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No, I’m not in a same-sex relationship. But this article resonated with me. #relatable #allmyyeps –Dory

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Source: Yes, I’m in a same-sex relationship. But please don’t call me a lesbian.

The number of pairs of Doc Martens I own is only exceeded by the number of Indigo Girls concerts I have been to. I’m, like, so gay, dude.
But that doesn’t make me a lesbian. And when I’m called one — and especially when I’m called one after identifying myself as bi — I’m reminded that how other people perceive me matters more than how I identify myself.

Source: Keep reading: Yes, I’m in a same-sex relationship. But please don’t call me a lesbian.

The Gospel Of The Big (Orange) Guy — Hitting the Trifecta

[Oh, God, yes, THIS. THIS, SO MUCH, ALL MY YEPS, THIS. –Dory]

There’s spin, and then there’s unabashed lying. Spin is a reality in every industry. It’s a skill you have to possess to get beyond the lowest ranks of private or public endeavors. I don’t care if you’re an orderly in a county hospital. If you are too transparent or matter-of-fact, you’re likely to remain on […]

via The Gospel Of The Big (Orange) Guy — Hitting the Trifecta

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I Googled how to change your blog’s URL (God bless Google. Amen) and followed the directions but I’m not sure I did it the right way to migrate my subscribers and Followers. It was saying to Activate Jetpack, but it already was. So I had to disconnect it and reconnect it. Still, when I open, it opens without the WP bar at the top, so I have to open my wordpress dot com site, click switch sites, then choose

I used to be so savvy at stuff like this. When I started with hosted WP in 2007, I could figure almost anything out on my own. 10 years later, I’m really having trouble, even with help, and it bothers me.

It makes me feel old.