My very talented friend, Amy Eisenberg, wrote this song and directed the video. It’s touching and gay so I think I am required to like it. Anyways, check it out and if you like it, let her know!
This isn’t necessarily a very queer post but lately I have experienced an onslaught of unwanted attention when walking down the street. Let’s just review my recent experiences: Cars honking at me Cars actually slowing down and yelling to me […]
I was recently in NYC on holidays, visiting with friends and family. One night I was out with a friend on the hunt for a cozy gay bar. We started in Brooklyn but there weren’t many people out so we […]
Once upon a time, I had a crazy roommate. If you knew me when I was living in Chicago for the first time (summer of 2003), you might have had the pleasure of meeting her. This tale has brought me […]
A friend recently sent me this clip about gendered marketing. It is hilarious but it also made me a bit sad that this is what the world has developed into. Oh, Lego, why did you have to change from a […]
A beautiful TED talk by Geena Rocero, “Why I Must Come Out”. This was making the rounds about a month ago but I thought it deserved to be put forward again. And… she’s smoking hot!
I was out this past weekend having a few pints and ended up talking to some people that I didn’t know. Surprisingly, one of them asked me if I was “straight”. I replied that I was a lesbian but then […]
It is time for the weekend and since I’m in a festive mood, I thought I would share some funny pictures with you. It’s me, looking miserable, wearing dresses at different points in my life. If you laugh, know that […]
GUEST POST by Pernille S. I wrote the following in the days just after we returned from Germany, where Becky had her operation. The idea was to be able to share my experience as the person following, and not being […]
I have started having a bigger problem with pronouns since my surgery. I guess it is because I finally represent myself physically as I have always felt mentally. This means that physically I present as genderqueer / androgynous and mentally […]