Current Antics and Dattch Collaboration

I have had to just pause Lady Gaga to write this post on my lunch break because I’m so excited about everything that’s going on and I can't concentrate. I’m currently waiting for my tinned chicken noodle soup to cool down because that’s what I’m having to eat because I’m so skint, but it doesn’t matter because I’m wealthy in productivity and joy. I haven’t felt this fulfilled in a long time.Of late, I’ve been working hard on filling my brain with goodness to counteract the amount it was wasted in the jobs I’ve had since graduating. I’ve set myself out a ladder of greatness, I want to learn everything, do everything, be everything. I’m developing notions of a discourse that I am ridiculously passionate about, and I truly feel like I won’t rest until it’s complete. 

I wrote a piece on sexuality and identification and approached to see whether they would be interested in posting it for me. I’ve been asked why I didn’t approach Diva, or When Sally Met Sally, or other ‘lesbian’ websites that might have paid me for it. The reason for this is because I don’t particularly connect with them, I don’t identify with their target audience and I’m not doing this to make money. I write about this for the love of it, for the fire inside me, for the desire to change the world. Dattch and I have a lot in common.

As it transpires, they were incredibly interested in working with me for my perspective on the Queer scene and experience, as it was something they’d never encountered before. This morning I woke up and my piece had been published, I’ve been beaming ever since. I’ve already had an overwhelming reaction, so I’m overjoyed and incredibly proud. To make matters even better, RuPaul tweeted me! I feel like I’ve been touched by a divine spirit. Darling Ru, you’ll never know how much you’ve changed my life for the better. 

Avoiding running off on a tangent before I write a love letter to RuPaul, I’ll bring it back to the point of this post. As some of you know, I’m focusing a lot of my personal writing to actively documenting my own Queer experience, as is briefly mentioned in ‘No Fear in Being Queer’. The love-child of mine and Amy’s queerexperience has manifested in our project QUEEREVOLUTION. While I’m currently super busy working on content for the site, please bear with me as it develops. 

If you're a struggling to get through to your friends and family just how you feel in your identity, forward them the link to my piece. It's helping mine understand who I actually am, so I hope it works for you, too. If you're currently experiencing any sort of 'outsider' culture, If you identify as Queer, not really sure, whatever, then please let me know. I'm always out and about and always up for meeting new people, even if it's just to have a gin and a giggle with.

You can follow me on Instagram (sarahmoorexo) and Twitter by clicking here, and while you're at it you might as well give Dattch a follow. 

 XOXO GOSSIP GIRL (not really, just Sarah)
Fangirling so hard.