Pink was visually intimidating. She was big and mean looking. Her septum was pierced. She looked like a bull. She was wide and had a strong walk and a stance like a linebacker. She kept her hair buzz cut short. People would often mistake Pink for a man. Common perceptions of gender are limited to … Continue reading I had a lover, her name was Pink.
One of the best things about being a sexpert is that sometimes my childhood friends will ask me for sex advice. I dislike a lot of needy email but when people I care about trust me with their secrets I feel all warm and cozy, like I have done something useful with my life. Today … Continue reading Tips for Keeping Your Pussy Healthy
The Postmodern Intersection of Lesbian and Transgender Politics By Widow Centauri San Diego State University Department of Sociology INTRODUCTION TO THE PROBLEM There is little awareness in the mainstream regarding trans-issues. One of the major issues surrounding the lack of awareness is the issue of what to call transgender people. The problem is that we … Continue reading The Paper I’m Presenting at the PSA
I went out to pick up a pizza last night and ended up getting kicked out of the pizza place. When I called for delivery they explained to me that it would take almost two ours but I could pick it up in 20 minutes. I was fucking hungry so I said, “I’ll come get … Continue reading No Pizza, No Beer, No Politics
I have mentioned here before that I am in school. Lots of people have been asking how school is going and what my thesis is about so I thought I would write a little something for you to knawsh on. My thesis topic is gender variant neologisms (GVN). A neologism is a new word. The … Continue reading My Thesis — A Little Info For The Curious
With all the fighting for basic civil liberties that have been happening around the country I thought it high time to sit down and write about marriage. So I wrote an angry piece about gay marriage and then I opted to not publish it. I stashed it in a folder and though I could avoid … Continue reading Marriage and Family
The sweat drips down my skin It gets in my yes Sometimes I stick out my tongue and lick the sweat off my breasts, upside-down. The deep stretch The sensation of tightening muscles in my groin I have come in several of the Bikram poses -- camel, half locust, and eagle. I hope to be … Continue reading Bikram Buddy?
I went to Santa Barbara to speak about my research. I gave two presentations. Gender Variant Neologisms and SM 101. Neologisms are new words. The pictures show an adventure that took place on Sunday during SM 101. After the workshop I was asked to demo some of the toys and techniques I was discussing. As … Continue reading The LGBTQ Western Regional Conference
The privileged white male complex has never once impressed me. In fact anyone who thinks that they are better than other people makes me want to scream. I have a very low tolerance for bigots. Saturday I experienced discrimination that would have been much easier to take if it hadn’t been so two faced. I … Continue reading Paying For The Social Inadequacies Of Men
Easter night I went to the Faultline at something like 3 in the afternoon. I started out by drinking beer but when you have a seven foot tall transsexual dressed in a bright yellow dress with you in a club packed with hard bodies gay men you rapidly move to hard liquor. Gin and tonic, … Continue reading Okay, I Don’t Know How To Spell Vato or Chola — I’m White!