Monthly Archives: June 2012

Maternity Mishap: June 28

Holy shit, it’s June 28, which means the year is more than half through and where in the hell is 2012 going and why the hell is it going there so quickly? Work is unbearably slow this week, making for a tortuous return to my 9-5 after a breezy and relaxing week on the beaches […]

Gay Double Standard is Gay

When my buddy Jane dropped by a couple weeks back to help guest blog 10 Reasons to be Gay about Being Gay, we had ourselves a gay old time, and reasons 2-10 are still on the horizon so more from Jane can be expected. Stay tuned. Meanwhile, I’ve started harassing other friends to swing by and chew […]

(Moaning?) Maternity Mishap: June 14

About a year ago I was ranting about women, namely celebrities quoted in gossip mags, who tell tales of peaceful, serene child labor. And even though Meredith has since sat me down to watch the birth of Mason Disick, as filmed on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” (which really was a weird, muted childbirth), I’m […]

7 questions I can never take back

Constantly referenced yet never before featured, the wife has finally popped by the blog for a visit. For those of you who actually know Meredith in real life, I imagine you clapping your hands and bouncing up and down in front of your computer screens. Or, at least, you should be. Last night I said […]

Maternity Mishaps: June 7 (a belated bonus)

So in case you don’t live by your appointment calendar, or I don’t know, fell into a pill and booze coma for two days (I don’t know your life), it’s not actually Thursday which means it’s not actually June 7. But, despite the late entry, I didn’t want to bypass this week’s Mishap entirely. And […]

Penneys aren’t loose change

I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to say about this, I just knew I wanted to say something. I tend to take this sort of backlash to social progression rather personally and not just because of the obvious reason (me = little lesbian). When I see conservative middle America speaking out against LGBT visibility […]