“Hold up, folks, the employees saw us and are calling the cops.” The message came in only 15 minutes after my roommate and I left, flush with almost a dozen bags stuffed with yogurt, cheese, and frozen meals.
I just found out that my hairdresser is a hardcore MAGA enthusiast who loves wearing shirts that say “I don’t kneel” and posts lots of pictures with American flags and guns. She does my hair perfectly, but I can’t keep giving her my money, right?!?!
For the terminally online, this discourse has been done to death, but if you’re the token Vermonter at the dinner table this topic will likely come up. We want to prepare you for this possibly drunken, certainly awkward conversation.
As a growing transphobic reactionary movement throughout the country uses both state and informal power to intimidate trans people out of public life, Vermont media shows mixed ability to cover these issues with sensitivity.
Dear A Leftist™, I try to always put my name on anything I write or say. Why do some leftists stay anonymous online? I think if you wouldn’t say something face to face you shouldn’t say it at all!
In the middle of a spring marked by widespread anti-trans political action and legislation in the US and heightened transphobic and homophobic violence in Vermont, Wright invited right-wing activist Karlyn Borysenko onto his radio program.
To local media our lives are worth nothing — but our deaths are worth advertising dollars.
Dear A Leftist™,
What’s with leftists hating people who make money and are successful?