Author: Bip

Bip lives in Sydney, Australia, where she attempts to study how viruses work and hopes someone gives her a PhD for it. Apart from microscopic organisms, she also has a soft spot for animals, humans and robots. Bip was raised Muslim and female but is now skeptical of both.
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Quickies: 31/5/13

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On May 31, 2013
Hey everyone, today’s date is a palindrome! Just thought I’d mention that because I wanted to give you something to smile about before I sent you to read about this: Nigerian House of Representatives pass an anti-gay marriage bill, also outlawing gay advocacy groups. All that stands between it becoming part of the law is […]

Quickies: 18/05/2013

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On May 17, 2013

It’s International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT)! Here is a video by the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission on violence and discrimination faced by LBT indiv

Quickies: 05/04/2013

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On April 5, 2013

Some people think LGBTQIA is a little too many letters to have to deal with in queer circles. That leaves me surprised they managed to master the English alphabet. It also prompts a great response pie

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Quickies: 15/03/2013

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On March 15, 2013
New Zealand gets ever closer towards passing a bill for marriage equality. A friend of mine is organising the 2013 Trans and Womyn’s Action Camp in Florida in the first week of April and would greatly welcome your attendance and support. Wish I could be there, it sounds really amazing! If you or anyone you […]

Quickies 01/03/2013

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On March 1, 2013

U.S. House of Reps finally passes the Violence Against Women Act. Next stop, Obama! The first openly gay mayoral candidate in Mississippi was found dead this Wednesday, and is being investigated as a

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Quickies: 22/02/2013

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On February 22, 2013
Astronomer J. Rigby on extending reformations of family leave for PhD students to queer families. For Black History Month, here is a compilation of some great Black Queer Books, Plays and Films. An ethical guide to consuming things created by awful people, specifically Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game. Laura Bush asks to be omitted from […]

Quickies: 8/02/2013

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On February 8, 2013

The United Kingdom moves closer toward marriage equality with the House of Commons voting 400-175 in favour. More hoops have to be jumped before it becomes the law but it’s looking promising. He

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