Rolling Stone slanders the equiphile community
I'll save you reading this week's Rolling Stone feature on the top news stories of 2005.
One of their choices involves a close friend of mine: Rupert Stix. You've probably seen his name in relation to the "strange" doings at a horse farm in Enumclaw, Washington State. One of our common friends - Edgar Hoffenstein - was, in effect, thrown off a horse at that farm and died. According to Rolling Stone, this tragedy is apparently funny.
It isn't funny to those of us who love horses, and in a most intimate fashion. The love that dare not utter its name is more widespread than Jann's rag would like you to believe. "Sexual identity is part of the genre of narrativity," says Foucault. The without/within distinction depicted in Madonna