#205 I’m used to the women I¬†date being straight, but never¬†straightforward. ____________ #206 I’ll never forget our first meeting. You spoke to my very soul: Hoooooooooooooonk! ____________ #207 It’s redundant to say you’re gay and that you majored in Theater Tech. ____________ Plus, at AlterNet I tried to figure out […]

Haiku for Adulthood: Quickies

#144 It’s raining in S.F. — each drop’s hushed refrain sounds like the end of waiting. ________ #145 Bind my arms, love. What is inexhaustible requires no defense. ________ #146 Wish you were the woman sharing my bed, and not Eudora Welty. ________ #147 It’s your suspense that makes me […]

Haiku for Adulthood: Pour Me

I used to write a lot of quazi-academic-y blogs on MySpace (of all places). I deleted that account when it was decided that Facebook would reign supreme in social media, but I kept the blogs. I’ve been re-reading them lately and getting excited about books and sex and queer movies. […]

Sex, Violence, and the Eradication of Self

My BFF made a survey, like she does, of her life in 2009. It made me want to do a survey too, except it seemed like a lot of work, so I thought I’d do mine in pictures instead. 1. What did you do in 2009 that you’d never done […]

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