The uproar about the new US dystopia got me thinking about how the Omega on Top series is, at its core, about reproductive justice.
The billionaire romance often ignores a key question: how the heck did they get all that money anyway? The answer is usually not pretty.
Glitterati Omega, book 2 in the Omega on Top series, explores how gender works in this world--and should make us question our own.
Laws banning discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity are front-page news. But they seem to be overreaching on a lot of fronts.
Some folks like to go around threatening to sue over copyright when people "steal" ideas. So, how does copyright work? (Hint: not like that.)
I was recently asked to simply hand out a 5-star rating for a book. No need to read it beforehand! That ... seems pretty shady, imo!
The fox holds a special place in lore around the world, often as a magical or "trickster" character. Why are foxes so darn appealing?
You'd think a guy getting pregnant circumvents the biological essentialist standpoint. But mpreg often has a lot of bio-essentialist stances.
Some people think gender and biological sex are linked. In reality, we kind of made up everything about what makes a man or a woman.
Second wave feminism tried to dismantle more than the first wave. But 50 years on, we're still fixing what the 1960s and '70s got wrong.