About Rachel Parsons

Rachel Parsons

Rachel is a queer teacher, writer, organizer, healer, partner, friend, and mama, living in Chicago. Her writing, mostly essays and memoir, is fueled by her commitment to justice and her desire to understand what makes us fully human. Her work has appeared in multiple venues, including GuernicaYes! MagazinePigeon Pages, Schools: Studies in EducationOrganizing Upgrade, and the anthology Nasty Women and Bad Hombres: Historical Reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election. She loves living in big cities, is calmest near the water, and thrives when in community with other troublemakers and shapeshifters.



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June 29th, 2021 | by Rachel Parsons

I’m so tired, I say. When do I get to stop? When the baby comes, the doula said



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