But you know what, One Million Moms? I am really far more dangerous! In my lesbian love story Sugar, there are LESBIAN BAKED GOODS where children could see them.
That’s right, they want to boycott DC Comics and Marvel because they have characters who are gay and *shockers* superheroes at the same time.
Starbucks pretty much said “One million what?”
Another dangerous missive from this lesbian writer, who seriously needs to be boycotted by One Million Moms and the American Family Association and any “man of God” who thinks like Sean Harris.
One Million Moms, really, I’m shameless. I’m sure I confuse The Children. One little boycott? Please?
I’ve been having fun of late making up graphic memes on items I see going around. They’ve only been on Facebook, which has its limitations, so I’ll post them on my blog as well. Here’s today’s. Copyrighted material.
Reality for other lesbians may vary because we are actually not all the same.
My take on the “What We Actually Do” meme for Romance Writers. The art displayed is either public domain or licensed for non-commercial use. Creative Commons SSA-BY Copyright.
A conversation between me and my children.
You don’t have to be a member of the community to come out. Today, you can come out as someone who believes that in life there should be NOH8.
It echoed and echoed, because I still remember when it was a nasty word, whispered behind hands. When it could get you fired. Beaten up. Worse. It still can. We’re not safe yet.
But that list also says that “lesbian” is only 72% relevant as a word related to my site. Huh? 72%. I assure you, it’s 99.9% relevant.
Columbia University announced today that the Pulitzer Prize Committee has added Romance Writing to its prestigious list of prize-worthy categories.
Today the Innovative Foundation of Out Love announced plans to grant annual stipends of $1 million to lesbian fiction writers starting next year. That means we can all quit our jobs, give away books for free and attend weekly conferences celebrating the craft.
Once again, thank you to everybody who gave me the benefit of their experiences. As promised, my house elf has helped me pick a random winner of two free books from my library — print versions — signed, sealed and delivered.
All in all, a fairly good fit based on my needs. It’s a first take on the emerging tablet design.
You can probably tell that I won’t be buying a new one every 6 months — whatever I buy needs to fit my needs for 2-3 years. See, I only just gave up my Palm Pilot as obsolete. That’s how long I can milk a platform.
We’re here and we care. You are not alone. Reach out and don’t stop reaching out until someone is holding you safe. Suicide is not the answer. Choose life. It will get better. I know. I’ve been there.