That being said, I dipped into my archive and came up with this one. If you have been to the Abandoned Building Brewery, you may have seen this hang on its wall. If you want to see it, it will be up until the end of the month. It's also for sale there. I freaking love how this graphic came out, yet for some reason, I never posted this until now.
I have complicated feelings about country music, but I will say, I hate the Nashville sound. I hated it in the `80s and I hate it today. Give me folk music, even if it borrows from country any day. Willie Nelson started his career in the `50s with the Nashville sound. However, at the end of the `60s and into the `70s, he broke away from that and started making his own music. I haven’t really dug into Willie Nelson’s catalogue, but I am open to recommendations if you have any.
In the fight for LGBTQIA rights, this is a battle that we have won. Which could be why I never posted it. I made this last year shortly after the Obergefell decision, and despite how beautifully it came out, it just never seemed like the right time.
However, in the fight to keep abortions safe and legal, there is a very important lesson we must learn: Just because we won the fight doesn’t mean we still can’t lose the rights.
So until we normalize same sex marriage as a society, we must always echo these ideas. Because in the fight for transgender rights, we can’t lose ground in what we have won.
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