Category: 2009 Spring – Allies
The theme of this issue is “Allies.” Th is topic is very important to me. Thinking back to the “bad old days” when out bisexuals were even fewer than today, and we were subjected to relentless biphobia, having our identities,...Read More
By Amanda Morgan I only heard about Creating Change fairly recently. In the winter of ‘08, I heard...Read More
By Gina Siesing and her friend Jenn Gina’s Reflections: I was in Northampton, in the campus center at Smith College, hanging out with a good friend from the martial arts world and talking in a far-ranging way about feminist and...Read More
By Lindsay Maddox Pratt Working in gender-justice work, the subject of allies comes up frequently in my life. “How to be a good ally” is an ongoing conversation that I have with faculty and staff at the college where I work and...Read More
I’ve been waving a sign on street corners since H8 passed: “Black
Queers.” Responses have varied—from honks of support to looks of
disapproval from both blacks and whites. A black woman came up to me at a rally and asked me if I didn’t think the sign was offensive to blackpeople. I said, “It’s who I am, and people should know.”
By Kimberly Jorgensen, MA The annual convention of the American Psychological Association (APA) was held August 14-17 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. During this year’s convention the Society for the...Read More
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