aTypical Joe: a gay New Yorker living in the rural South
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
You may have noticed I’ve been missing in action lately… Well, actually, I’ve been busy blogging at The Moderate Voice where I am grateful to have been welcomed as a regular contributor.
These are among the posts I’ve been most proud of while there:
Two on the NPR series on how parents are addressing their children’s gender-identity issues which aired last week, NPR: 2 families, 2 approaches to gender identity and most especially, On gender identity, amputee wannabes, & our contagious natures; McCain, abortion, Southern Baptists & the emergence of the Religious Right; Earth to Democrats: Black votes count!; Jeremiah Wright & Martin Luther King: “Tolerance” v. “Equality & Justice for all”; Fightin’ Words; Colbert & Stewart: One Formidable Opponent; Is mainstreet ready for gay PDA?
Unfortunately, I started blogging there just as the semester was winding down and work was heating up which means… the worst possible time! I was far too busy, had way too much to do to be able to keep everything going. Something had to give and, sadly, it was my own little blog.
As you may recall, I had been having troubles here. The fallout from the disastrous business relationship with E.Webscapes and Lisa Sabin-Wilson has left me in a quandary as to what to do about this site. It continues to have technical difficulties. I have closed down comments and have yet to settle on a long-term solution.
Meanwhile, there is no easy means to find my posts from among the others at TMV. And posting there is somewhat more time consuming than here on my own site. I’m trying to decide how best to address these issues and will let you know what I come up with shortly.