I’m planning to do a series of issues of the Bi Women Quarterly on intersectionality, with the first theme being “Intersection: Age.”
Here’s the official call for writing:
We don’t exist in a vacuum. Age is one of the intersections of identity that shapes how we experience our sexual orientations. Let’s have an intergenerational dialogue. Write a letter – or have a conversation with women (or a woman) significantly older or younger than you. What do you want them know about what it’s like to be you? What impact does your age hav
e on how you experience your sexual orientation? What words of wisdom or thoughts would you like to share? We want to hear from you.
I’m hoping you will consider submitting something. It can be quite short (even a a few sentences that I could include in a text box or a quote) or longer (up to 1500 words) and can take the form of poetry, prose or artwork.
Submissions are due by May 1st and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and submission guidelines are here. Please include a photo (if you’d like) and a 1-2 sentence bio that includes your age.
Please let me know if you intend to write.
My deep appreciation to all of you,