Discussing Bisexuality - Queer/Feminist Theory Reading Group
DATE: June 23, 2013
LOCATION: In Other Words, 14 NE Killingsworth, Portland OR
For the Pride month, Queer/Feminist Theory Reading Group will be discussing bisexuality!
Below are the readings for this month. The first three come from online sources, and the latter two from academic sources.
The monosexual privilege checklist (read the clarification too)
Wherever we are
by HIBINO Makoto
Adjusting the borders: bisexual passing and queer theory
by Jessa Lingel
Seeing—and hearing—the body: reflecting on bisexuality and transgenderism
by Jonathan Alexander
See you at In Other Words!
New zine release at this weekend’s Women of Color Zine Symposium:
While I was lying on uncomfortable hospital bed this time (I get hospitalized several times a year), I was thinking about how I needed to set up a webcam in the room. As a very sick patient, I get stripped naked, put in a small gown, have monitors attached, either catheterized or forced to use a bedpan, and generally get manhandled by various professionals while I moan and groan from pain and illness. I bet there are people who would pay to watch that and to interact with me while I have nothing else to do.
Reed College students who invited Nick Kristof say he initially asked for $30k, reduced it to $10k because his dad is an alum, and only flies first class.
Dear sex worker “activist” who wants prostitution decriminalized for indoor workers only:
Compromise is when we all give up something so that each of us can get some other things we want. When you get everything you want and the rest of us don’t get anything, that’s not a compromise.
euwhoria: feeling of euphoria upon experiencing sex worker creativity, resilience, solidarity, and love at san francisco sex worker film & arts festival.