Category Archives: Adoption: The Last Great Civil Rights Issue

Waiting for the End of the World, Part Two

Life has been very hard.  I had divorced myself from my body.  I treated my body badly, I treated those I love badly, I had an overwhelming sense of disassociation from everything.  Like wrapping myself in cotton batting.   I was … Continue reading

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The Church Likes The Dark

Pope Ratzi threw Australian Catholics a bone by canonizing the first Australian saint, Mary MacKillop.  Oddly enough, MacKillop was once excommunicated because of her involvement in a coverup of church-sanctioned pedophilia: As a young nun, MacKillop – who will be … Continue reading

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Adoption – The Great Mind Fuck

Adoption and reunion is a mind fuck. I’ve lived in an adoption rainbow farting fog my entire life.  I assumed my adoptive parents cultural, social and historical life.  It is the only way to survive as an adoptee. First I … Continue reading

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An Adoptee’s Story

(And Now For Something Completely Different:  My wife, molly bloom, who was adopted a week after she was born, left on a plane this morning to meet her birth mother and her three siblings for the first time.  She wrote … Continue reading

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