Author: cheyenne

Former professor of argument and rhetoric, current sex worker, performance artist, and novelist. I enjoy queering up the fantasy genre, learning and growing fitter, and exploring topics like language and epistemology.
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Sex and Ghosts

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In Gender , Health / Medicine , Science
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On June 30, 2012
Much more will appear in this space about the issues raised in my last piece, ways trans folks can make greater strides in care for ourselves and community, but this random and interesting science story gripped my imagination hard just a few minutes ago and won’t let go. It’s got everything! Deep and powerful urges […]
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Queer History: June Part Two

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In History
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On June 16, 2012
This installment starts our look back with a peek into just last year. Seriously, check out that interview and book if you’d like a great big slice of what real queer American history looks like beyond a few nibbles of names and dates. But we won’t skip on the names and dates either. Though a long […]
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Queer History: May Part 2

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In History
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On May 19, 2012
More adventures in the way back machine, readers, with a few gems from queer history. This post appears on the very day, back in 1897, that Oscar Wilde was released from prison, a few short years before his death in exile in France. The years of hard labor for “gross indecency” with other men led […]
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