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I think porn is kind of boring, frankly–it’s like watching monkeys type. Yeah they can do it and it LOOKS real, but you know it’s all a setup. – Kat Coble
Oddly enough, a Google news alert for “kate o’neill” brought me to this topic in the bisexual community over at LiveJournal. Turns out no one was talking about me — the “kate” came from “Kate Winslet” and the “o’neill” from “Chris O’Neill” — but in a way, they kind of were, in a strange coincidence. Read more about Haven’t thought about that in a while[…]
Over at Music City Bloggers, we’re debating choice and levels of wrongness, among other things. Meanwhile over at the Onion, they get it half-right — well, mostly wrong, but still funny. (That last one reminds me of a postcard I found one time that was captioned “San Francisco Parenting,” in which a parent was calling Read more about Half-wrong? Mostly right? Natural or unnatural? Who cares if it’s funny![…]
Is it already October 11th? Sheesh, the year flies by. Well, anyway, that means it’s time again for National Coming Out Day! I’m pretty swamped with work projects, though, so I’m going to cop out and link back to last year’s post, with a few quoted excerpts below: Step 1: Coming Out to Myself I Read more about National Coming Out Day, again[…]
Karsten: Oh! I guess I thought that was gay. Neighbor-friend: Like, homosexual gay?
According to the HRC, the theme of this year’s coming out day is “Talk About It.” They’ve got a “Sorry Everybody“-style collection of pictures of people posing with signs that say “Talk About It.” I’m bisexual. But I’m also too lazy to print out a sign, take a picture of myself, and upload it, so Read more about Oh, I almost forgot![…]
Ever since my dad started pressuring me to go to this past weekend’s family wedding in Baltimore — and the pressure started back in August — I’ve been meaning to dig out my saved copy of this email exchange and post it for you all to read and for me to re-read. Because it’s one of the things that makes me realize how much I’m going to miss my dad. I’ll post more about the wedding itself later.
Back in October 1998, I found a web site called Familypoint.com that was supposed to be a virtual meeting place for extended families. I set up a site for my family and mentioned it to my parents just before they attended a family wedding in Baltimore so they could spread the word about it to everyone. One of my cousins who is roughly my age found my personal web site through a series of links from the Familypoint.com site and was apparently shocked, shocked I tell you, to learn that I’m bi and poly.
Her father, my uncle, promptly sent me a nasty email about it. […]
At long last, I’ve started on an update and redesign for biallmeans.org. I’m not done or anything (not by far!), but I thought I’d give you all a sneak peek. If anyone wants to suggest any links to add while I’m updating, feel free. Updated much later to add: I eventually did let that domain Read more about biallmeans.org updates[…]
I just woke up from a dream in which I was coming out to my cat, Blackberry. Halfway through telling Blackberry I’m bi (“so that means I sleep with both men and women” — I dream of not-very-good definitions of bisexuality) he turned into my coworker who’s Indian (as in, from India). I think this Read more about Coming out to my cat[…]