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I’ve been working a lot on my business plan lately and I’ve made some decisions. Â I’m definitely going to engage someone to do a website design and work with me on social media and SEO strategy. Â I’m definitely going to … Continue reading
It’s coming! It’s coming! Â This December, we’re going to be able to get printed copies of the Butch/Femme Photo Project book by Wendi Kali. The culmination of the last few years of my life is about to happen. Yesterday I … Continue reading
From offbeatfamilies, a story about a Lesbian Dad… Since our son Leo was born, my partner JB has chosen to go by “Dad” rather than some variation of mother. I won’t go into too much detail about her gender identity … Continue reading
This Friday, June 28th, there’s gonna be a big trans party in Seattle called Trans Pride. Â From the website, Trans*Pride is a pride event organized byÂ Gender Justice LeagueÂ in affiliation withÂ Seattle Out & ProudÂ and fiscally sponsored byÂ Gay City Health Project. It … Continue reading
December 15 BUTCH Voices presents our first Community Conversations event happening on December 15th, co-sponsored by the Queer Resource Center at City College San Francisco. Capacity is limited to 60 attendees. So RSVP today. No cost to attend. RSVP with … Continue reading
Playing Well With Others, the outstanding book on kink, BDSM and Leather communities by Mollena Williams and Lee Harrington, is available for Kindle for only $1.99… this is a ridiculously good deal and if you can make use of that … Continue reading
I’ve finally had a moment to read the new TSA guidelines for transgender travelers and I have to say, it looks pretty good. Â At least at some levels, there seems to be some genuine understanding and recognition of our needs … Continue reading