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Again on Butch-femme Relationships

I have just had the pleasure of reading a most outstanding piece on Huffpost  called "Redefining Butch-femme Relationships", by Georgia Kollas, writer, Huffington Post blogger, and cultural observer.  I loved it!  It could not have been any better!  I encourage all of you to give it a good read! Also, Ms. Kollas is a self-identified… Continue reading Again on Butch-femme Relationships

LGBT Community Issues

Being Recognized on the Street…Attempted Reblog from QueeringtheNerd

WordPress is messing with my head this morning...where did the "reblog" button go?  Now it's a "share" button, and it allows you to share across Twitter and Facebook as well?  I thought we were a little different here than on the other standardized social networking sites...I don't wanna share!  I want to REBLOG!!! The page… Continue reading Being Recognized on the Street…Attempted Reblog from QueeringtheNerd

General Blips

About My Blogging

I am following suit again and blogging about my blogging experience and my take on things related to blogging, another great prompt from Opinionated Man. or was it Confessions of an Average Mom?  The web is spreading! I started online blogging way back in the hay-day of AOL, remember them?  I blogged about my daily life there,… Continue reading About My Blogging

LGBT Community Issues

Very Inspiring Blogger Award

I would like to Thank Butchcountry67 for nominating me for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award, I am very honored by this nomination!  I've been blogging on WordPress.com since 2009 and have been a regular WP blog reader for even longer.  I am inspired by many phenomenal writers, by the passion and the grace with which… Continue reading Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Things Butch-Femme

Social Media, Comments, Replies and the LGBT Community

Comments, Posts, Replies, etc....here, there and everywhere.  We post little tidbits, our daily experiences, incidents we have watched or participated in somewhere along the line, etc.  And directly under those posts, on every social platform website that I know of, is a place where readers can leave "comments" and generally "like" the post.  Notice there… Continue reading Social Media, Comments, Replies and the LGBT Community