This week at The Pursuit of Harpyness marked the start of my second month of group blogging. Not sure if these weekly round-ups are of any use to y’all … feedback is welcome!
I don’t want to be redundant if anyone who cares is just following the Harpy blog. But I also don’t want to leave folks out who want to keep up with what I’m writing, but don’t necessarily want to follow a group blog. So please do let me know if you have strong feelings one way or another!
- Harpy reader Jess left a comment on my post from a few weeks back about sexual fluidity asking folks who identify as sex- or gender-exclusive in their sexual desires to talk a bit about what that feels like. I turned her question into a new post which generated a really interesting discussion in comments.
- On Wednesday, I posted a review of From the Closet to the Courtroom, a book on LGBT rights and the law. I’m planning on making Wednesday a regular book review day for the forseeable future, as I’ve been reading a number of books that I think will be of interest to the gender/sexuality crowd.
- And Thursday, I gave a signal boost to my friend Minerva who wrote an eloquent blog post about language and identity and how she understands sensuality in the context of her asexual identity.
The other Harpy writers were busy also, posting about separate sleeping arrangement for married couples (another really interesting comment thread) and the Republican’s attempt to legally narrow the definition of “rape” within the context of healthcare reform. Hop on over the The Pursuit of Harpyness and check out (or even become part of!) the conversations.