Monday, August 13, 2012

Give Me A Reason To Be A Woman

I bring you now, the long awaited continuation of my twelve part series! [Cue fanfare]

People often ask me how my queer identity is going to affect my children. What will I tell them? How will I explain my past? What will they think about having a queer-identified mother?

Friday, August 10, 2012

My Courage Conference Talk

Some people wanted to know if my Courage conference talk would be available for those who did not attend. It's now on-line here:

Thursday, August 2, 2012

My Chemical Romance Part II

Irritatingly, blogger has once again upgraded its services for my convenience in such a way that it is not especially compatible with my system. In this case, I can no longer comment or reply to comments on my own blog.

I did, however, want to address the issues that were raised by Dan and Theresa on my previous post. Dan asked:

You speak about overcoming your natural reactions. This infers that you discovered that this reaction was either not good or not natural (some people may make a distinction between good and natural). I think that this is an important premise that others may not not have. What if they don't think that their reaction is un-natural or bad at all, but is just the way they are, and they see no need to change it.