By JAMIE FLATHERS
for Inland 360
You bewitch me but in a way thats neither exploitative of nor culturally insensitive to Wiccans.
Roses are red, violets are blue and speaking of flowers, dont you love and respect Georgia OKeeffe and other women artists, whose work is perennially underrepresented in major museums?
You are so beautiful but I worry that telling you that is only going to make us both further internalize patriarchal standards of femininity, so I take it back.
With you, I just knew that I would be willing to put my masculine desires aside and stay home with the children so you could focus on your career.
I believe in our love and in the redistribution of unearned wealth that could lift the world out of crushing poverty.
You melt my heart which is good for my personal growth, because I need to confront the toxic masculinity that has forced me to bottle up my emotions for most of my life.
Our love was meant to be a partnership in which we both shoulder an equal share of the domestic and child-rearing responsibilities.
I will never let you go unless dissolving our relationship would be the healthiest thing for our mutual emotional stability.