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.
On Monday the 13th of July 2020, I remembered that there was a to-do item on my itemized list of things to check, that still needed some work. July was the month of the comet Neowise, a stellar body that orbits earth every 6800 years, and coincidentially, it so happens, that the comet chose the […]