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Helping LGBTQ+ Youth Navigate COVID-19

July 24, 2020

Well, here we are. It’s almost August and we’re still battling the COVID-19 pandemic. That short, sigh of relief we had when things began to reopen is over. In fact, cases in the US have surpassed FOUR MILLION. Let that sink in for a minute. Here in Baltimore, indoor dining has been suspended again, and… Read more

What Pandemics Can Teach Us about Food and Eating, and Sexual Activity, Too

May 21, 2020

My first days living during the declared coronavirus public health emergency were spent in terror—not wanting to leave my house or even open its doors. That frame of thought quickly led to a principal activity of daily living consideration—how was I going to go about eating. Questions that bubbled up included Do I have enough…

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Coronavirus and the Lack of Access to Abortion

April 16, 2020

During the COVID-19 crisis, I have heard so many different things around what is essential or non-essential. This categorization spans from which employees should still go to work, what businesses can remain open, which daily activities are important enough for you to leave your house, and even which medical procedures people are allowed to have.… Read more

Professional Development You Can Do While Social Distancing

March 19, 2020

Stuck inside? I know, I know...most of us are indeed stuck inside, doing the best we can to keep up with life while social distancing ourselves. Email after email, we see the cancelations or postponements for our conferences, trainings, and other events. If you find yourself with some extra time now that your on-site professional… Read more