WaMo has an article about Rumsfield & Katrina that won’t surprise anyone who was paying attention. What it does, however, is point up exactly how much of a f***head he was. After the president had returned to the White House,… Continue Reading
NY residents: Sign up for the STATEWIDE CALL-IN DAY FOR TRANSGENDER EQUALITY: We need your help pass the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA), a bill that would make it illegal in New York State to fire someone, evict them, or… Continue Reading
Saturday’s edition of the French language newspaper Le Provence headline: Transsexuality will no longer be classified mental illness in France and the article explains why France has now become the first country to depathologize transsexualism. English translation is now online.… Continue Reading
It’s the International Day Against Homophobia, a campaign that tries to enlighten people to the fact that LGBT people are not just white or Western and that in fact, there are LGBT people of every race, color, and creed.
Fivethirtyeight.com has done a breakdown of the possible same sex marriage vote for the NY Senate. Basically, there are probably 20 definites, & then a bunch of solid Nos, & then a bunch of undecideds. If your rep is on… Continue Reading
When you come home & you get to see this first thing, life just seems a little less sucky.
In case you missed it.
Welcome to any listeners from Air America who are popping over here after my interview on Nicole Sandler’s show. Here’s a link to the article by Jenny Boylan from the NYT. I’d like to reiterate that the trans community, for… Continue Reading
The article itself is kind of teh suck, but the comments are interesting. A young boy who acts in a feminine way isn’t a faggot; he’s a sissy. Still, it’s interesting to see a conversation about male genders from another… Continue Reading
I’ll be on Air America Live tomorrow, 12:15 PM EST, talking about my unusual marriage, & yes, there is a live feed. (Thanks to Jenny Boylan for the opportunity!)
Well then. Honestly, what do you say? My parents and my siblings must feel *really* old today, since I’m the youngest of the family. But as my dad always said, it’s not like the only other option is any good,… Continue Reading
While I was in Milwaukee, I did an interview for a local paper and entirely forgot to mention it. It’s a little more recent then a million others I’ve done, so it might answer some questions about what the hell… Continue Reading
It’s damned pathetic that same sex marriage isn’t a done deal in NYS yet, but senators are still waffling? Get with the program, folks. You’re on the wrong side of history. (via Queerty)
I liked it.
Nice interview with a genderqueer mom on Bilerico today.
A very happy mother’s day to all the mothers out there – male, female, or otherwise. & To our own two, of course. As May babies, we have always shared the week with our moms, and sometimes even the day… Continue Reading
In a few days, we’ll turn 40. People have asked if there’s anything in particular we want, which is sweet. So here’s the list: Betty needs a job, or more clients. You can always make a donation to help us… Continue Reading
When we were in Milwaukee, we were interviewed for a documentary called Making the Cut. I’m told Julia Serano was, too, when she was there recently as well. The film is being made by a young woman who is trying… Continue Reading