Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Binary and Nonbinary Genders

While there is a binary consisting of zeros and ones, this is not the binary I am here to tell you about today (though there are parallels). This Terminology Tuesday I want to talk about the gender binary. The gender … Continue reading

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Tragedy at Pulse

This morning began, for me, like most mornings do. I looked at the clock to see if I either underslept or overslept. I unplugged my phone and checked to see if I had any urgent notifications, then moving to check … Continue reading

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“Finding Dory” and Media Representation

Due to a recent trailer, there is talk of the possibility of a lesbian couple in “Finding Dory.” This has gotten a lot of attention lately, and I wanted to take the time to discuss it as well because it is … Continue reading

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