Quickies: 01/05/12

Yet another anti-bullying bill provides a loophole for religious excuses, this time in Tennessee.

Rick Santorum wants to make the procedure that saved his wife’s life illegal.

Michael Warner, a professor of English at Yale, questions whether we’ve reached the end of queer theory in “Queer and Then?”.

Kristin Wolfe tells a heart-warming story of a big brother sticking up for his younger brother’s right to express himself at Up and Down We Go.

Featured image is from the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Queer and Then?” article.

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Kendra Albert is a skeptical, bisexual woman living in Cambridge, Mass. When she's not writing for Queereka, she researches the Internet, plays video games, and cooks delicious things.

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