Tag Archive for MGRSI

Can we really have it both ways?

This is something I’ve been thinking a lot about over the past several years: how people could or should be educated regarding experiences they don’t understand. My first personal experiences with started in the early 1990s when I found that monosexuals (hetero- and homosexual persons alike) had questions about bisexuality, often conflating it with polyamory. […]

Can we really have it both ways?

This is something I’ve been thinking a lot about over the past several years: how people could or should be educated regarding experiences they don’t understand. My first personal experiences with started in the early 1990s when I found that monosexuals (hetero- and homosexual persons alike) had questions about bisexuality, often conflating it with polyamory. […]

Can we really have it both ways?

This is something I’ve been thinking a lot about over the past several years: how people could or should be educated regarding experiences they don’t understand. My first personal experiences with started in the early 1990s when I found that monosexuals (hetero- and homosexual persons alike) had questions about bisexuality, often conflating it with polyamory. […]

Rage: A Meditation

Murder, specifically of another trans woman of color. The SCOTUS ruling that the religious freedoms of some citizens are more important than the freedoms of other citizens, specifically in the employer-employee power dynamic. “Friends” agreeing with the SCOTUS. News that other employers are starting to demand that they be exempt from hiring marginalized gender, romantic, […]