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This is a really good post responding to today’s New York Times article, “The Scientific Quest to Prove Bisexuality Exists” (We do. Next question.) Enjoy!

Here’s where I’m speaking in the next week: Illinois Wesleyan (Bloomington, IL)March 25, 2014 Georgetown University (Washington, DC)March 26, 2014 Boston Univ. School of Social Work (Boston, MA)March 27, 2014 Equality in Action Conference at Appalachian State UniversityMarch 28, 2014 – March 31, 2014… Continue Reading “”

Coming up in this Sunday’s NY Times: another article on bisexuality

Coming up in this Sunday’s NY Times: another article on bisexuality. This one is written by Benoit Denizet-Lewis, an intelligent and thoughtful reporter though (not the author’s choice or fault) I do wish they would lose the tired threesome imagery. Threesomes are fine, for… Continue Reading “Coming up in this Sunday’s NY Times: another article on bisexuality”

BI WOMEN QUARTERLY: Call for writing and artwork

Dearest Bi, Pan, Fluid, Queer, etc. women, CALL FOR WRITINGfor the Summer 2014 issue of the Bi Women Quarterly:“Intersection: Age.” 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… Continue Reading “BI WOMEN QUARTERLY: Call for writing and artwork”

Upcoming speaking engagements this week and next:(it’s a busy, busy time!) College of Baltimore County (Catonsville, MD)March 11, 2014 Lebanon Valley College (Annville, PA)March 12, 2014 Gustavus Adolphus (St. Peter, MN)March 13, 2014 St. Olaf College (Northfield, MN)March 14, 2014 Purchase College (Purchase, NY)March… Continue Reading “”

Hooray! A new issue of the Bi Women Quarterly! This issue’s theme: “Mental Health” Read it (and sign up for a free subscription if you’d like one) here: Please spread the word!

I, Too, Am Harvard

A photo campaign highlighting the faces and voices of black students at Harvard College. Our voices… My thanks to the producers of this video and these photos for providing some beautifully-crafted food for thought. We need to talk about race and about racism.  I,… Continue Reading “I, Too, Am Harvard”

Please read this, think about its message, pass it along to everyone possible, and then think about what we can do to change things.

As our 10th wedding anniversary (and the 10th anniversary of marriage equality in Massachusetts) approaches, I am reminded of this Washington Post article about our wedding:

If you don’t want to serve LGBT people — or Black people — or Latinos — or women — or Jewish people — or Muslims — or atheists — or  (you get the idea) in your place of business, then open or work at… Continue Reading “”