Monthly Archives: July 2014

Gero-Punk Praxis: Aging Grrrl Revolution!

Part two of a two-part essay by Guest Gero-Punk Glenna Morris   What on earth is that gray hair doing there?! The first time I asked myself that question was about a year and a half ago. I made sure … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Contemplations: The Emergence of Cronehood

Part one of a two-part essay From guest Gero-Punk Glenna Morris   May 01, 2014 was my thirty-third birthday. It didn’t feel different from any other day. Of course, I was a little bit happier that day than on most … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Praxis: Interjection–Reviving the Queer

Part two in a series of essays By guest Gero-Punk Pascal Aziz   I am writing to you from The Castro District in San Francisco on Pride weekend. Today, Sunday, July 29th, 2014, I marched in San Francisco’s Pride Parade … Continue reading

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