Just in the nick of time, Constance Clare-Newman came through as my guest femme this Monday, as I am running on the fumes of fumes… Many thanks to Constance for her care of and love for queer femmes — me included! 488 more words
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In the last Meditation for Queer Femmes, I mentioned some of our human birthrights: singing and writing and dancing and making art and playing.
Tex and I had the good fortune to see “Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami” last week, and we have been discussing and thinking about it ever since. 228 more words
whilst Sinclair Sexsmith’s latest piece “we need the new butch” makes some great points about racism, surgical choices, stigma against the feminine and the right of butches to be sexually submissive and receptive, it seems clear that Sexsmith themself both equates and conflates butchness with maleness – leading to some logical fallacies straight out of the radical feminist movement. 865 more words
Oh, ho, ho, and don’t you know this butch-lovin’ femme dearly loved seeing Lena Waithe on the cover of Vanity Fair last month! Jacqueline Woodson writes gorgeously and pointedly about Lena and other black women, including queer black women, in tv and Hollywood. 742 more words