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Daisy In Cement: Before and After

As some of you may already know, I was recently published in an anthology by Transgress Press. Love Always is a collection of short works by the partners of trans folks about the challenges, triumphs, and romance of these relationships. This blog post is meant to shed light on why I originally wrote the piece, deciding to get…

Queer Liberalism, Multiculturalism, and Other Homonormative Garbage

As a LGBT person, it isn’t hard to understand what the draw towards liberal politics is. And I would say by far the vast majority of my LGBT friends would classify themselves as liberal given the choice between that and conservative. But what are the implications of such a vast adoption of liberal politics among…

The Laramie Project : A Reflection

In order to tell this story, to tell it correct, as Father Rodger would say I must rewind. I was first introduced to The Laramie Project in high school. I read this play before “coming out of the closet”, well before I ever even realized I was in the closet. I remember being struck by…

Book Review: Queer & Trans Artists of Color

Queer & Trans Artists of Color : Stories of Some of Our Lives Interviews by Nia King Co-edited by Jessica Glennon-Zukoff & Terra Mikalson I first was introduced to the work of Nia King by my queer studies professor,  Dr. Qwo-Li Driskill. Nia King is artist of many trades based in Oakland, California. She creates…

Intro to Queer Studies Zine

Per a wonderful friends advice I have scanned my Queer Studies zine into a pdf (thank you Andy!) Q: Who is this zine for? A: all the cool kids who think queer studies is the bees knees Q: What the hell is Queer Studies????? A: Well lucky you, answering that question is what the zine…