lachlan at london.com
Mon Mar 18 11:43:53 PST 2002
I thought the attack was against homophobia, not sexism. I assumed 'susan' was a male. I
did so because it is rare, in my experience, for an academic to write on a first name
basis and without the 'coordinates' of position and institution.
>>When someone accuses another person of homophobia, let alone the rest, the someone
has to let the person reply.
I am not homophobic, on the contrary I
suffered for a solidarity with a number
of gay people in seeing John Greyson's book
Queer Looks through to print. I have
never been called homophobic and its a
Though I recognise that in my method in
teasing out reaction I brought it upon myself.
> Lachlan, i'm not a huge fan of filtering mail and pretending not to hear
> someone, so let me say directly: i can't see much value in exchanging with
> you. so, i'd ask you not to bother "raising questions [with me] to excite
> response"...i'm plum not interested in the conversation.
> Mary L. Gray <mlgray at ucsd.edu>
> Department of Communication
> University of California, San Diego
> mail: PO Box 4004, Louisville, KY 40204
> > From: "Lachlan Brown" <lachlan at london.com>
> > Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 21:12:17 -0500
> > To: mlgray at ucsd.edu
> > Cc: air-l at aoir.org
> > Subject: What?
> > Re: MLGrey ucsd
> > I am raising questions to excite response.
> > You edited:
> >> ...I mean, identity and
> >> bodies kind of matter don't you think?].
> > from my mail.
> > Lachlan
> > --
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