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First Fliponymous Podcast! “Biphobia Old and New, or, An Angry Bisexual With a Webcam”!

I’ve turned the preceding post into a video. If people like it, I’ll do more, if people hate it, I’ll do less. Let me know how you feel about this format as an addition to the printed word, and if … Continue reading

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Old Biphobia and New, or An Angry Bisexual With A Keyboard

There were two things that happened this week that, while not causally linked, illustrate several of the problems biphobia presents not only for us bi folks, but for the entire LGBT community. The first was the reprinting of a Savage … Continue reading

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Unbridled Commercialism

Now available at Amazon.com — a collection of articles drawn primarily from this blog, but including material from a couple other platforms and a couple previously unpublished pieces. This ebook is economically priced ($5.99 USD) and available now. Queerer Theory: … Continue reading

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The Borg and The Queer

[On language: in order to keep the rating of this page as inclusive as possible, I have made a couple of clearly marked substitutions of words considered “adult” in some of the material quoted herein. I do not find the … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Marriage, by Victoria Adams

This is a special guest post giving a Christian perspective on marriage equality from my friend Victoria Adams at Victoria’s Reading Alcove. Victoria is an accountant and financial analyst by profession. Over the years she has been involved in pottery, … Continue reading

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Guest Post at the Sweatervest Chronicles

http://www.thesweatervest.com/2012/09/42-days-patrick-richardsfink.html In which I lay out a couple of reasons to vote No to the proposed marriage amendment here in MN.

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