I first met BP Morton when ze was an instructor at Auburn University. I was visiting Mark Silcox who was also an instructor there at the time and we gave a paper on computability theory that (if I remember right) wasn't particularly well received (it happens; everyone was nice). But Morton, Silcox, and I ended up having these multi-hour long conversations about all sorts of things, including the connections between various religious traditions and various alternate logics. I think that Morton's take during those conversations on some Indian logicians was my first serious immersion in all things Graham Priest, which has become an abiding interest.
And then, when I got back to Baton Rouge Morton had e-mailed me something like five single space pages on the paper Mark and I gave; they were some of the most interesting and helpful comments I've ever received.
In any case, this is all to highly, highly recommend Morton's new blog, Life Beyond Bivalence, a title which accurately summarizes both Morton's take on classical logic and Morton's experiences as someone non-binary in gender. The articles thusfar are really interesting. Check out this introductory one, this rocking recipe for Stolichnyi Salad, this discussion of nutrition, biological sex, and (trans)gender, and this pretty authoritative discussion of web comics. Its fantastic to again experience the wonderfully idiosyncratic set of interests married to a genuinely literate and non-boring sensibility. In addition to the raw information, I think reading what BP writes might make the rest of us a little less barbaric and more understanding with respect to all sorts of issues.
Anyhow Joe Bob says check it out.