Links: Trans Rights, Plays, & More

Workspace with computer, journal, books, coffee, and glasses.Welcome back, y’all! How are we doing?!

I, for one, am exhausted this week. There’s a big conference being held at work and all the  movers and shakers are there. It’s positively tiring.

In other news, I’m in the early stages of getting a pal for my old cat Linus. He was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism last August and it’s brought out some anxious traits. And while we love him dearly, we also cannot chase him up the stairs whenever he demands it.  We’re hoping a chill lady will be good company, but we’re also nervous about introducing him to a new cat.

What’s new in your neck of the woods? has a tabletop RPG bundle to benefit trans rights in Florida. Over 200 creators have contributed to the bundle and they’re closing in on their goal of raising $300,000. Act fast, though, because it’s only available for a couple more days!

Also, if you’re in the States and if you want to stay informed on anti-trans legislation, this is a helpful website.

Look, I’m not a Bryce Harper fan (go Red Sox!), but apparently he loves himself a romance novel.

Chris Pine and Regé-Jean Page have what sounds like a very adorable group chat. Oh and go see the Dungeons & Dragons movie! It’s very fun!

If you’re in Montreal, romance author Uzma Jalaluddin has a play that recently debuted! It’ll be showing until April 8th. If you go, I really want to hear what you think!

Don’t forget to share what cool or interesting things you’ve seen, read, or listened to this week! And if you have anything you think we’d like to post on a future Wednesday Links, send it my way!

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  1. DiscoDollyDeb says:

    I gotta say, as a huge baseball fan, I would not have figured Bryce Harper as a romance novel reader, but here we are.

  2. OuchOuchOuch says:

    Happy to hear that Linus is getting a pal! My senior cat was deathly ill during 2020 (timing, bro) and although he and my younger cat were previously aloof to one another, they then decided they were best buds and SC’s health started to improve shortly thereafter. Today they’re inseparable and SC has really helped manage YC’s anxiety.

    On a more sombre note, just a reminder that when America sneezes, the rest of the world gets splashed. I live and work in Africa and if you think the governments in your part of the world DGAF about trans and gay rights, they’re practically RuPaul compared to the ones on this continent. On top of that, many churches in Central and West Africa are linked to the Southern Baptist Convention and other evangelical-type churches in the USA financially and theologically, so the rabid frothing just gets spread around to places where GNC people do not have American resources.

  3. HeatherS says:

    I wish I could go see “The Rishta”. I loved her Pride & Prejudice-inspired book “Ayesha At Last” (but still haven’t read “Hana Khan Carries On”). Apparently she’s also got a contemporary second-chance romance inspired by Persuasion, called “Much Ado About Nada”, that is due out in June.

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