Drylongso sought out some of the pioneers of the internet and asked them about their experiences with race and gender on the internet. In a wide ranging email conversation, Art McGee, Kali Tal, Dr. Goddess, Mike Bowen and Drylongso’s Editor, Lisa Jeter engage in a meta discussion of their expectations of their participation on the internet and the realities such as cyberstalking, feminism and expressions of masculinity.
No idea why I haven't added 'em to the links list. . . wait, that's right, I'm an idiot. Never mind.
Lynne's contribution is Imagining a Gender Neutral Black Male/Female Relationship. My inability to quote people I kind'a know has kicked in, so I'm afraid you'll have to go have a look.
And I'm afraid this has got me thinking about these subjects again, so there's propably going to be some lengthy, pseudo-intellectual babbling with quotes from old entries popping up at some point today. I apologize in advance for the inconvenience.
Go read Drylongso instead.
Update: Just a test here.
Would add this to the previous entry, but I'm worried the autotrackback discovery will start pinging everyone in creation again. I'm not sure if that's a feature or a bug. . .
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Update:
Another test. I'm in one of those moods.