this week my home town weekly paper has a photo i took of all of my favorite porn-makin friends in the East Bay. i can’t even tell you how proud i am of all these babes making it happen. (betty blac, kitty stryker, ramses rodstein, jolene parton, joey minx, chelsea poe, and james darling)
☀This is the first time I have worn a bikini in my life. Everyone needs to bask in my beautiful glory.
I’m 100% okay with kink-shaming your fetishes that are racist, sexist, homophobic, and cissexist.
I’m sex positive, but not asshole positive.
I couldn’t be close to calling myself an artist, but I am super interested in starting a queer art blog (art about queers and/or by queers). I think a submission based blog would be fab, but would love a co-moderator (or several) especially someone who has more experience in the art world.
Any takers? Any name suggestions other than “art queered” or “queer art”?
just a few of the signs we made today for our rally on april 24 starting at 8:30AM! thanks to everyone who came out.
these are fantastic! i’m so excited to see femmepowered and open gates MHC create a similar campaign at mount holyoke. i know both colleges are worried (to varying degrees) about reactions from alumnae, but this alumna supports you—and trans women’s inclusion—100%.
ugh, sometimes i feel like such a babe (…and you should too!). and i miss my old house :o(
Looking through old photos as I kick off a new project. You like pictures? You like dirty stories? Stay tuned…
Anonymous asked: where do genderqueer people fit in queer social circles?
I’m assuming that this question is directed at queer groups that restrict membership (lesbian discussion groups, support group for trans men, gay men’s choir, etc.)? If it’s not, please feel free to clarify.
I think people who are non-binary identified - genderqueer, gender fluid, agender, two spirited, etc. - often can feel left out, even in queer gatherings, because it isn’t always made apparent whether or not they would be welcomed.
I’ve found that when I’ve asked for clarity (my partner, Kai, is genderqueer), people have just responded with “oh, of course, they’re welcome!” but not everyone is comfortable with asking. (In fact, there’s a reason that I’m usually the asker, in these situations.)
But, where do genderqueer people fit? Wherever they want to! I think it’s important for us as part of the queer community to actively welcome and reach out to people who are not binary identified - and to understand that genderqueer people should’ve been part of these groups all along.