The blogger borg have assimilated another. The Pax Nortona blog has shown up several times in my referrers list. Joel Sax is an interesting guy with thoughtful, intelligent commentary on a wide range of subjects. He’s also working on a book. Here’s an excerpt from an entry in which he describes his forays into online relationships.
To tell a secret, I like dykes. They make some of the best online friends that I have. They’re funny, often intelligent, and they aren’t trying to bed me. Part of the problem these days is that I have been taking Prozac for so many years that I just don’t feel the physical attraction any more. Plus I’m married. So lesbians make terrific friends when they aren’t of the kind who distrust every last man they meet. Those I avoid.
Joel, check out the DykeWrite ring if you haven’t already. Plenty of funny and intelligent lesbians there that don’t hate men. Hell, we even have a token male.
Hmm. I’ve noticed that I have these weird, uh, biases that I was totally unaware of until I started this whole blogging business. That is, if I take a look at the people I read the most frequently: New Zealanders. Brits. Canadians. Recent female college graduates. Guys with Korean mothers. Lesbanese types. Oh, and Big Old Homos. Who woulda thunk it.
hey! thanks for the plug! i’m AND… 🙂
Now, that was not to imply that Karen is funny but not intelligent. Nor, that Jill is intelligent but not funny. Don’t get me in trouble here.
Alas, Francis. I don’t qualify under any of your categories! Still, you’re welcome to come over and spend a little time admiring my cat (who has a prominent spot on the page at moment). You might even like my writing.<br><br>Thanks for the plug Grey Bird! I’m slowly making my way around the circles. <br>
How’d Jill and I get dragged into this?
more blog please.
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