Meagon Nolasco

Meagon Nolasco is a practicing Buddhist, mental health professional and activist and a writer by accident.  She is an avid  human rights activist, and enjoys nothing more than fighting for those who need a louder voice. She is part of the LGBTQ+ community and many of her writings stem from personal life realizations and past experiences, and feature a touch of bad humor and good puns. Music is another passion and you can catch her playing local open mics as well as small gatherings. She is also a California transplant living and loving her new home of upstate New York. If you enjoy what you read, give her a visit at her blog. You can also visit Meagon on Facebook or Twitter.

Latest from Meagon Nolasco

July 5, 2020

3 Ways Ben & Jerry’s Explains Systemic Racism.

July 2, 2020

Opinion: “There is no room in Mental Health for the Police.”

July 1, 2020

I Still Miss Meth (& Other Confessions of an Addict).

June 24, 2020

My Expression of Pride is All Mine.

June 23, 2020 Editor's Pick

A Message to the Therapist who said she’d “Fix Me.”

June 19, 2020

Remember the Pandemic? A Poem.

June 14, 2020 Editor's Pick

I am Insecure & Imperfect (but I am F*cking Worthy).

June 4, 2020

“I will Never Watch them Kill You”—a Letter from a White Lesbian.