A Sign on the Door
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A Sign on the Door

A Virtual Wedding and Digital Cake

To Love in the Time of COVID-19 and the Online Spaces in Which We Now Reside

Photo by Heather Miller on Unsplash

Minutes ago, I watched one of my older cousins marry his funny, bright-spirited girlfriend in a sparkling gold and navy courthouse, streamed over Facebook Live.

The video that will live on the platform for as long as Zuckerberg and the groom’s father allows is itself as short as the ceremony: a swift…

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A Sign on the Door aims to ignite conversations centering intersectional identities and stories. LGBTQ+, feminist, anti-racist, empowering narratives from anyone wanting to share a little piece of themselves or an example of real-life learning are welcome.

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Jill Fredenburg

Jill Fredenburg

Author of LGBTQ+ Revolution 2.0 & occasional YouTube content creator 🏳️‍🌈 https://linktr.ee/JillFredenburg

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