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It’s Transgender Day of Remembrance. Today we remember those lost in the last year to transphobic violence. This is a repost from last year. I still mean it. I refuse to remember you next year. You will still be here. … Continue reading
On Actually Keeping Queer Queer: A Response to Cherie Moraga By Morgan Collada Cherríe Moraga’s essay, entitled “Still Loving in the (Still) War Years: On Keeping Queer Queer,” is a two-part essay that was first published in 2009. The first … Continue reading
I will not be at 14th and Broadway tonight at 6:00. I will be meeting other obligations in another fight that I genuinely believe makes the world a better place. I’m thinking of you all and I’m keeping my fingers … Continue reading
I’m a day late. I won’t make an excuse. Happy birthday to one of the people I admire most in the world. Thanks for all you have done for us.
It’s my birthday again. Since the last one, lots of nice things have happened. Some of those things have been big and some have been small. I’ll skip a specific inventory. Suffice to say that it has been a good … Continue reading
You may have noticed that I haven’t posted in a while. I’m back from my hiatus and will be as semi-regular as ever. So Adam Sandler told a stupid transphobic joke. Like the title says, no surprise. I don’t want … Continue reading
In San Francisco, it looks like the Lyon Martin Clinic may be closing due to financial troubles. This is a real loss and I don’t mean to make any less of that loss with what I am about to say … Continue reading
Tonight I will be watching a crappy comedy about xmas eve in a porn store and doing a white elephant gift exchange. Tomorrow will be the last day of this crap for those of us who hate it. If the … Continue reading
Today is Euphemism Sunday! Last week, I was lucky enough to find a lovely beaver, just waiting for me. Not cheap, but much less than I would have paid: Along with the article I wrote on the state of queer … Continue reading
I’ve read this post three times. I gotta give props where they are due. It’s nice to know there are people out there.