Last week, I wrote about coming out as asexual. But as I mentioned, that isn’t my entire story. The rest of the story is about one of the shortcomings of coming out. Coming out is an important tool for awareness raising and putting faces to marginalized identities. However, it is very hard to come out […]
Ser is asexual, on the aromantic spectrum, gender-questioning, and atheist. They recently graduated from the University of Montana with a BA in Environmental Studies with a focus on nature writing. They love to read, write, play ultimate frisbee, cook, hike, row and cross country ski.
Here’s the thing: as an asexual who reads romances I am very happy that this slim volume of short stories called The Heart of Aces exists. I first heard about it when it was in the idea stage and
Who among us doesn’t have a complicated relationship with the idea and the act of coming out? Though the term ‘coming out,’ particularly when associated with the idea of ‘the closet,’ make
Edited on 4/19/14. Hey, guys! We are reviving The Queerview Mirror, a review of something queer-related (movies, websites, tv shows, anything) brought to you by one of us Queereka folks every Friday. Enjoy! Caution: this post might contain spoilers for those who haven’t seen the recent Glee episode “Bash.” Let me start by admitting that […]
I recently watched a pair of YouTube videos in which a young man, MarkE Miller, asked people (one video girls, one video guys) on a college campus essentially if they thought he looked gay. Now, at
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