A Fictional Account of the First Black Lesbian Pope and Her Quest for Justice and Equality
It was a historic day in the Catholic Church on April 1, 2030, as Pope Maria I, the first black lesbian woman to hold the papacy, was elected. As she stepped out onto the balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica to greet the cheering crowds, the world watched in amazement.
Exploring the Potential Consequences of a Genius Living in Oppressive Times
As I ponder the curious case of Albert Einstein, I cannot help but wonder: what if this brilliant scientist had lived during the time of the Spanish Inquisition? How might his revolutionary ideas have fared in the face of such an oppressive regime? Einstein’s theories of relativity and the nature of light would have been […]