A Tamed Tiger Is Still a Tiger

tiger in shadow

  Maybe I should start at the very beginning. (Reliable sources–musicals, natch–suggest it’s a very good place to start.) From the word “go,” I have been obviously queer and trans, a strident tomboy who stared too long at beautiful women and played too rough with cute boys. Constant insistence that I …

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Wyatt’s Recipes for Wooing Rock Stars available for pre-order NOW!


Available April 20! Wyatt’s Recipes for Wooing Rock Stars By Clancy Nacht & Thursday Euclid From Dreamspinner Press Wyatt Parker has a good life—he owns his own construction company, his own house, and he eats home-cooked meals every day. But cooking for one while watching the foodie network is more …

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The Relationship Between Political Correctness, Censorship, and Inhibition


It comes up time and again these days… Has political correctness gone too far? Is censorship running rampant? Are we inhibiting meaningful contributions to society with PC run amok? We live in a consumerist culture. Each of us acts as citizen and consumer on a daily basis. What we consume …

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HAHBT 2015: How to be a better ally!


Today’s the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia, and I’m participating in the HAHABT Hop 2015. I’m going to be giving away a prize (yay!) as well as sharing my thoughts as someone who’s subject to both Biphobia and Transphobia. Then you can hop along to the next blog …

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How to Accept Your Ignorance Gracefully

hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil

You’re ignorant. I know, it hurts to hear. I’m ignorant too. I’m not talking about not knowing when to use their or there, though. I’m talking about intersections of power and privilege. Our ignorance of lives other than our own. Our soul-deep, fundamental self-absorption, the kind every human–yes, even my …

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