About

I think I should complete this with a little more information so that a better picture can be drawn of me.

I’m a white, middle-class, temporarily able-bodied, neuro-typical, bisexual, polyamorous, cisgendered woman who lives in Melbourne, Australia.

I like to write and be heard, and this is my space for that to happen.  I’m a feminist with training wheels, who is attempting to get things right, and I find much more interesting to write about than I have time to write.

I live with two husbands, one husband’s boyfriend, three cats and a myriad of spiders.  I provide a safe and supportive space to family and friends when needed, love to cook interesting and delicious food, and will take up gardening when I eventually have a garden.

The best place to contact me is on this blog as a comment to one of the articles or this page.  I really don’t like it when someone emails me directly because of something that I’ve written in a relatively public forum.  I find it a lot creepy.

Otherwise I work, sing, dance, play games (mostly computer), love my science fiction, fantasy, comedy (both live and on TV), and generally love being silly.

 

If you want to contact me regarding any of my photos, please contact me at Flickr.

2 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi there,

    My name’s Josie and I’m one of the co-founders of feminaust – a website dedicated to creating a safe space for Australian’s to discuss and debate feminism.

    I regularly check out your blog, and I was wondering if you would like to contribute a blog post or do an e-interview for us? We’re striving to create a platform for a diversity of views, ranging from geography to sexual orientation to gender to age. We’d also be more than happy to re-post any of your blog posts and make it clear where it originally came from.

    As well as general blog posts or articles, there are a number of opportunities for contribution. Please check out our website to see what we’ve posted so far. Also, we’d love any feedback you have on our site because we’re just starting up!

    Looking forward to hearing from you,

    Josie Swords

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