For the past couple years I’ve been doing something extra special for my mom on Mother’s Day. It’s not flowers, it’s not candy, it’s not even a card. I’ve been helping bail someone else’s mother out of jail. And I’ll be doing the same this year.
I gave birth five months ago, and I’m really excited to celebrate my first Mother’s Day with my child. The first one feels special, like I’m suddenly a part of a new club. I’ve been a mother for just a few months, but I’ve been a sex worker for many years.
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This year for Mother’s Day I’m not getting my mom flowers or candy or any of the things we’ve been told by Hallmark that we’re supposed to do. This year, just like last year, I’m donating $50 in my mother’s name to National Bail Out, an organization working to end
Mother’s Day is just around the corner and NYC is the place to be if you’re looking to spoil the woman that pushed you out of her body. She did that, you know…or you were CUT OUT of her. Either way, she deserves some bottomless mimosas or ridiculous bloody mary’s,
I am the Elvis Presley of gift-giving. Once a friend told me a story about how her parents chucked her Addam’s Family board game because they feared it was a bad influence on her younger brother. You better believe I found the very same board game on eBay and gave
In the past few years I’ve been giving people in my family DVDs as gifts. Whether it be a season of The Wire for Hanukah or a copy of The Goonies for a birthday, DVDs have seemed to be a pretty solid bet (especially since I’m not crafty enough to
Today is the love fest that is Mother’s Day, so if you haven’t already sent flowers, taken her out, or gave her a call, you need to stop reading this, and quit being an asshole. There’s tons of dining deals going on today, because nothing says I love you like
If you’re mother is not in New York, you can escape the day with a skype call and an e-card from BlueMountain and laugh all the way to the bank. Then cry at the bank when you realize you still have no money. Then, go home and watch the Married