Here begins part two of my series on bisexuality, where I talk about hetero-leaning bisexuals (hence known as HelB, as opposed to the homo-leaning HoLB) or what many lesbians refers to as straightbians, pretendians, LUGs, etc. Much has been made in certain corners of the lesbian community about hetero-leaning bisexuals, how they use lesbians for… More A Behavioral Theory of Bisexuality Part Two: The Allied Powers and the Axis of Evil in the War on Women
For years now, the gay rights movement has been the LGBT movement, and it is the B in that acronym that I want to explore. Much has been said, largely negative or skeptical, about the presence of bisexuals and bisexuality in gay/lesbian politics. The criticisms usually center around the following themes: Is bisexuality real? Is… More A Behavioral Theory of Bisexuality Part One: Introduction
Hi, guys! I’m posting an open thread for you to post anything you want, or to ask me questions. Say or ask anything you like. No holds barred, don’t worry about being offensive. Thank you, and look forward to hearing from you!
Hopefully I have some fans who are Harry Potter fans. That will make the title make some sense.😉 For those not in the know, the Invisibility Cloak in Harry Potter is a cloak Harry receives for Christmas. As you can probably guess, it grants the wearer Invisibility so he can carry out his adventures in… More Feminists in Faith: My First Invisibility Cloak
A book was published in the seventies called “Fat is a Feminist Issue” by Susie Orbach. And to this day, it remains a feminist issue, perhaps more so than ever. Women have always been under pressure to appear youthful, if not prepubescent, to appeal to men, to not indulge in food or anything else. It… More Fat is still a feminist issue
The essential purpose of language is to reach people, to describe, and to clarify. Otherwise, why have language? Why have words, signs, and characters that denote sounds, words, and concepts? Why be so cautious of tone, of body language, and context if language isn’t intended to do these things? This, in a nutshell, is my… More Euphemisms as Anti-Language
A few years ago, I had a conversation that I will never forget, and I don’t mean that in a good way. Originally, the topic was about giving unsolicited fashion advice, and someone mentioned that they did not approve of certain fashions on young children because they attract unwanted sexual attention from pedophiles. To me,… More Peak Libfem: How to Slut Shame a Kindergartener