Monthly Archives: January 2013

Polynormativity

Today I read an excellent post by my favorite sexuality blogger quizzicalpussy.¬†She wrote about the brand-spanking new concept of “polynormativity” (apparently coined so recently that the ink hasn’t yet dried): the idea that poly people are “supposed to have” hierarchies … Continue reading

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Reaching Out; Wanting More (A Swirl of Ideas Today)

Lately, a lot of terrific people have been reaching out to me. Activists, friends, potential collaborators, other academics. A few weeks ago, a woman doing her masters degree in Quebec/Canada emailed me, telling me about her thesis work in french … Continue reading

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Writing Process Update

I haven’t posted in awhile. So much has happened. I’ve been busy and happy! A handful of weeks ago, my dissertation proposal was officially approved by my committee, during my oral defense. Since then, I have begun work on Chapter … Continue reading

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