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transjewry:

My Jewish trans #bisexuality looks intersectional

Tonight is still Rosh Hashanah, the second day is tomorrow, and I returned to my home with my family from Tashlich with an inbox full of email about a debate that seems to happen every year. This year I joined the bi community and posted a selfie with my Giants hat, my Bisexual Pride shirt, the one with the pink, blue, and purple triangles, and shared the shot for the “My #bisexuality looks like… hashtag to go along with Bisexual Awareness Week.
What I found surprising, from reading recent articles, is that some still think that bisexuality doesn’t look like me, and by that I mean… well trans. It really is astonishing that there are still people who confuse binary and bisexual. You would think that there were enough identity police knocking on our doors from outside the community, but we have a few within the larger LGBTIQQA acronym.

Read the rest of this great reflection piece about the intersectionality of identity of being Jewish, bisexual, and trans, by following the link.

transjewry:

My Jewish trans #bisexuality looks intersectional

Tonight is still Rosh Hashanah, the second day is tomorrow, and I returned to my home with my family from Tashlich with an inbox full of email about a debate that seems to happen every year. This year I joined the bi community and posted a selfie with my Giants hat, my Bisexual Pride shirt, the one with the pink, blue, and purple triangles, and shared the shot for the “My #bisexuality looks like… hashtag to go along with Bisexual Awareness Week.

What I found surprising, from reading recent articles, is that some still think that bisexuality doesn’t look like me, and by that I mean… well trans. It really is astonishing that there are still people who confuse binary and bisexual. You would think that there were enough identity police knocking on our doors from outside the community, but we have a few within the larger LGBTIQQA acronym.

Read the rest of this great reflection piece about the intersectionality of identity of being Jewish, bisexual, and trans, by following the link.

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insidegothamacademy:

Your Preview of Gotham Academy #1 out TOMORROW

The first issue of Gotham Academy hits the stands and screens tomorrow. If you heard the 3 Chicks Podcast review and interview with Becky Cloonan, you know I love the book. If you haven’t done so, I’d call my shop and ask them to hold a copy if you’re a floppy reader.

I honestly believe this book could, along with Ms. Marvel, be the change agent for comics.

Tomorrow: classes are in session!!