“Prostitution camp provided women for Petersen adoptions”

The backstory is important when purchasing children. Every coercive/forced adoption has a sordid backstory. And this is exactly why SLAPP suits are filed, often unlawfully sealed, to hide the ugly evil of the private sector adoption baby market. “When she was arrested in August, Lynwood Jennet, Petersen’s co-defendant in his criminal case and his fixer […]

The State of Alabama is still selling people.

The state of Alabama is still selling people. How? It’s called “pre-birth consent.” Pre-birth consent is a legal agreement: a pregnant woman signs over her in utero baby to a person/couple. The mother signs the consent form during any trimester in her pregnancy, relinquishing her baby for adoption when it is still in the embryo or […]

My Mama named me Amber LaShea…

Due to recent happenings, I think it is imperative that I make it very clear that the title of this blog is me; however, it is a name that is copyrighted to me:  Vesper Woolf. And, as I thought was clear and/or rather irrelevant, I have a YouTube channel:  Southern Belle Humanism. I showcase artists, […]

The Space Ballad of Ricky Joe… (Yes, he’s from Alabama.)

Once upon a time, before my sister developed a knack for crafting tin foil bikinis as well as tin foil hats of both superb and enormous proportions molded into the Neo-traditional style of Alpha Centaurian design, there was Ricky Joe. Ricky Joe’s significance to the cultural history of Emily’s amazing foil bodyware is linked to […]

Shame a single mother, especially one of my relations, and I go Scarlett on you.

*Note:  This was originally a Facebook rant. Amber Geislinger March 20 at 3:54pm · I have lectured on decorum for the 21st century, and I’m currently considering taking my phrase on as a title for another book after I complete my current project. You’ve seen me use a soft style of owning a man-bitch, and […]

My Grandmother Was A Feminist Icon Before That Was Even A Thing

Women’s History Month is upon us again. And Facebook’s algorithms are probably slamming your newsfeed. This is a picture of my grandmother, Polly Winkles Holmes, ever the politically active do-gooder of her day. She led the Decatur branch of The Women’s League of Voters; and, administrated retirement villages for the elderly at a time when […]