What Nature Intended 

  To someone trying to reason out why people behave the way they do, homosexuality may seem like an anomaly. Two men together or two women together cannot produce a child, and since the biological imperative for all creatures on earth seems to be to survive and procreate, homosexuality doesn't appear to play a role … Continue reading What Nature Intended 

Worthy, Part 2

Rhiannon Worthy came from a family of remarkable women. Her mother, Abigail Padgett Worthy, had not been content to sit at home while her husband managed a newspaper, and instead joined him, becoming one of Seattle's first women correspondents in the 40s, and when her husband died from cancer, just two years after Rhiannon was … Continue reading Worthy, Part 2

Worthy, Part 1

Abigail Worthy steps into the living room of the home she shares with her mother, Rhiannon, and presents herself. She's dressed in a blue plaid skirt, short-sleeved, pressed, white shirt, with saddle oxfords and light colored socks. Her dark hair is pulled back into a ponytail. Rhiannon examines her closely and nods. "This will make … Continue reading Worthy, Part 1

Ecological Meltdown

We satisfy our endless needs and justify our bloody deeds in the name of yesterday and in the name of God - The Eagles The earth's ecosystem didn't pop up overnight. It has developed over billions of years, and humans have only been a part of it for a few hundred thousand at most. This … Continue reading Ecological Meltdown