A Variable. A Choice. A thing shyly revealed should be holy obviously controlled by spirituality and politics not self, like--- a womb, virginity, marriage, the body. Imagine barcodes tattooed like Chinese letters on the inside of your lip alarms going off at--- I’m pregnant, I want you, I do, this isn’t me. But what is holy if not free, if not … [Read more...]
About Gervanna Gravity Stephens
Gervanna Stephens is a Jamaican poet and proud Slytherin with congenital amputation living in Canada. Her works have appeared in Moonchild Magazine, Ghost City Press, Montreal Writes, Mojave Heart, and Empty Mirror. She is Assistant Editor with The/tƐmz/Review, hates public speaking, has two sisters who are better writers than her, and thinks unicorns laugh when we say they aren’t real. Tweets @gravitystephens.