So yesterday I couldn't sleep and twitterpated all over about the Safetypin box and the reactions to it. Notably that some dude bro who didn't know anything about the creators (Leslie Mac and Marissa Johnson) I collated those over on Medium for anyone who wants to peep that first. On paying black women for the work … Continue reading On the value of black women’s work
Just a note, if you send me a Facebook friend request and the following applies: a) We have no friends in common b) I don't interact with you regularly on other social media platforms c) I go to check out your page and it's all posts selling your book/game/what have you, I'm not accepting the … Continue reading Re: Sending me Facebook requests…
By the time this posts I'll be in San Jose, CA for GX3 aka GaymerX – December 11 – 13, 2015 Here's my GX3 schedule! I'll be speaking briefly about my role as Diversity Liaison & on why it's important to GX to be diverse during the opening ceremonies, Friday, December 11th, 10:00 am GX … Continue reading It’s @GaymerX go time!
So… I’ve had some time to ruminate on this ‘book‘… “Save the Pearls”. I put book in air quotes because this doesn’t deserve to be called a book. It’s a self serving, poor me, white people are OMG oppressed in this far flung, post apocalyptic, fictitious world so this is totally ok, AMIRITE?! oppression fantasy … Continue reading About “Save the Pearls”
The Microaggression by a bi-woman who had a former school mate assume she MUST have a crush on every woman she knows “Girl:: Oh hey, so you’re bisexual? Me:: Yeah. Girl:: Do you have a crush on me then? Me:: Oh hey, so you’re straight? Girl:: Yeah. Me:: Do you have a crush on every … Continue reading On respecting the boundaries of your bisexual friends – inspired by Neo’s post
In response to mainstream prides everywhere, including both the racism and sexism that pervades the larger gay community, Queer Women of Color and Friends (QWOC+ Boston) hosts OPTIONZ — in its fifth year — tonight, a highly anticipated annual pride party specifically created to provide a space for lesbian, gay,bisexual, transgender and queer women of … Continue reading Queer Women of Color Still Face Racism During Pride, Among Other Things (Repost from Spectra Speaks)
We Got Your Back Project is still alive and still seeking submissions! I had a chance to talk the project up at Gay Is the New Black? Event hosted by JF tonight. Hopefully this will generate some interest and new submissions. Can I ask a favor? Can anyone who comes across this post please signal … Continue reading WGYB Project is still alive, and we’re still taking your stories