This is part one of a three-part series,--mostly because I'm struggling to find reliable, fast wifi!-- in which I discuss Queue, the Conspirituality Con, the politics of gender identity, and what it means to uphold freedom of speech.
To be clear, No: I have nothing to do with QueueAnon, and I'll admit that it does get mildly irritating to be continuously characterized as a follower of, or adherent to that "movement"--or whatever it is-- in order to justify dismissing and discrediting my perspective entirely, which is actually based on cold, hard facts, my political convictions, and my personal philosophical/spiritual approach to life, none of which has anything to do with Queue at all.
In any case, I am *delighted* to discuss the fear that drives so many people to disparage those who are confidently aligned with their commitment to truth and liberty. In this 3-part series, I mention the wonderful Angela Sumner, Dr. Christiane Northrup, and Dr. Kelly Brogan, --all women whom I love and respect immensely. Sisterhood and solidarity--essential to forging a path that leads to freedom, justice, and integrity.