Queerly Texan is a blog dedicated to social justice, chronic illness awareness, queer culture, and my life. The author of Queerly Texan is me, a seventeen year old, chronically ill, lesbian, named Alyssa from Texas. Blog posts will be about anything from politics, social justice, and being LGBT, to chronic illness awareness, and my life living in daily pain.
I have chronic migraines, abdominal migraines, and other undiagnosed chronic illnesses that I’m trying to get diagnosed. My goal with this blog is to create content that others find relatable, makes them think deeper about certain issues, and to break the stigmas of living with multiple chronic illnesses.
I like to read, draw, watch Netflix, and play with my pets. I have two dogs, and a cat who are a handful and keep me busy as I’m cooped up at home. I love blogging and try to post at least twice a week, but I check this blog daily.
This blog is a safe space for anyone and everyone. I am not a counselor or doctor, but if you need help or someone to talk to I am always here. You can get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or through my contact page, feel free to ask me questions, get advice, or just say hey!