A summary of Voices of Youth Advocates’ biphobic review controversy

A summary of Voices of Youth Advocates’ biphobic review controversy

In case you missed the ongoing saga of Voices of Youth Advocates’ (VOYA) biphobic review, there’s a summary I wrote over at bitopia.org. Some highlights include: A VOYA review for Kody Keplinger’s book Run warning of the main character mentioning their bisexuality, but not mentioning the sex scene between two straight characters. VOYA’s editor in chief confusing genderqueer with a sexuality, then telling off Tristina Wright for “revealing their child’s sexuality”, who simply mentioned their genderqueer child in a complaint to VOYA about the biphobic book review. The same editor…

Harley Quinn’s Cheery Villainy: Pop Queer-ies Podcast Interview

Harley Quinn’s Cheery Villainy: Pop Queer-ies Podcast Interview

I was interviewed by the creators of the new podcast “Pop Queer-ies” about Harley Quinn and bisexual representation. You can visit the Pop Queer-ies website and listen to Justine and Gwen on the podcast here, and read the full written interview I gave here. Some great discussion resulted on the podcast, not just on Harley Quinn’s role in the DC universe and pop culture, but also on the role of women in comics in general. I highly recommend also reading Emilee Owens interview in the link which goes into further…