“As a class project I’m creating a zine that focuses on the experiences of queer femmes. I’m collecting stories, poetry, pictures, artwork, quotes, experiences, and anything else that you think fits! Please email submissions to email@example.com by May 3.
Why is it that some lezzies can be such jerks? It's like they feed off of drama and can't see the light of day without it. P.S. I think you're awesome! ;)
awww I’m sorry that you’ve had lezzie jerk interactions :/ I’ve had them myself and they SUCK. I think that sometimes you have all this BAGGAGE to deal with (i.e sexuality, home drama, work drama, school drama et al.) and especially when you’re in your early 20’s (to mid 100’s lol) you sometimes don’t know how to deal with it (you know..you don’t have the tools to know how to deal with all that) and then you “act out” aka ACT LIKE A JERK #whomp.
But some people are just JERKS like as their normal way of “being” so…#idigress…
Drama has its way of rearing its ugly mug in everyone’s life and I think that if you just distance yourself from the people that don’t know how to deal with it and gravitate towards those that do then you’ll be A-OK with the lezzies (took me 32 years to learn that…btw)
Thank you for thinking I’m awesome :) I think you’re AWESOME for asking me a question <3
“I use labels because we haven’t gotten beyond race or class or other differences yet. When I don’t assert certain aspects of my identity like the spiritual part or my queerness, they get overlooked and I’m diminished. When we come to a time whenI don’t have to say, “Look, I’m a dyke,” or “I’m spiritual,” or “I’m intellectual,” I’ll stop using labels. That’s what I want to work towards. But until we come to that time, if you lay your body down and don’t declare certain facets of yourself, they get stepped on.”—
Glitter is a beautiful external reflection of the brightest, most powerful light that shines inside each one of us. In a world that makes hating yourself and others so easy and available, embodying a radical politic of glitter is challenging. By doing so,…
I am tired of fat blogging and community hierarchies. Like, “I’ve been blogging on Livejournal for 10 years, so what I am saying or have said in my exclusive online/real life communities is much more important and valid than what these girls on Tumblr are doing now.”