The privilege of white heterosexuals is something of a bubble, and Kara Post-Kennedy is about to burst.
Cooper S. Beckett’s legit(ish) glossary of all you ever wanted to know about Polyamory, Swinging, and much, much more…
If sex without love exists, why can’t love without sex exist? It does, and it can, asserts one man who identifies as asexual.
Maybe one day we will eventually dismantle the vertical line unencumbered by social taboos and cultural norms of gender.
Is technology really what it will take to make all genders equal?
James St. James challenges the notion that the term “cisgender” adds to divisions between people, and suggests the term can help encourage healing.
Mark Greene believes that unless the term cisgender is used with care, it can do as much damage as good.
Imagine this: Today is your first day at college.
Users asked. Facebook listened. They’ve added a customizable list of terms and pronouns for people to identify their gender.
Sam Killerman wrestles with the question of what to do when the people who you ally with throw sticks, and the people who hate them throw stones. Except those sticks and stones are words.
Michael Kimmel explains that if we want to help women achieve greater equality, we have to engage men.
To fully understand privilege we must break through its hard outer shell.
This is a comment by wellokaythen on the post “Are Husbands Really Assholes? Or Do Their Wives Just Think They Are?”
HeatherN follows up on some hotly debated aspects of her Queer Dictionary, and shares what she’s learned from commenters.
These are comments by jdlm11235 and Schala on the post “Spelling Queer with L, G, B, & T (and A, I, P…) Part 2”.