Monthly Archives: February 2012


Apocalypse We all want to hear the trumpets sound; We all want the dead to leave the ground; On the last day (With flesh uncorrupted); God’s on His way The Earth’s interrupted And all that was lost is now found. … Continue reading

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The Need For “Gal Pals”

Good lord, has it already been a month since I came out? Time flies when you are having either fun or an existential crisis, it would seem. I would describe the past month as being a combination of the two. … Continue reading

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The Vacuity of Modern Poetry

I have noted in the past that I strongly identified with the protagonist of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography. For those who have not read it, there’s a scene relatively early in the novel when Orlando offers some of his … Continue reading

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The Globe And Mail Sucks, Part 2: Sucking Harder

Yesterday, I mistakenly implied that the Globe and Mail would publish anything: today, I see that that is not in fact the case. You see, a few days ago, a campaign of widespread voter suppression was unmasked; it seems that … Continue reading

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The Globe and Mail: Where the ‘K’ Stands for “Quality”

So apparently it’s really easy to get articles published in The Globe and Mail these days. All that you need to do is write something– anything, really–about the neverending torment that is the Republican nomination contest. Take this, for example: … Continue reading

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No Time Travel For You!

It seems that scientists at OPERA may have finally managed to explain-away that superluminal neutrino: According to sources familiar with the experiment, the 60 nanoseconds discrepancy appears to come from a bad connection between a fiber optic cable that connects … Continue reading

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I Am Not An Agent of Your Revolution

When it comes to transphobia in feminism, the most common and obvious manifestation is the Janice Raymond-esque second-wave “wolf-in-sheep’s-clothing” level hatespeech. But then there are the feminists who, to their credit, notice the obvious fact that we transgenderists do not, … Continue reading

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