Is the Department of Justice asking the SCOTUS to rule against DOMA?
How does the cultural discourse around menstruation reify the gender binary? And how do we change it for the better?
This thoughtful and hilarious piece at The Guardian almost made me want to see Magic Mike (but not quite).
Over at Racialicious, Latoya Peterson and reader Denarii reflect on sexuality and identity labels.
The repeal of DADT has not led to the flight of the military chaplains many antis predicted would follow.
Jason Orne asks why queer folks want to be held accountable to mainstream relationship standards.
Why people like Anderson Cooper still feel the need to maintain a veil of privacy around their non-straight sexuality while straight people can be straight in public without fear.
Two hundred scholars have called on the Social Science Research journal to address questions about the peer-review process that led to the Regnerus “same-sex parenting” study to be approved for publication.
Romance novelists seem to be anatomically-challenged when it comes to the hymen.
Is saying you date only “women and trans men” a personal sexual preference or cissexist bigotry?
There are many barriers to sexual agency in America’s nursing homes.
Do American feminists no longer dare to dream big (and radically)?
What happens when a woman asks for money to do a feminist analysis of video games.
Is social science and humanities research around sexuality and gender being stymied by the IRB system?
What have you been reading/writing Harpies? Link away in comments!