January 31, 2010
What, you thought I was going to say something smutty? Tsk, tsk, tsk. There are two things you need to keep out of the gutter, folks: your mind and your bowling ball.
Anywho, To Love and To Cherish is traveling through cyberspace and today is my day to blog about the book. My story, "The Felicity of Domesticity," is housed in volume one of the collection, On Bended Knee, published as an e-book on Friday.
To Love and To Cherish is a collaboration between Sapphic Planet and loveyoudivine. All proceeds from the sale of the e-books (On Bended Knee, With This Ring, Lives and Wives) and the print book (the anthology in its entirety) will support marriage equality through Marriage Equality.
So, why did I want to be involved with this project?
Because I think this deadlock over wedlock is, quite simply, silly.
Because I believe that love is a many-splendored and a many-gendered thing.
Because I think that opponents of marriage equality really need to stop fretting that the LGBT community will do it better.
Curiouser and curiouser,