Utterance

January 29, 2019

ORIGINAL WORK: Trio

I see

How quickly your

stance/tone/vocabulary/overtalking

tendencies/comfort with me buying my own

drink/and tendency to flinch

when I speak

in femme

changes

December 31, 2018

#18Words || 2018

Whether you gave 2018 the smackdown like Ocasio-Cortez to every one of her critics or you shutdown like our government, 2018 likely left you feeling some type of way. Utterance presents 18 word summaries of how it left some of our readers feeling.

December 27, 2017

#17Words || Beata Skonecki

This installment of #17Words comes from Beata Skonecki, as presented by Tia Brown. Drop Tia a line at tia@qweencity.com to speak your 17 words.

December 27, 2017

#17Words || Lisa Martin

This installment of #17Words comes from Lisa Martin, as presented by Tia Brown. Drop Tia a line at tia@qweencity.com to speak your 17 words.

December 27, 2017

#17Words || Jess Widmer

This installment of #17Words comes from Jess Widmer, as presented by Tia Brown. Drop Tia a line at tia@qweencity.com to speak your 17 words.

December 27, 2017

#17Words || Sara Bisenius

This installment of #17Words comes from Sara Bisenius, as presented by Tia Brown. Drop Tia a line at tia@qweencity.com to speak your 17 words.

December 27, 2017

#17Words || Laura Hoover

This installment of #17Words comes from Laura Hoover, as presented by Tia Brown. Drop Tia a line at tia@qweencity.com to speak your 17 words.

December 27, 2017

#17Words || Sara Greene

This installment of #17Words comes from Sara Greene, as presented by Tia Brown. Drop Tia a line at tia@qweencity.com to speak your 17 words.

December 27, 2017

#17Words || Sarah Miller

This installment of #17Words comes from Sarah Miller, as presented by Tia Brown. Drop Tia a line at tia@qweencity.com to speak your 17 words.

December 12, 2017

#17Words || Susan Lewis

The first installment of #17Words comes from Susan Lewis, as presented by Tia Brown. Drop Tia a line at tia@qweencity.com to speak your 17 words.

May 12, 2017

“To Samo”

“I cannot remember a time when I perceived one mom as more important than the other, one as more loving, one as more ‘real,’ and I never will.”