Monthly Archives: November 2012
“Marriage sucked all the air out of the room”
If I had to guess, I would think that making comments that challenge Gays and Lesbians for daring to attend to their own needs wouldn’t endear Sharon Brackett, a Trans Woman and board chair for Gender Rights Maryland, to the Gays and Lesbians who finally gained some measure of equality after a decades-long struggle. Some […]
“A gentleman never asks, and a lady never tells”
Will Conant has ideas about how Men should treat Women. Tumblr noticed that Will Conant was pro-rape.
I Call It Like I See It
“Being a woman is not about spending thousands I agree, it is about conviction, courage and standing up to patriarchy and the glass ceiling. It is about finding Leda and the Swan disgusting and hating violations of womankind, or indeed mankind. But, transwomen have to work to attain what non trans women have from birth. […]
Transing The Dead
Recently I attended an event for NARAL Maryland where I ran into many friends of mine. I am not a huge fan of these types of events because I find it uncomfortable to dress up, but I expect most people are used to me showing up unkempt by now (and they have the decency not […]
Meet Marco Frullo Frullanti
Meet Marco Frullo Frullanti. MARCO THINKS IT’S FUNNY TO TALK ABOUT THE FACT THAT HE COULD BE A RAPIST
NEW BLOG: Male Violence
You cannot “fix” a “problem” you refuse to name. Although we have no hope that “we” can “fix” this “problem,” we will certainly “name” it. Male violence. Happy Thanksgiving! No, really.
That time when someone said something unintentionally ironic on Facebook
Interesting Discussions going on here about women’s space in connection with a now-ended event called Age Diversity and Gender Fluidity: A forum sponsored by the San Francisco Dyke March. Me being a hugely “transphobic” evil person, local dykes who live in fear of being ostracized by Gender Queers for having “an unpopular opinion” asked me to […]
Alan Leo Bounville Suggests Women Get Over Their Fear…of Rape!
Alan Leo Bounville is walking across the country for the gays and the trans folks. That’s nice. Recently, I enjoyed an exchange with him on Facebook where he minimizes women’s safety concerns and disregards the fact that Gender Identity legislation enshrines sex stereotypes into law. What a “hero.”
Back on Tumblr
Here. Prior Tumblr adventures here.
Meanwhile, in the rest of the world…
Today is World Toilet Day and pictured above is Lines Napolo from Malawi. She told WaterAid that she has to use a toilet outside where sometimes men stare at her. If you believe that no woman should have to face the Male Gaze while engaged in bodily functions, please share her photo and donate a […]