Monthly Archives: January 2012

Gay is Great (Not Just Tolerable)

How many more LGBTQ youth have to commit suicide before we realize that our collective response to this epidemic issue is an utter failure? I am sick to death of hearing graphic details of the deaths of LGBTQ teenagers in … Continue reading

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My feminist obsession with “Sister Wives”

A few months ago, my cousin’s baby mama, who I shall now call my sistercousin, told me that she was hooked on TLC’s reality TV show, Sister Wives. I was down to check out any show that peers into the … Continue reading

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Know How I Know You’re Gay?

It seems a week rarely passes without a story or a video like this one circulating through the news cycle. As someone who has spent the better part of the last decade studying teenage boys, I have seen much of … Continue reading

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Welcome to Social (in)Queery!

Have you ever wished there was a more publicly accessible queer social science? Well, now there is! Social (in)Queery is a collaborative project that seeks to expand the range of solid, empirically informed intellectual discourse on issues relevant to contemporary … Continue reading

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