General Blips

Saturday Ramble…

It's the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and I am going into the stupid Christmas slump.   I've felt it coming on for a couple of days now, I don't know why...perhaps it's loneliness, it was quite lonely putting up my Christmas tree all alone...not even sure why I got it out and put it up.  I… Continue reading Saturday Ramble…

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Butch Stuff, General Blips

LGBT Books in My Collection…

There's an entire world of publishing dedicated to LGBT issues, many, many authors, books and resources. I was giving a list of books to someone special and it made me think about lesbian publishing and books that many of us read. Of course there are copious lists of hundreds of books by Cleis Press, Columbia,… Continue reading LGBT Books in My Collection…

Butch Stuff, Gender Identity, General Blips, Transgender

Leslie Feinberg: Ivan’s Tribute

As most know our community lost a warrior this last week in the passing of Leslie Feinberg, trans Butch lesbian author and activist.  Ivan Coyote wrote the best piece on Leslie's passing, which you can read here. Ivan Coyote: Blue Not-so-stone Butch I can't even put into words what Ivan managed to do so well… Continue reading Leslie Feinberg: Ivan’s Tribute

General Blips

Mid-week Rambles…Open Office, Blogging…

I've been messing around with this Open Office program (as recommended by butchcountry67, thank you very much!). It seems that I may have found the best program for blogging off line! This is going to work very well and should mean less aggravation with lost posts - which we all have experienced and I must… Continue reading Mid-week Rambles…Open Office, Blogging…

Butch Stuff, Gender Identity, Lesbian, Things Butch-Femme

On the passing of Leslie Feinberg

When other women would ask me about what books to read my first go to book was always "Stone Butch Blues" by Leslie Feinberg.  Leslie was a pioneer in the Butch world. To me she was the Butch of all Butches...King of the Kingdom.  In 1993 when Stone Butch Blues hit the shelves many of… Continue reading On the passing of Leslie Feinberg