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"If Nuns Ruled the World"--And Ran the Catholic Church

The title of a new book posits a hypothetical that would be intriguing to answer: If Nuns Ruled the World.  Even most of us who may may have feared nuns as youngsters have since grown to respect, admire, and love the dedication and commitment that these woman have made to the church and the world.   892 more words


When I gave...

When I gave
I gave it all
My secrets, my doubts, my fears
Pouring out of me
I trusted you
I gave sincerely
My time… 67 more words


Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity

One of the things I hate most is when people talk about shit they know nothing about as though they’re experts. We’ve all witnessed it. And Julia Serano is a woman after my own heart as far as this goes. 553 more words


Simplicity of Love

There is something so special about loving another woman. Getting ready for bed and thinking about how wonderful it would be to get lost in the love of another woman.  38 more words

Matters Of The Heart


I overflow with the love that you fill me with

and I find the bottoms of my feet on fire

Your love spell is determined to taking me higher… 166 more words


Lament For The Lesbians

I found this cache of poems/lyrics I wrote 20-22 years ago or so. This was one of them.

Lament for the Lesbians

I have a lot in common with the lesbians… 161 more words


Rainbow Honor Walk Unveiled In San Francisco's Castro District

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A Rainbow Honor Walk was unveiled in the Castro District in San Francisco Tuesday.

20 bronze plaques were embedded in the sidewalks along Castro and Market Streets to pay tribute to the achievements of LGBT individuals throughout history. 8 more words