‘Walking away from my family’: Inside the life of the ‘Wandering Bastard’ author
Posted On August 4, 2021
The title of this story was changed from “Walking Away from my Family” to “The Wandering Bastard.”
I was able to obtain a copy of the book and was able find out that the author, Alexandra’s husband, is a white supremacist and that she has been married to him for almost three years.
When I spoke with the author on the phone she told me that she didn’t write the book because of “a lot of things” that she had to do.
The book was a book of memoirs and interviews that she wrote about her life as a white person, she said.
“I’ve had my kids with me all my life, and I wanted to tell my story,” she said, “so this book is my attempt to tell the story of a white woman’s journey into adulthood.”
The title of the memoir was changed to “Wandering” because it felt too personal.
She told me, “My name is Alexandra and I’m a white American, a member of the LGBT community, a feminist and a mother.
I wrote it for myself and for my family.”
She said she has always been an advocate for her community.
A recent article in the Huffington Post about how the author’s life changed after she came out in 2011 made it seem like she was suddenly the “woman” she had always been.
But she told The Washington Times that she never considered herself a “woman,” only a woman with an “Aryan heritage.”
“I’m an Aryan.
I’m from a family of Aryan Jews,” she told the Times.
Alexandra is the author of four books: “The Walking Bastard,” “The Woman Who Lived, the Woman Who Couldn’t, and the Woman That Would Be,” “Waging War Against the State” and “The White Lady.”
“The Walking Serial Killer” was published in 2013 and the book was followed by the “Witching Bones” in 2017.
In 2018, she wrote a memoir called “Witchcraft: A Woman’s Life of the Wild.”
Alexandre told The Times that her husband, James, is white nationalist.
James is also a white nationalist, according to a statement from James’s lawyer, and James is known to have attended the Charlottesville rally in August 2017, when white nationalists and Antifa protesters clashed.
On July 20, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling that overturned the convictions of five people in the killing of Heather Heyer, the woman who was killed after she was attacked with a car in a Virginia park.
While some have called James a racist, Alexandra said she did not consider him to be one.
“I didn’t even know he was a racist,” Alexandra said.
“I thought he was just someone who would be nice to talk to.
I think people need to know who these people are.”
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) told The Associated Press that they were disappointed in the decision.
“[The ruling] sends the wrong message to people who are fighting for freedom of speech and freedom of religion in our society,” said David Cole, executive director of the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project.
“We will not stand for anyone who denies the humanity of others because of who they are or what they look like.”
Despite the ruling, Alexandra told The Daily Beast that she believes James is a racist.
According to Alexandra, James has said that his family members are members of a Ku Klux Klan group and that he supports Donald Trump.
Her husband James told The New York Times that he has not seen her husband since she left the book.
At a press conference, the author said she would not be commenting on the court decision.
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