This was Dana’s first Olivia cruise too, though she’d been doing work for a little while whilst the company’s content strategist. The employees believed that since she and I also had similar backgrounds, it might sound right for Dana to simply take me personally under her wing this journey. She’s a pink-haired ball of zany power who, as soon as we turned up in the dock in San Juan, made me feel I belonged like I was where. And now we had plenty to fairly share, since she’s an LGBT news individual too — the managing editor of Bella Media, a ClexaCon moderator, lesbian relationship writer, and a veteran editor and composer of the website AfterEllen, from when it once was good (nowadays it is an anti-trans stack of trash).
Once we boarded, Dana introduced us to the adorable boomer-millennial set in control of Olivia’s Solos Program, which suits women (solitary or partnered) who choose to continue trips alone. Continue reading “Fortunately, however, we had Dana.”