Author: Kaoru Negisa

Kaoru is a Florida boy, born and raised, and currently resides in Orlando, the City Beautiful where he is the proud owner of his own degree in English. When he is not volunteering with the LGBT community or participating in some political action, he is generally fencing, singing folk songs, or playing mandolin. Kinky bisexual atheist feminist geek, and probably a few other things as well. He also posts over at Reasonable Conversation about LGBT issues, politics, and atheism, and at Sequentially Yours about comic books.
Hello everybody! Today is one hell of a day for queer people. Of course, for part of it it shouldn’t have to be, but you take your victories where you can get them. Governor Jan Brewer Vetoes Gay Segregation Bill in Arizona – It’s good to see that she’s capable of doing the right things […]

AI: Conventions

In Afternoon Inqueery
On November 15, 2013
Skepticon is this weekend and I, unfortunately, will not be able to attend. In fact, I haven’t attended a skeptic convention yet. Are they even worth it? I know everyone gets excited about these things, but what can we learn from them? Or is it even about that? So, who’s going to Skepticon? Any panels […]
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