I'm glad you told me about this (the new address, that is). I just wish I hadn't (1) gone back to the old one to see what had happened, and then (2) clicked on the links there because I'm so used to clicking on links I've stopped reading them first.Not good. Not. Good. Not good.
The old one's still there, eh? That's weird. I don't know why blogger doesn't kill it.
Oh my god, it's er, porn.
I am so glad you told me about this because I, too, visited your old blog and didn't much pay attention until, wham!, porn!!!!
Oh, Naughty Allie....And Charles, you NEVER post about facial abuse.
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You said on another blog:(Straight) Men have no idea the world is actually complicated.I just wanted to come by and call you a bigot.
That's cool, I can dish it out and take it.To be fair, I'll revise: Some straight men are privileged, are not raised to question this privilege, and live their lives without ever feeling the need to compromise or otherwise sacrifice their needs/wants. Naturally, all of this is complicated by race, economic class, immigration status, etc.
damned heteros.charles-can it all be complicated by individual psychology and experience as well?please say that we aren't all trapped within the sum potentiality of our socioeconomic/historic/genetic parts.
Good point, A. D.
As a straight woman, can I say that yes, straight men have privilege and (often) do not recognize that, but yeah, they have to compromise too and maybe have to sacrifice their needs/want.It's not all so (straight)forward.-Diane (feeling old and wise)
Damned heterosexuals? And i'm the innappropriate one?