I have been doing quite a bit of reading of some other great blogs here on WordPress, as well as listening to people discuss their lives and issues surrounding "identity policing" on Youtube and Vimeo, and other places. It's been a topic on Facebook as well, and Twitter, too...hell every social network seems to be... Continue Reading →
Yesterday I decided to clean out the back bedroom of my home, where I had been just throwing stuff out of the way for quite a while. Totes that I had never opened in years, boxes of stuff that needed to the "gone through" and everything that didn't quite have a spot yet. It's been... Continue Reading →
We all determine our own identity. It's a basic and very real fact. We wake up in the morning and we KNOW who we each ARE in this vast world; and in the sub-culture of the Butch-Femme world it is no different. It's how the "world" view us that often perplexes me...that and how my... Continue Reading →
I am attempting to film a video for my YT channel that is giving me fits. I need to speak the right words to get my points across in a very concise and fitting manner, so that several of my viewers understand where I stand on the issues. It's driving me bats because (there is... Continue Reading →
Ah, a late late late Saturday night...or wait, it's actually Sunday morning, in all technical terms according to the clock on the computer here. Whatever, I am still awake from Saturday...so I consider it late Saturday night, because that's just what I do...I make up my own fucking rules. It's my life, my rules. I... Continue Reading →
This is so awesome! Jesse hit it right on the nose with this blog.
There comes a time in our lives where, if we are lucky, we question ourselves; question our own motives and our reasons for existence. This doesn’t mean that we are jaded, and if we we think of ourselves in such a way then maybe it is actually a good thing? If we don’t question these things, then I would humbly suggest that we are not truly living. Knowing one’s place in the world is perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of life, yet it probably doesn’t have to be.
Perhaps it is from the wisdom of age that I have come to realize that life is not an appointment, nor is it a goal? Life is not an “achievement” or any one specific event. Life is a process of learning that is ever continuous and evolving. There is no perfect life, for perfection is subjective. What is right for one may…
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An excellent blog about Butch passing and visibility. I can relate very much to all of the points made here.
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