Category: 2011 Winter – Intersections
Dear Reader, The theme of this issue is “Intersections.” Readers were invited to discuss intersectionality—how our various identities (race, age, gender, class, cultural background, etc.) affect one another and shape our varied...Read More
Interview by Robyn Ochs I met Elena in August at the International Conference on Bisexuality. In...Read More
GUESS WHO ELSE WAS BISEXUAL? Shakespeare that’s who but he shouldn’t have gonearound flaunting it with those poems we don’t havetime to figure out all those pronouns so OK men had to play women at the Globe the real ones were...Read More
By Sara Volumnia Fox At a table in a crowded restaurant in downtown Toronto one cool Autumnal day, my friend and I were discussing the time of our lives during which I had decided to cut off all contact with him. The reason for...Read More
Reviewed by Lisa Keele Border Sexualities, Border Families in Schools is a timely publication,...Read More
By Jan Steckel When I help a woman on with her jacket,My sexuality grabs my gender identityand waltzes it around the room. I’m a woman, but there’s a man in me.He’s a bit of a fop, sort of a pansy.He might be a fag. Why...Read More
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