Author: Melanie Elyse Brewster

Melanie Elyse Brewster is an assistant professor of psychology and education in New York City who would describe herself as a new atheist and queer. Her research focuses on identity intersectionality and experiences of marginalization. Her book on "coming out" as atheist will be released next summer. Until then, for inappropriate jokes, feminist rants, and inane musings, you can follow her on twitter @melysebrewster

QUICKIES 9/27/2013

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On September 27, 2013
True Nonbeliever: Can Republican lobbyist Edwina Rogers help a group of left-leaning atheists reach across the aisle? NJ trans woman murdered. Media continues to misgender her.  Marissa Alexander, Woman Sentenced To 20 Years For Firing Warning Shot, Gets New Trial What does manhood mean in 2013? Famed Italian pasta maker Barilla: Gays can eat someone else’s […]
(Let me start by saying that the views in this article are mine alone, and shouldn’t be read as representative of Queereka’s) This article has been a half-baked labor of anger and love since Friday, when #fuckcispeople exploded across the internet. From this explosion came a set of conversations about transgender oppression, cisgender privilege, rights […]
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