Tag Archives: New York City

The ordeal of Ronald Gold

From here. I grew up in the Age of the Closet. While I came out in college to some close friends, I was aware that perceptions of my identity needed to be carefully managed, if I was to have the career I sought. There must be no public declaration—and no open defense of the rights […]

The Fire Will Not Consume Us

The New York City Dyke March is one of the best events ever conceived to combat dyke invisibility, at least for those few brief moments of proudly marching down the streets. At the first Dyke March down Fifth Avenue, Lesbian Avengers carried torches and burnt signs with the names of anti-lesbian and gay propositions blamed for […]

A View on the Dyke Exclusionary Dyke March

FULL VIDEO HERE. This is the group of people who came up to me and assaulted me, led by Ida Hammer, an organizer of the Dyke March. lilacturtl reblogged appropriately-inappropriate: “TRIGGER WARNING: Cathy Brennan” [TW: verbal abuse, harassment, misuse of trigger warnings]