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Category Archives: ButchLab
Butch Lab’s second Symposium is about Stereotypes and Misconceptions around butch identity. Ali Oh at Made of Words: Bottoms Up, Thumbs Up: Now apparently masculine-of-center people arenâ€™t supposed to be bottoms. In fact, one of Jaeâ€™s former girlfriends called her … Continue reading
Tuesday was a highly condensed bag of success and failure as far as my writing career goes. Â Good news first, I wrote an article on Genderqueer Identity for Butch Lab, Sinclair Sexsmith’s transmasculine community project. Â It was posted on Tuesday … Continue reading
Butch Lab Symposium #2, March 2011:Â Butch Stereotypes, Cliches, and Misconceptions: What do peopleÂ think â€œbutchâ€ means? What are the stereotypes around being butch? What do people assume is true about you [or the masculine of center folks in your life], but … Continue reading
I’m working on mine right now — yeah, I’m working right up against the deadline — and wanted to help get the word out to others who might want to participate. Â Here’s the topic: Symposium #2, March 2011:Â Butch Stereotypes, Cliches, … Continue reading
I’m proud and happy to be today’s mini-interview subject on ButchLab. Â ButchLab is a new site dedicated to exploring topics around butch and masculine-of-center identity. Â My interview joins a collection that includes friends and role-models, Â Joe LeBlanc andÂ S. Bear Bergman. … Continue reading
Not long ago, Sinclair Sexsmith started teasing us about a new Butch-oriented project she was working on. Â I kept watching my reader for more information but Sexsmith kept us all waiting until yesterday, when she announced ButchLab was online. What’s … Continue reading
Not long ago, Sinclair Sexsmith announced on Sugarbutch Chronicles that she was launching a new, as yet unnamed, project centering around masculine of center gender identities… from her mission statement: to promote a greater understanding of masculine of center gender … Continue reading