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Category Archives: full of myself
or, an homage to my crotch by local artist friend of mine, Nick Smith. Â He said this about that: Sometimes when boys can’t sleep, they go flipping through Fet profiles for something or someone to draw. I settled on an … Continue reading
Did I every tell y’all that I wrote a blog post for the Gender Odyssey blog? Â Well, there’s the link in case I didn’t. Â There are several great posts there to give you a feeling for some of what goes … Continue reading
In the post about my weekend away, I talked about how down and depressed, unhealthy and sick of it all I was and that I found a way to turn it all around. Â Here’s what happened. After spending almost a … Continue reading
I was notified recently that Butchtastic has been awarded a Golden Kitty by the Lesbian Lounge in the category of Best Alternative Blog/Site featured on their show. Â The Lesbian Lounge with Denise and Donna (“Double D”) can be found at … Continue reading
Last Wednesday, I was pleasantly surprised by some tweets from @LesbianLounge announcing that Butchtastic would be featured on their podcast, airing that afternoon. I didn’t get to listen to it until Thursday, when it was uploaded. Â The podcast features two … Continue reading
I have accepted an invitation to be a juror for the Literary Art exhibit at SEAF (Seattle Erotic Art Festival) for 2012. Â Last year both Roxy and I submitted work and were accepted as exhibitors. Â Seeing my story in print … Continue reading
A few days ago, I talked about how I measured success with respect to this blog. Â I talked about comment volume, emails from readers, the sense that I was making connections and making a difference in people’s lives. Â Well, I … Continue reading
Someone recently asked if everything was OK with me, since I slowed down on posting. Â There’s a lot going on, mostly positive. Â I’ve been adjusting to life without the daily grind of a 10 minute commute to cubicleland. Â Along with … Continue reading
I mentioned in an earlier post that I’d submitted a few stories to different publications and events. Â On Sunday, I found out that one of those stories was selected by Salacious for its second issue, centered around the topic of … Continue reading