Tag Archives: gender binary

Cis is not a dirty word.

Originally posted on Some Assembly Required:
It’s not a secret that I spend a lot of time on tumblr.  It’s a fantastic site a majority of the time.  I have met so many people on there I consider dear friends…

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LGBTQ 101: A look at labels

I generally approach things in this space from a text-heavy, theoretical level. I shoot for advanced knowledge and understanding, because so much of what I end up doing in other spaces (including meatspace) is basic 101-level stuff. But I came … Continue reading

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This is a must-read, possibly the best explanation of the reasons for the push-and-pull of identity labels within the non-monosexual community, the reasons why bisexual is NOT a dirty anti-trans* word, and a call for unity. Wish I’d written it. … Continue reading

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What Should Be In A Word?

Hey, take a look on the Guest Poet’s page! Something (and someone) delightful awaits you there. Poet Mary Kasimor has been published in print and online journals, including Mad Hatter’s Review, Yew Journal, Big Bridge, Reconfigurations, Moria, Certain Circuits and … Continue reading

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