I've been thinking of starting an anonymous blog for a while now. At first I thought it would be just one anonymous article on The Beacon, but then it turned out to be two. And yesterday, it became three. Once in a while, I think I'll continue writing for The Beacon, but I decided today that I'd like to have my own voice in the blogosphere.
I am a female Orthodox Jew, and I am gay. There's not much more I can say about myself without giving away who I am. For reasons that I explained in my first article in The Beacon, and that I'll hopefully talk about at length here, I have to remain anonymous.
I’m going to keep this post short, simple, and to the point. The point being- why am I writing this blog? What am I trying to say or do?
The answer is a mixed bag. Yes, I am and will be making my voice heard here. I will, very often, be trying to make a point about something that catches my attention, and it won’t always necessarily be about homosexuality or Judaism. On the other hand, I won’t always be trying to make a statement. Sometimes I’ll just be writing out my thoughts, my feelings, my impressions- about anything and everything.
My plan is to blog every Sunday, so I hope to talk to you all in a few days :)