An excerpt from The Bailing Out of Aunt P by Sarah Sorensen:
“Then she stayed at our house for a while. She slept in my Strawberry Shortcake canopy bed. Things were too tough at home, I guess. So there she was. And I liked being there “helping” her. I wanted to ask her things. I wanted to know where you had to go and what you had to do to be a big punk lesbo. I used to think about boy names and try to pick out ones I liked enough to date. I liked girl names better. Aunt P. had figured out a system where it was cool and rebellious to like girls. Who’d she learn that from?”
Read the rest in the Fall/Winter issue of Dark Sky Magazine.