The State Won’t Save Us: Dis-eased Imaginations and Traumatized Hope

Here in the throes of Fogust, but it’s been quite foggy all summer (thank goodness!) The pink triangle on Twin Peaks for Gay Freedom was lit up by LED lights for the first time this year.

It seems like a year has gone by since I last blogged in May. (I spent a […]

The Virus of Delegitimation

During the May 1 Cancel Rent car caravan, I of course had to attend by bicycle… with my banner! (Photo by Brooke Anderson)

While I may be sick of wall-to-wall coronavirus in the media, and we’re all a bit stir-crazy with the physical distancing and staying home, I’m NOT sick of this luminous, […]

Nature’s General Strike

We are all flooded with countless articles and essays to read these days about the Covid-19. I start to write this somewhat reluctantly, because what really can I say that is so different than the millions of words already coursing through the internet? But I’m a blogger, albeit a pretty infrequent one, and […]