Tag Archives: queer theory

More Thoughts On Labels, or, Sisyphus Unchained

Wow, what a start to the year. I’ve got a few things on my mind, and some of this may be familiar to people who follow me on FaceBook (in other words, I worked out a lot of this in … Continue reading

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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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Scriptive, or, There Is Trouble In The Forest

You can’t fight biphobia by erasing yourself. That’s what they want you to do. Trailhead There are a few different trails I want to explore today. Let’s walk, you and I, arm in arm, and not worry so much about … Continue reading

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Slicing Off The Margins, or, Twirlip of the Mists

Argument: When a marginalized population seeks to gain rights that have been denied them, the tactic of further marginalizing parts of their own population is appealing and seemingly effective in the short run, but it causes more problems than it … Continue reading

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What’s It All About, Alfie?

Howdy! I’ve been in a bit of a brief hiatus the last couple of months, not blogging much, so I’d like to start off with some notes about what’s been going on. If you’ve read Flotsam and Jetsam, then you … Continue reading

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Intraqueer Oppression

One of the ideals of, the reasons for coming out – an idea that I have repeated in other columns – is to reach out and become part of an open and welcoming community. The reason I keep stressing how … 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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