Posts Tagged ‘activism’

Why Lesbian Erotica is Valuable Activism

Why Lesbian Erotica is Valuable Activism

12/10/2013  |  2 Comments

I'm reading some erotica—along with Jen Cross, Carol Queen, Amy Butcher, Xan West, M'kali-Hashiki, Cheryl Dunye, BD Swain, & Jiz... more

BUTCH Voices Community Conversations in San Francisco & Boston

12/12/2012  |  No Comments

Community Conversation in San Francisco BUTCH Voices presents our first Community Conversations event happening on December 15th, co-sponsored by the Queer... more

Go See Decadent Acts in New York City

04/16/2010  |  No Comments

In honor of President Obama's newly announced policy on hospital visitation rights for gay and lesbian couples, I'm encouraging you... more

Following Up: What’s Next? Queer Activism in the South

04/09/2010  |  6 Comments

After hearing about the fake prom that Constance McMillen was sent to last week, I ranted a bit about what... more

So What’s Next?: McMillen’s Fake Prom

04/07/2010  |  14 Comments

While I was kind of slow to follow the story, mostly because I thought, okay, wrong-doing that has made national... more

Visions of Sexual Freedom

12/07/2009  |  10 Comments

Need a fabulous gift this holiday season? Don't know what to get your (least) favorite boss or your Grandma? Well!... more

World AIDS Day: Safer Sex, History, and Interconnectivity

12/01/2009  |  3 Comments

To be honest, I don't use Sugarbutch often enough as a platform (ahem soapbox) to preach about safer sex practices,... more

Scarleteen: Help Lift Sex Ed to a Higher Plane

11/17/2009  |  1 Comment

I've written about the sex education network Scarleteen before, calling for support and donations to help keep this invaluable resource... more

National Coming Out Day & Matthew Shepard

10/12/2009  |  2 Comments

October is my favorite month - I'm going to state it officially for the record. It's got some significant gay... more

Poll: What do you think about labels?

05/12/2009  |  37 Comments

You might want to vote in the poll before you read me yammer on about my own thoughts on labels... more