I’ve been a busy little sex geek this past little while… and posting sporadically as a result. This is just a quickie to round up a few fun tidbits, but I’ll be back on track soon. I think. (Anyone got cloning technology available? Drop me a line, por favor.) Monday night, my esteemed colleague Jacqueline … More plugs and promises
Fresh off the bus from Toronto, I welcomed ten women into my home this afternoon to enjoy the film Desert Hearts, based on the 1964 novel by Jane Rule, Desert of the Heart. It never fails to fascinate me to see the differences between a book and a movie, most particularly when it comes to … More the word and rule, or book 1, film 0
I’m in a rush so this will be a very short post indeed… but I just couldn’t resist sharing this link to a story about two high school kids who came up with a really awesome and effective way to combat homophobia in their high school. On that inspiring note, I wish you a lovely … More pink power
It’s very interesting, being in Toronto this week, and having spent a month travelling in the States and on the West Coast. I’m beginning to get a sense of just how different queer culture is in the “outside” compared to what it’s like in Montreal, and the big difference is language. I know, I know, anyone in the rest of the world … More the language of queer: always on the outside
Okay, so this is definitely a bit of a topic-hop from the last post, on 24/7 SM slavery. I never promised ya consistency. The other day I got a couple of “free hugs” via Facebook… and then my brother called me from Ottawa to say that someone had just given him a free hug on the street and … More the politics of “free”
And the reviewing madness continues. Next up in Peggy Kleinplatz and Charles Moser’s Sadomasochism: Powerful Pleasures is a study by Peter L. Dancer and the two book editors themselves, entitled simply “24/7 SM Slavery.” The most amazing thing about this article is not that it’s well-written, lucid and un-pathologizing, but that the study was carried out … More an exploration of 24/7: please, authors, may i have some more?
Okay, okay, probably not, or at least not any more so than every single member of any other group is likely to be a pervert. But it is an awfully nice thought. Anyway, this is going to be the shortest post in months (for real this time). I just thought I’d share a link that … More are all writers perverts?