After a few months of devotion to personal issues, the balance of my effort is once again shifting to work and activism. I don’t think I really need to tell y’all what my work involves, though I will say I’ve met some lovely gentlemen and done a few fun duos lately. Of course I’m going to remind y’all about my Toys for Tots promotion; it’s running until the 18th, so if you live in the Seattle area and wish to take advantage, drop me a line to ask for details! On the activism front, SWOP Seattle has a number of events related to the December 17th observance; one of them is a panel discussion on stigma, to be held on Saturday the 19th. That’s all I have to report for right now, and frankly I’m rather glad of that; Aphrodite has made it very clear to me that I’ve been working much too hard for too many years, and She wants me to learn to relax. And since I have a number of friends who share Her opinion on the subject, that’s exactly what I’m starting to do. It’s not easy for me, but it’s necessary, and you know what? I’m even starting to get the hang of it.
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