Well, HELL.


This article…. Holy Shit. Just… Wow.

This quote caught my eye, but honestly the entire piece is…wow.

“With sex-segregation the general rule for single men and women in the early 1900s, the private back rooms of saloons were often sites of sexual activity between normal men and fairies, with the latter perceived as a kind of intermediate sex – a reasonable alternative to female prostitutes. Public parks and restrooms were also common sites for sexual interaction between straight men and fairies. In such encounters, the fairy acted as the sole embodiment of queerness, the figures with whom normal (straight) men could have sex – just as they might with female sex workers. Fairies affirmed, rather than threatened, the heteromasculinity of straight men by embodying its opposite.”

WHAT. Wow, I DEFINITELY need to read up on this phenomenon.

And I LOVE this:

“It’s clear that straight men and women come into intimate contact with one another in a range of different ways. But this is less about hard-wired gender differences and more about broader cultural norms dictating how men and women are allowed to behave with people of the same sex. Instead of clinging to the notion that men’s sexuality is fundamentally inflexible, we should view male heterosexuality for what it is – a fluid set of desires that are constrained less by biology than by prevailing gender norms.”

Seriously, I’m sitting here with this weird internal shivering feeling because I swear to God if I can help this movement along, if I can create something to that end which is something I think about every waking moment, I’ll do it. This is serious to me, very serious. I am OBSESSED with sexual tension and sexual fluidity and breaking down the laws of attraction and getting rid of orientations. Crazy fucking obsessed.


~ by hln351 on March 4, 2015.

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