Hello, friends! I know I have been gone for a while, and that there are not many of you, but here’s a short statement while I try to get back to creating content:
What I should be doing right now: a review for my stats exam this Friday. What I’m doing instead: writing this blog post on how I can’t focus. My biggest question has always been “Why?” Why can’t I focus? Why do other people understand material so easily? How can I get myself to just sitContinue reading “Focus”
Hello, Friends! Let me start this post by telling you not to do what I did in the following story. This is meant to be a lesson on what to do instead, especially when you have any sort of autoimmune disease. And remember that I am not a medical professional, so if you do experienceContinue reading “Getting an Impulsive Tattoo”
Neurogender is a term used to describe any gender identities that are affected by or connected to one’s neurotype. It is a lesser known subset of gender identities, and a highly controversial one. Since there are not many resources on neurogender, I’m mostly going to write about what I’ve observed. What I’ve seen a lotContinue reading “What is Neurogender?”
Hello there! My name is Sam Sagar. I am an Indian, queer, non-binary person with an undiagnosed chronic illness and ADHD. I’ve struggled my whole life with each of these identities, trying to squish myself into the boxes society gave me. Together, I hope we can learn how to get rid of those boxes and address personal identity and the related hurdles in a healthy, functional way.
Gender, ability, illness, race, age, sexuality, religion. There are so many boxes in this world. Each word is meant to be a descriptor, yet society tends to use these terms as definers. Imagine this: You hold your personality, appearance, thoughts, ideas, really every piece of what makes you who you are in the form ofContinue reading “A World of Boxes”