Tag Archives: identity politics

So it seems there’s been another kerfuffle in the blogosphere. A Facebook post, which was taken down before I could read it, prompted a broad and complicated discussion about issues ranging from the objectification of gay men to the behaviours … Continue reading

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Earlier this week I read a blog post about content warnings, and what the author refers to as the Content Police, and I saw some agreement with its arguments in the comments  (although obviously that’s something of a self-selecting sample.) … Continue reading

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I was originally going to open this post with the self-consciously provocative line “I’m going to let you in on a secret: I don’t write reviews” but, unfortunately, it’s literally true right now because I no longer have my old … Continue reading

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This post was written for Read a Romance Month, and will link from Suzanne Brockmann’s wonderful piece going live on the 26th August. LGBT Romance Matters A while ago, I was watching an episode of The Mentalist with my partner. … Continue reading

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