politics · Sexuality

I Don’t Have a Letter: Understanding Pansexuality

One of the hazards of being open about your sexuality and not being one of the nice, easily categorized queers is that you get some rather interesting questions sometimes. So I usually just say I’m bisexual. It’s a nice, simple, visible orientation. It even has a letter in the shortest form of the LGBT acronym.… Continue reading I Don’t Have a Letter: Understanding Pansexuality

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To build a wall for a thousand years

One of the reasons I love the Middle East – and basically anywhere that isn’t North America – it the incredible permanence of human structures that you notice while you’re there. There is something so stunning, so shocking, about the fact that a wall built over a thousand years ago still stands, the side of… Continue reading To build a wall for a thousand years