How Mad Are You Actually?

Trying to stay angry is one of the hardest parts of this election. People are trying to normalize things, and while I see the merit in doing that (it's a survival tactic), I know how I work. I know I need raw anger and emotion to compel me to do anything.

Enter this blog. For a while it might function as more of a journal, because I don't expect many people to read it. But just like women don't dress for men, I'm not writing this to be read. It's just one of the many ways I'm forcing myself to stay angry so I can force myself to affect change. 

Might be a slow build, but change doesn't happen overnight (unless that night is November 9, 2016). More posts to come.