know that to walk to the bathroom alone at night puts them at a dramatically increased risk of rape, and they would rather sit for hours in their own excrement than risk being violated. Read the rest of this entry

Gender identity indoctrination

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Gender identity indoctrination

by Kaeley Triller Harms

A couple years ago, I sat in a meeting in DC with the heads of the Department of Education. We were there to urge them to stop gender identity indoctrination in public schools.

One of the people on “our side” was a teenage boy who had been forced to share a gym locker room with a gender confused teenage girl. I listened in anger as this boy described how the girl began stripping down in the locker room, exposing her breasts to a room full of hormonally charged teenage boys in their underwear. Read the rest of this entry

I DO NOT HATE TRANS PEOPLE

Here is something I read on Facebook.

I DO NOT HATE TRANS PEOPLE

by Kaeley Triller Harms

Apparently, though I’m nearly five years into this, I need to issue yet another disclaimer:

I DO NOT HATE TRANS PEOPLE.

I hate the ideology that gets its hooks in them and convinces them that their aggressive self-hatred is normal. Read the rest of this entry

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