There were Sisters in sight everywhere in Los Angeles when I was younger. There was something there but I couldn’t finger on it–like you got a whiff of something familiar but you couldn’t name what the smell was. I moved Seattle 5 years ago out of the blue. I fell in love with Seattle instantly. Saw a couple of Sisters in Seattle, later on, 2003. Sister Dawnna, Sister Ivanna and Sister VixXxen were to name a few that stuck on my mind. I confided in a friend who later became Sister Rubba. He wanted to join. We joined together. Thanks to Sister Anja Knees for being my Sponsor Sister. Bless her heart, her aura constantly reminds me to be kind, and just be. Sister Titty and Sister Babylon’s love helped me with my challenge transition as I went on with my journey as a Novice. Sister Rubba was my big Sister as I near the end of my Novice period. As a fully professed Sister right after gay pride 08′, that was when I finally understood my calling.
I am born an activist from shares of violence (gay related), bigotry, and hate since I was a kid. Being a member of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, I can channel my beliefs, energy and promulgate universal joy around for as long as I can. I am a starving artist, and being a Sister is a perfect opportunity for me to give back to the community. I am responsible for my community. It is a privilege, an honor and opportunity to represent the order.