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Pop Theory 23: Using People (as Things)

I’ve been feeling used more than usual lately, readers, have you? Rather than wallow in victimhood-feelings, I’d like to think about why humans use other humans—as things. ...

Pop Theory 21: On the Election: Binders, Binders Everywhere

[Editor's Note: Pop Theory 21 was first published at AfterEllen 23 October 2012.] ...

Pop Theory 20: Can the LGBT Movement Move Beyond Sexuality?

[Editor's Note: Pop Theory 20 was first published at AfterEllen on 21 Sept 2012. ...

Pop Theory 19: Was Fashion Ever Really About Real Women?

[Editor's Note: Pop Theory 19 was first published at AfterEllen 4 Sept 2012.] ...

Pop Theory 18: We Still Need Feminist Spaces

[Editor's Note: This piece first appeared at AfterEllen on 16 August 2012.] ...

Pop Theory 17: Demystifying "The Real L Word"

[Editor's Note: This piece was originally published 7 August 2012 at my favorite AfterEllen, when The ...

Pop Theory 16: The State/Space of "Butch" 2012

Last week’s column about the “cotton ceiling” theory and cis and trans gender relations made me t ...

Pop Theory 14: Immortality and the Risk of Love

 The confluence of seemingly unrelated events this past Saturday have urged me to think about how mortality — or, the impossibility of immortality — affects our ethics and specifically how w ...

Pop Theory 13: On Accountability

In the season finale of ...

Pop Theory 12: Have Lesbians Become the New "Peter Pan"?

"It’s time to step up," is what a friend said to me the other day. My silent response in my mind was, “Yes, it is”—but there are many ways to “step up” in regard to one’s behavior. ...
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