AI: The Delight of Learning

AI: The Delight of Learning

You know that moment when you learn something new, or a new concept clicks into place and you really understand it? I LOVE that moment. It’s simply delightful to me when I learn and understand something new like that.

When was the last time you were delighted by new knowledge? What did you learn?

Benny bounces back and forth between Madison Wisconsin and Chicago Illinois, staying in one place only long enough to take a physics class or engage in a battle of wits with the unarmed. He has, at age 30, finally decided what he wants to be if he grows up, and is attempting to study science during the week while teaching classes on alternative sexuality and gender issues on the weekends. Benny is a queer polyamorous transman, curious skeptic, and enthusiastic seeker of knowledge.


  1. Last night.

    I was reading this fantastic article by David Valentine called “Sue E. Generis: Toward a Theory of Non-Transexuality” published in the Spring 2012 issue of Feminist Studies. Valentine problematizes the notion of “choice” in SRS as something that naturalizes non-transexuality because to not undergo SRS is assumed natural/normal and not a “choice” that people make. It’s a fascinating and thought-provoking article, and I was certainly delighted as I read it and learned about a radically different way to think about bodies and gender.

  2. a couple weeks ago, when i could make an acceptable phonetic transcription all by myself

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