Tag Archives: Adrienne Rich

When I Grow Up, I Want To Be A Lesbian

There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophy. A baby girl is born. It’s a girl! Pink! Baby Dolls! Dresses! Other Stuff! From this moment, the girl is groomed for life as a Heterosexual Woman. She is groomed for a life as a wife and servant for Men. She is groomed to  want to […]

Compulsory Heterosexuality, Queerified

Much has been written over the last 15 years regarding the issue Transgender inclusion within the Gay and Lesbian Movement. The argument for inclusion originates in the notion that we are all Queer, that we are all read by the larger heteronormative society as Queer, regardless of how our own identification varies on this theme. […]

Christy is more of a woman than me

She wins the femininity war, hands down. She somehow came to the conclusion I disdain her. I don’t disdain you. I hope you are happy! You look happy. I think you disdain females, though.

Difference Exists

Written by E. Hungerford and Cathy Brennan Something has gotten lost on the way to liberation for the GLBT community – females. Females have been the backbone of the movement, with lesbians playing key roles in the 1980s fighting the “Gay Plague” of their gay male brothers, working to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, and fighting […]

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