Nature is Queer, and so am I

I recently made a post on Instagram about the intersection of my queer identity and my love for nature and how I often drew from one to help explain the other. However, Instagram isn't always the most effective place for me to write out complete thoughts and so I've decided to continue this thought process … Continue reading Nature is Queer, and so am I

August is for Orchids

Orchids inhabit the full length of Mississippi; from the rocky Northeastern corner where you can find plants and animals that are usually only found in the Mountains, down to the wiregrass savannas of the coastal counties. They come in shades of green, orange, white, pink, etc. Their shapes and forms abound. They are as diverse … Continue reading August is for Orchids