Weekly Reader: July 2007

Queer Weekend Reader

Filed by Alex Blaze | July 29, 2007 | 4:17 PM | comments

Helen Boyd and Julia Serano sit down with Curve magazine: We grow up with a profound, persistent, subconscious understanding that we should be female. Like women in general, some of us are feminine, some masculine, some a little of both....Read More

Midweek roundup

Filed by Bil Browning | July 25, 2007 | 5:35 PM | comments

[ASIDE:] Covering the "gay" news beat has never been my thing; I'm just not that good at pumping out blog posts about each news story that comes out. Certain things fall through the cracks, and I'm more likely to give...Read More

Queer weekend reader

Filed by Alex Blaze | July 22, 2007 | 8:00 AM | comments

Fannie explains why straights have to divide and label queer sexuality: Queer people, for some reason, have to “prove” their sexuality through empirical evidence. We are asked to divulge our entire sexual histories, fantasies, dreams, aspirations, experiences in order to...Read More

Midweek roundup

Filed by Bil Browning | July 19, 2007 | 5:35 PM | comments

Those darn fundies! What's happening to good old fashioned conservative morality? First there's Vitter and his prostitutes, then the Florida state senator offers a cop $20 and a blowjob, and now here comes former NC legislator Coy Privette - busted...Read More

Mid-week roundup

Filed by Bil Browning | July 11, 2007 | 11:47 PM | comments

Our mid-week roundup has lots of items that you may have missed in your trip around the web this week. Be sure you check them out - they'll keep you busy till regular posting resumes tomorrow morning... The hate crimes...Read More

Weekend queer reader

Filed by Alex Blaze | July 07, 2007 | 12:50 PM | comments

Joanne Herman provides historical context for transphobic ideology: Raymond based her book on what was known about transsexualism at the time, which was not much. Empire gave the appearance of providing well-researched insights into a much-unknown population. Her book became...Read More