A New Site: For QTPOC Mental Health Resources

QTPOC Mental Health Resources

A new site is launching that is combining resources and giving queer & trans people of color a chance to have a voice through art creation and essay writing.

Any assistance you can think of, whether it is sharing this post, liking it, or donating funds that go towards paying the editors, writers and artists would be amazing.

Thank you so much for reading, and sending you love.

Stephanie Ambroise

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a force to be reckoned with

i did not write today
my arms, at rest, turned desire
into a charlatan because i am a mother
who believes in moderation, and the
artist in me is a child. gazes as glints
of buildings and the lustre of lilies
and thinks it wants to create limitlessly,
no matter the hour, no matter the conflict
of schedule, or my need to shit. like a child,
it grabs hungrily at books and points shamelessly
at pictures and people and always has questions
about love and kisses and where’s daddy? like a
child, it believes to much in dreams, and every
frikkin thing that makes it’s breath catch and turns
it dizzy. stupid, inexperienced, still in
love with the world child, desperate to dig
in the most moist of soil to dig to the most
squishy and uncomfortable of things, so it
can show me. well i don’t have time.

so i did not write today, and look at you.
with this gross thing in your hand, look
at you! I did not write today, and
you’re alive, aren’t you?
You’re still alive!

May we all see the light within, within within…

I remember when my friend first gave me a copy of their CD when I was 14 years old, and I feel in love with them. Their songs about the Goddess, and being a powerful woman carried me across many emotional and psychological obstacles I faced at home, and I believe these songs play a part in who I am today.

May the blessings of your grace, my love

shine on everyone

and may we all see the light within

within within…