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Sat, Nov. 19th, 2005, 12:50 am
I'm not dead.

This semester, I have learned that campus activism and homework do not mix. So you know fandom is straight out. I have also learned that I will never do activism again... okay, that's not true. Like Tim saying he won't continue with the whole Superhero-ing gig. Yeah, right. Still, no more leadership positions. I'm going to graduate, and lead a nice quiet life working in a library and manning (womanning?) phone banks, writing press releases and grant proposals for the local GLBT Civil Right group, etc. Scud work needs to be done, and I will do it.

But when I do wander into LJ-World, I am very pleased to note that the Cass/Steph following has gained momentum. Also, people are writing fic for The Authority again, which I thought was beginning to dry up.

I am going to have a field day, come Christmas Break, trying to catch up with everything.

Sat, Nov. 19th, 2005 04:16 am (UTC)
buzzylittleb

And this way you can change people's minds by stealth, which they like more anyway...

*doubts that made sense*

*huggles you*

Wed, Nov. 23rd, 2005 09:46 pm (UTC)
flying_anteater

*huggles back*

You know, I don't doubt that "stealth" activism works... cuz clearly it does. But I think there need to be a balance between that and the more traditional overt stuff.

Unfortunatly, the overt stuff is exhausting. I think the big thing is event planning. We've been doing so much this year... I feel about like I've been planning a wedding and one or two cocktail parties every week ;-)

Isn't there an "event planner" job? Maybe that's what I should do with my life... Or not.

Fri, Nov. 25th, 2005 09:04 am (UTC)
buzzylittleb

Yes, slip it down their throats slowly and hope that the Bible belt never pick up on the whole stealth activism thing and stick to their shouting-shouting telethon ways.

(I am very fond of the James Bond movie where the televangilist turns out to a be front for a heroin operation, it made me laugh)

*huggles your huggle*