Tag: skylar baker-jordan

  • Skylar Baker-Jordan interviewed by Democratically and the LaFollette Press

    Skylar Baker-Jordan interviewed by Democratically and the LaFollette Press

    Last weekend, I was a guest on Karin Robinson‘s Democratically podcast. I have done Karin’s show several times this year, and it is always a delight to speak with her. This was, however, my favourite appearance. We had a thoughtful conversation about Joe Biden’s cabinet nominees, the changing political landscape of the South, and how […]

  • On Phillip Schofield and remembering my own coming out

    On Phillip Schofield and remembering my own coming out

      In a very moving statement released on Twitter this morning, and in an equally moving segment on This Morning, Phillip Schofield came out as gay. Married for 27 years to his wife Stephanie, they have two daughters. By Schofield’s own account his wife and children have been nothing but supportive. This can’t have been […]

  • Answering the same questions at 34 I answered at 17

    Answering the same questions at 34 I answered at 17

    If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll know I recently rediscovered the online diary I kept as a teen. While I don’t have access to all the entries I wrote (the Internet Archive didn’t archive most of them), some of them I do. One of those old diary entries – this was before the term […]

  • Skylar reads… Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman

    Skylar reads… Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman

    “Skylar reads…” is a new series of book reviews by writer Skylar Baker-Jordan. By now, most people will be at least passingly familiar with André Aciman’s Call Me By Your Name. The story of two young men who fall in love on the Italian Riviera, it was turned into an Oscar-winning film in 2017. The […]