The more we know about each other the more we see the wide range of variations that comprise human sexuality. And the more we see variations, the less easily we put people into categories. And the more we move from categories to variation, the harder it to distinguish an “us” from a “them” and the the easier it is for to understand that sexual freedom is a birthright to be celebrated, and not a threat to be feared.
This is the first installment of what I hope will be a thought provoking series on community-based death practices around the world. The idea came when I saw a Facebook post about a vending machine at a cemetery in a Zürich neighborhood. The author of the post was Jessica Jacinta Mijnssen, and when I asked […]