A Sign on the Door
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A Sign on the Door

The Questions I Asked While Drowning

Life Did Not Flash before My Eyes

Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash

I do not believe a single story where the lead’s life flashes before her eyes moments before death. Not anymore.

A handful of friends and I took off to the Outer Banks for a weekend-long party in the middle of the school semester I dubbed my “quarter-life crisis shindig.” Turning twenty-five in the middle of graduate school meant that each…

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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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