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When I was a kid, I was literally told I would never find love because I was fat. Well dad, I found it; on Twitter. The body-positive movement that I connected to via fellow bloggers and tweeters has changed the … Continue reading
The fabulous Mona Darling, also known as Dead Cow Girl on the Internet, gathered together some amazing and real stories written by women about their experiences with sex and sexuality. The final product is the informative and entertaining book Glitter: … Continue reading
Dear Queerie Bradshaw, I love your site, but I’ve read it all the way through and am looking for other sites to read. Can you suggest some other queer and sex friendly blogs? Procrastinating at Work Dear Procrastinating at … Continue reading
This weekend, on Twitter, I created a new word: Blorgy, n. a group of bloggers together being debaucherous.* Soon thereafter, Mr. Lady created another word: Queeried, v. When someone gets fired for talking about BlogHer 12 Blorgies on Twitter. Oops. … Continue reading
Welcome writers from my workshops in Seattle and the San Diego State University Writers Conference! Thanks for keeping in touch and stopping by! The personal is political. – Carol Hanisch By writing and blogging, we take our personal stories and … Continue reading
Thanks to the always fabulous and fashionable Bust Magazine, I was recently introduced to Elsa Billgren, a redheaded, vintage-inspired, curvaceous blogger for Swedish Elle Magazine. Elsa boldly proclaims (originally in Swedish, but in English for me thanks to … Continue reading