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Who are you? (Creative answers encouraged!)
Bisexual/Bigender male blogging toward an open range of identity embracing the bisexual, pansexual and ominsexual.
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I'm relatively new to the queer community, and I'm not entirely out. Still, I speak out on queer rights, as well as gender and class equality. I'm a writer, so much of my activism is through language that seeks to challenge and transform individuals and institutions.

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Feb 25, 2009
JD Ranger commented on JD Ranger's blog post 'Bi invisibility & biphobia on "Grey's Anatomy"'
""She is not a cardboard cutout stereotype"...That is what I was trying to put my finger on! Yeah, Grey's ain't no Will & Grace, that's for sure. It looks like tv might be starting to wake up. It always takes too long,…"
Feb 25, 2009
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Feb 23, 2009
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Bi invisibility & biphobia on "Grey's Anatomy"

Posted on February 23, 2009 at 5:00pm 1 Comment

Bi characters have thankfully been gaining a bit of visibility on television lately. On the latest episode of ABC's medical drama "Grey's Anatomy," a bi woman named Callie exchanges flirtation with Arizona, a woman who kissed her out of the blue in a previous episode. This female-female kiss was nothing new for "Grey's" as Callie only recently divorced her husband and then dated a woman for the first time in her life. Amidst the rest of the current network hits, "Grey's" is one of the most… Continue

Bisexual Theology

Posted on February 23, 2009 at 4:47pm 0 Comments

There has been much theological reflection by queer folks on our place in the churches today. While it is a very constructive endeavor for lgbt Christians to claim theological language, conversations I have witnessed usually lump bisexual people in with gays and lesbians, leaving the bi perspective out of the discussion, and effectively out of the church. That is to say, the bisexual experience is not honored as unique among sexualities, leaving out any perspective that we might bring to the… Continue

Biden & Palin on same sex benefits, marriage

Posted on October 3, 2008 at 12:30am 1 Comment



Here's a transcript of the conversation. Leave a comment with your reactions.

IFILL: The next round of — pardon me, the next round of questions starts with you, Sen. Biden. Do you support, as they do in Alaska, granting same-sex benefits to couples? BIDEN: Absolutely. Do I support granting same-sex benefits? Absolutely positively. Look, in an Obama-Biden administration, there will be absolutely no distinction from a constitutional standpoint or a legal…
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Another perspective on fence-sitting

Posted on October 2, 2008 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

In researching nineteenth century abolitionist movements, I found a story of an anti-slavery preacher receiving threats to be "ridden out of town on a rail." I had heard of this before but wasn't entirely certain what it meant. I thought of "riding the rail" which sounds like riding the railroad, but being "ridden" didn't seem to fit, and riding a train is hardly a threat. I found that riding the rail and being ridden out on a rail has a much less benign meaning. Wikipedia… Continue

The View from the Fence: Bisexuals, Ominsexuals, Pansexuals on the Range

Posted on September 29, 2008 at 12:06am 0 Comments

Defining bisexuality is not a simple endeavor. It involves more than sex, and in many cases, more than two genders. Many who do not fit within the monosexual mold of either straight or gay choose not to identify as bisexual. Those for whom the primary identifying factor is not sex have sometimes used the term bisensual, broadening the terminology to include emotional and romantic attraction. But this is not enough… Continue

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