Tag Archives: Levi Kreis

Tom Goss and Music for Our Movement

After enjoying a concert by my friend Tom Goss, I reflect on the importance of openly gay musicians to our community and movement.

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Queer and Queerer Ep. 14 – Erotic Poems and Stripping Zacks

Zack is going to Netroots Nation, so he fulfills his promise to do the podcast naked! To help set the mood, Peterson reads some erotic poems. The conversation evolves into an exploration of queer culture over time and throughout different regions. How do we all move forward when some are living in the closet while […]

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The Psychological Impact of Advocacy – You Can’t Rip a Ream

It’s easy to rip a single piece of paper. It takes a bit more strength for a small stack of paper, but it can still be done in a single tear. You can’t rip a ream. Advocacy is not easy. To be successful you have to be able to absorb a lot of toxin and […]

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“…of both worlds,” a unique adventure.

I’m back! For any of you who might have been checking ZFB regularly, apologies for the long delay in posting. I was busy graduating from my Master’s program (which I did!). Today I’m happy to share with you an exciting product of the time I have not been blogging: my performance piece entitled “…of both […]

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