Hello #polyam history fam! We return from a bit of a hiatus because 1) it seems there's a worldwide pandemic on and 2) your authors were preparing and then editing (and editing and editing) a article on the work we are doing, which will form part of the introduction
and the theory that will eventually underlie our book. We will be sharing more about this in the future!
If you are reading this, we hope you and yours are safe&sound&healthy&staying inside! This is one of the harder challengs the #polyamory#polyam community
"I am in the middle of reading Orlando, in such a turmoil of excitement and confusion that I scarcely know where (or who) I am!"
Sackville-West's comment about not knowing who she was was in part because she was reading about herself: Woolf incorporated S-W and her habit of dressing as a man the book, which is about a man who transforms into a woman and discovers how much less freedom he/she now has.
Feb 28, 2019 • 64 tweets • 17 min read
Hello twitter! We’re so glad to be back and we have someone new to tell you about.