Ellie Krug

CALL: Being Authentic Even When You Are Afraid

We are all survivors of the human condition. All of us are attempting to make our way through the world. If we could go across the room and ask everybody to tell us "what makes you happy, what makes you sad, what challenge you have had in life, what success you have had, what makes you tick" — three things would happen.

Celebrating Badass Minnesota Women

In-Person Event April 16, 2022 A free in-person event…

Who Controls Your Stomach?

I think this was his way to tell me that in my life, there were people who would try to control my stomach, my Black body. I have been taught that we, as Black people, reflect and realize what destiny is and how people in power can never take that away.

April 2022: In the News

LGBTQ+ rights, conversion therapy ban, MMIR director, documentary about women entrepreneurs

Lucina Kayee: The Stories of Foster Youth

No child should ever feel like they have to hide who they are.

Undoing Heterotemporality

In a heteronormative, capitalist society, there is an expected sequence of life events that form the human experience.

Queer Health & Relational Healing

Larissa Little (center) at a button-making event promoting…

Judie Junkie Blues: Conclusion

This is the ending section of a short story related to a surveillance society, as part of our exploration of fiction and poetry at womenspress.com

A PenPal Zine for Rural Queers

I was shocked because I had never seen my state in any sort of queer history. Since then, I strive to bring forward the visibility of rural queer people.

Transplanar Role-Playing Game

TransplanarRPG in action. Photo courtesy Connie Chang This…

VIEW: Ellie Krug, “Trash”

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I spent several hours reading the notecards and remembering what it was like to be loved unconditionally.

VIEW: Suzann Willhite, “Seeking Equality”

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“Women’s issues” have not been adequately funded or supported since the founding of this country.