Lust-Haves, Pinup Styles

My Vintage Valentine

NINE DAYS, ladies and gentlemen. Nine short, fateful days until Cupid rides into town.   Now I'll admit, I typically don't buy into the Valentine's Day madness. My love and I opt to hang around the house instead of partaking in theย pink-and-red free for all because we simply can't be fussed with overpriced restaurants and… Continue reading My Vintage Valentine

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Body Image, Feminism, Queer Folk

Redefining Sexy: Not Just For The Boys

Scarlet Johansson. Beyonce. Megan Fox. What do these ladies have in common?Besides all sharing celebrity status and raking in boatloads of cash each year, I think it can be universally agreed upon that each of these three ladies bear the traits of the conventionally sexy. They are long legged and svelte, with pouty lips and… Continue reading Redefining Sexy: Not Just For The Boys

Feminism, Interviews, Queer Folk

“The Second Mango” (Interview With The Author)

Today, I'm taking a break from blogging boobs, bras, and body image to discuss another topic that I love: books. And something I love more than just books? Queer, feminist, fantasy books. So, color me surprised when the lovely Shira Glassman dropped a line in my inbox, informing me that she had written just that.… Continue reading “The Second Mango” (Interview With The Author)

Queer Folk

Diary of A Femme-bot

As a lesbian, I tend to frequent gay/lesbian bars. (Shocking. I know.) Logically speaking, you would think that frequenting these places of business--those geared specifically to my community--I would be free to go about my girly-gay business without the permeating stares that I get on a regular day out and about with my girlfriend. You… Continue reading Diary of A Femme-bot