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Author Archives: Blue Crow

We didn’t like the answer….

Well, over the years we’ve been trying to multiply the feelings here, but it turns out the equation was just not balanced. I am terribly heartbroken to let everyone know that Matt has ended their relationship with me, Blue, saying they no longer have romantic feelings for me. I feel deeply hurt and do not […]

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What’s After TACC?

THE BACKSTORY: Coming out of Oregon Tradeswomen, processing my next steps meant a lot of thought and a lot of conversations with community… Do you like our comic? The biggest way to support our art is to share it! Whether you retweet on Twitter or mention it in person in conversation, telling others about our comic and […]

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Breaking Barriers and Breaking Hammers.

THE BACKSTORY: While doing the Oregon Tradeswomen program, we would go to different training centers and job sites to get experience and build our skills. We would be instructed and coached by different staff from Oregon Tradeswomen on these trip, as well as the staff of wherever we were visiting. Some pushed us hard than […]

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We Can Do It!

THE BACKSTORY: I had so many new and intense experiences while doing training with Oregon Tradeswomen… It’s difficult to narrow down ideas for what to capture in those seven weeks, but a positive aspect that stuck out was the unique moments of camaraderie and encouragement. Together, with nurturing and support as a community, we can […]

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Letting It Out

THE BACKSTORY: There’s a misconception that being non monogamous or polyamorous means someone is dating with frequency (and sometimes that stereotype causes people to judge non monogamous people negatively), but being open to date or fall in love with multiple people doesn’t mean it’s always happening! In writing this week’s comic, we felt it was […]

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Sharing Is Hard

THE BACKSTORY: Recently one of my friends of a few years asked me out, and a few dates later, she was sleeping over. This is a pretty big deal for me, first person giving me serious butterflies in my belly since I popped a baby out of it, but it’s also a big deal for […]

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My Community Refills Me

THE BACKSTORY: I am more than a cup, despite being a vessel of creation, and that give and take of feeling drained and feeling rejuvenated definitely finds balance with my close community.  I am so thankful for that balance.

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TFW You’re An Empty Cup

THE BACKSTORY: I’ve been writing more towards working on processing postpartum depression feels and my experiences, here we go digging deeper into my vulnerable self-healing and adjusting to motherhood over the next few comics…

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I Am The Forest, The Fire, The Witness Watching It.

THE BACKSTORY: It’s been surreal here in the PNW, I’m having conversations with my baby I would imagine reading in a dystopian scifi novel. This week’s comic’s title is inspired by Mitski’s song, “A Burning Hill.” We had family in town and were seriously thinking about our evacuation plans last week, sorry we missed our […]

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Our Queer Little Village: Part 2

THE BACKSTORY: This is such a long comic and we are publishing it online in 2 parts because it was made for a full page in The Portland Mercury! We were invited to be in The Portland Mercury’s Queer Illustrated by Kathleen and this is also why Matt did a special, lavender wash for this story. […]

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