Unity Outreach Coordinator Karen Jesch share’s her experience coming out and how Unity can provide a community for people struggling with identity amidst the pandemic
In a world where everyone is being forced apart, Opinion Contributor Karen Jesch talks about the game that kept her close to her friends: The tabletop role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons, a game of dice, fantasy, and shared imagination.
“To me, the comments by the public about how “dangerously thin” the Azawakh is and how their owners ought to be arrested is indicative of a larger problem. The issue is not that these sighthounds are too skinny; the issue is that people don’t know the basics of canine health.”
“Fake service dogs and ESAs are not fair to the legitimate animals who really are trained, who provide a service, who expand the world.”
In a surprise turn of events the Chick-Fil-A Foundation has gone against their past history and pulled donations from several anti-LGBT+ groups. In a world where everything is politicized, Karen Jesch analyzes what this change means, if it means anything at all.
“I see all the time that people don’t realize the difference between emotional support and service dogs and the laws that pertain to them. “
“Being born and raised in Southern California, our four seasons are just variations of summer. Our trees are either evergreens or palms — they don’t change color. Living somewhere with actual seasons has given me an appreciation for what is quickly becoming my favorite season.”