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Category Archives: LGBT/Queer Politics
Stuff I Love: Sweet and Rough, Sixteen Stories of Queer Smut by Sinclair Sexsmith, plus bonus giveaway of a copy of the book!
I love it when they start to dishevel. Makes me want to tangle her hair, pull at her dress, smear what’s left of her lipstick. I think Sinclair Sexsmith has entered my mind. This is exactly what I want a butch … Continue reading
Why All Bloggers Should Care About BookCon’s Lack of Diversity
Book Expo America (“BEA”) is the leading North American publishing event, bringing publishers, authors, distributors and readers together in one location, the force of which sets standards for the whole publishing industry. In an attempt to bring more readers to … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Essays, Featured, Feminism, LGBT/Queer Politics, My Writing Elsewhere, Politics, Racial Politics Tagged BlogHer, BookCon, books, diversity Leave a comment
National Coming Out Day a.k.a. I’ve Got Your Back
If you are a gay, bisexual, lesbian, trans*, queer, etc. person, I’m here to tell you, I’ve got your back. I’m ok with you having sex with whomever you (consensually and safely) want to have sex with. I’m here to … Continue reading
I Was Interviewed by DJ Paris, Listen Here
Listening to my voice talking on the radio feels like intellectual masturbation. I could get used to this. Which is a good thing, because I’m starting a Queerie Bradshaw podcast soon! I’ll give you all more information on that when … Continue reading
Posted in Alternative Families, BDSM/kink, Featured, Feminism, Headline, Interview, Interviews of Queerie Bradshaw, Legal Issues/ The Law, LGBT/Queer Politics, Other, Personal, Politics, Radio/Podcasts, The Podcast, Trans/Genderqueer/Gender Non-conformity Tagged Bloggers are Weird, podcast, Thoughts from Paris Leave a comment
Qliterature, a.k.a. A List of Must Read Queer Literature
I’m a bad literate queer. I haven’t read much queer literature at all. I asked Twitter for some recommendations and the list was so huge, I had to share it here. This is just another example of why you should … Continue reading
My Dad and Guy Kawasaki, a.k.a. The Importance of Talking About Feminism and Stereotyping
Right after the whole titcircle debacle, I was sent a link to an article on the Huffington Post written by Peg Fitzpatrick called “Words Have Power, Use Them Wisely.” Peg Fitzpatrick is the assistant to Guy Kawasaki, one of the … Continue reading
Posted in Alternative Families, Essays, Events, Featured, Feminism, Headline, LGBT/Queer Politics, Off Our Chests, Opinions, Personal, Politics Tagged Andrew, BlogHer, BlogHer13, cancer, Family, fat, fear, feature, featured, feminism, feminist, gay, grief, personal, personal story, relationships, sexism, shame 1 Comment
My Cleavage is a Big Deal, a.k.a. A Hate Blog Posted A Picture of My Boobs from BlogHer13 As an Example of Unprofessional Behavior
When I was a kid, I got in trouble quite frequently. I was highly outspoken, realizing early on that I didn’t have to listen to what others told me to do, that I could form my own thoughts and make … Continue reading
Posted in Body Positivity, Essays, Events, Featured, Feminism, Headline, LGBT/Queer Politics, Off Our Chests, Opinions, Personal, Politics, Rants Tagged body image, fat, fear, featured, feelings, feminist, personal, personal story, plus-size, queer, shame 48 Comments
Why LGBT/Queer People Should Care As Much About the Voting Rights Act As DOMA and Prop8
The Supreme Court struck down a crucial piece of the Voting Rights Act today and all (most of) the gays on the Internet are talking about is the possible affect of DOMA and Prop8 tomorrow. Yes, the right to marry … Continue reading
Posted in Alternative Families, Essays, Featured, Headline, Legal Issues/ The Law, LGBT/Queer Politics, Off Our Chests, Opinions, Politics, Racial Politics, Trans/Genderqueer/Gender Non-conformity Tagged DOMA, feature, featured, feelings, feminist, law, legal analysis, politics, Prop 8, queer, race, SCOTUS, Supreme Court, Voting Rights Act, VRA Leave a comment
I Still Have Shame About Sex and I Hate It
I hate that I still have shame about sex. When I was thirteen, I went to see The Truth About Cats & Dogs with my family at the newly renovated, state-of-the-art theater two towns over. The verdict afterwards was unanimous: … Continue reading
Posted in BDSM/kink, Confessions, Essays, Featured, Headline, LGBT/Queer Politics, Off Our Chests, Personal, Politics, Queerie Bradshaw, Sex Tagged advice, body image, fear, featured, feminism, gay, lesbian, queer, relationships, Sex, sex writing, shame 3 Comments