Monday, November 28, 2011

My School Endorses Chik Fil A Hate!

Well, that might be a little unfair. After all, the school itself has never endorsed blatantly discriminatory practices. However, they sure as hell ignored me when I went straight to the top and voiced my concerns about Chik Fil A's track record with anti-gay organizations. 

Oh, didn't know about that? Well then, let me inform you. Chik Fil A is VERY homophobic. In fact, they donated more than $2 Million Dollars to anti- gay groups, and even explicitly admitted to not liking same sex couples.

How about that, hmmm??? 

So you guys can only imagine how OMFG ABSOLUTELY LIVID my out and proud ass was to find these fuckers at my school today with bells on. Let me tell ya, 'mosexuals, the steam is STILL coming out of my ears.

And it is not likely to stop any time soon. You see, my dykelicious ladies, I emailed the President of York Technical College here in Rock Hill, to voice my concerns after they elected to close the school dining hall in June of this year.

He initially brushed me off with some bullshit about how political positions did not play a part in choosing school vendors. Ok, fine. But I think we all know that if this were a company that endorsed racist rhetoric, they'd be allowed nowhere near here. Why is homophobia any different? It shouldn't be, but it is, and here is the proof. 
(Chik Fil A Set Up at School Today)

I warned you guys that I'd be grouchy as hell this time of year. Well, we're getting off to a fantastic start with this bigoted fuckery. Color me grinched the fuck out, today, dykes.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

The Season is Upon Us, Lovelies!

I missed the opportunity to make a Thanksgiving post, because it was just so damned busy. I will not bore you all with the details of my busy but uneventful extended holiday weekend, I'll just say I hope you all had a 
if you celebrate. Well, with the end of Thanksgiving, we all know what that means- the onslaught of the December Holiday Season. 
In America, that largely translates to Christmas. 
Which is fine- after all, I do celebrate the holiday in a secular sense. There's never anything wrong with giving gifts and being nice and charitable acts and all that. But, it never stops there. Never. Instead, the devoutly religious among us use this season to proselytize and attempt to force the rest of the world to celebrate in a religious sense. Hence this ridiculous, imagined War on Christmas that the GOP and their ilk are bandying on about these days. 

The sad thing is, most of these people are just too ignorant to realize two things: for one, they stole the holiday from the Pagans in the first place. It was originally the Festival of Yule. 

They don't even know the history of their own damn holiday, and yes, this includes treasured traditions of things like gifts and Christmas trees.

The second thing the fiercely defensive and blindly religious do not realize is that, yes, there are other systems of belief out there. Really. Not everyone is a Christian. To recognize that is not to OMFG ATTACK CHRISTIANITY, but to recognize that there are seven billion people on this planet, and not all of them have the same beliefs that you do. There are several holidays of several systems of belief during this time of year. So, to that end, does it really kill you that much to say 

and respect these basic facts? I know I am probably preaching to the choir here, dykes, but, if I seem to become increasingly grouchy as the season rolls by, there ya have it. I'm thinking by the end, I'll have turned this into an entire series post: The Things That Piss Me Off About the Holiday Season or some such. Stay tuned- gonna be a loooonnnngggg month of December. 

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Why Lady GaGa is My Shero and Should Be Yours Too.

Yo, dykes! What's shakin'? I'll tell ya what's shakin. Lady Gaga. And not just shakin' her ass whilst dancing on stage, either.
You see, lesbos, Lady Gaga is one of our biggest allies, in case you didn't know. This Lady(pun intended) is making waves and changing our world right before our eyes. 
She has even turned down a deal worth milions with Target due to their donating to anti- gay politicians, and she has also, in her most recent, bold, endeavor among her countless other supportive projects,has started the Born This Way Foundation to empower LGBT youth and educate people on LGBT issues. How you like them apples? Gaga is the shit, and we're lucky to have her. I salute you, Mother Monster. You are my Shero.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Series: Dykin' It Up:Episode 5: Playa Playa!

Yup, it's that time, lesbos! Another series post. This one is an ongoing issue for us *ahem* Single dykes.
(Photo courtesy of

We all know what it's like. We're cruisin,' hittin' the bars, the gay dating sites, and just having a good time while looking for, you know, her. The proverbial, ever- illusive
But hey, finding *ahem* her is often a lot harder than one might think. So, instead of fixating on the first girl we meet, sometimes we just wanna play the field.
(Famous Playa from the L Word)

But when does playing the field become OMFG I CHEATED ON MY NEW GIRL??? 

Hard to tell, really. Sometimes you start spending time with someone, and she, or you, or both of you might start considering it a relationship without actually saying that. So, in this instance, what happens to the other girls you were seeing? Do you tell them face to face, or do you simply change your Facebook Relationship Status?
After all, if you don't set this straight, dykes, in a timely, tactful fashion, you might wake up one morning to a horror like THIS:
And honestly wonder which chic did it, and who it is referring to. So, m' ladygays, how do you handle the transition from dating around to being exclusive? Or do you avoid this drama altogether by only dating one girl at a time? Somehow, I think, while the former might be more fun, the latter is certainly a lot less drama.

Friday, November 4, 2011

The Awesomeness That is a Straight Bride Supporting Gay Marriage

Alrighty, 'mosexuals, it is time to honor a lady I had never heard of until I signed up on Seeded Buzz. Ladies, meet Morgan,also known as Cape Code Bride. She lives in Massachusetts, the first state to allow same- sex marriage, and she is a supporter.
She runs a blog called A Cape Cod Bride, and I came across her while looking for "seeds" to plant that fit the interest of this blog,and I ran across a fabulous post of hers from January 24, 2010 entitled A Word (or Many) About Gay Marriage. 

While looking for something to post, I got a whole lot more here, lovelies. I got a lesson, an important, valuable lesson: Some straight people do get it.

While I know many loving, gay affirming straight people both online and off, they seem to simply sympathize for a moment, then go on with their lives of heterosexual privilege, never really looking to see what we go through just to live our lives in a society that says that we aren't good enough, and that it is ok to discriminate. For this reason, I had drawn a very clear line in the sand between straight folks and me as a method of self preservation. Morgan's post inspired another Ally,Tabitha, to write a heart- felt post of frustration on the subject as well. I was wrong to assume no straight person gets it at all though, as some people really are 

I hope you will all read her blog as well, and, if you had the same gay vs straight hang ups that I did, learn something from it. Also, it's a GREAT place for ideas to plan your out of this world, "budget beautiful"(her words!) Big Gay Wedding!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Going Down- A Few Tips From the Lesbians!

Alrighty, my lovely lessies! Time for a post on a subject I just know we all love: SEX. More importantly, the best part of lesbian sex. Yup, you guessed it- we're gonna discuss the art of ORAL SEX.
(Yes it's cartoon porn sue me)

Now, listen up, dykes. I don't know about you, but the dreaded Lesbian Bed Death is easily the quickest way to end a relationship for me. If the sex is bad, it's only a matter of time. 

Remember how those sparks flew when you first met?

Well, that should continue throughout the relationship, and, especially into the bedroom.

Now, ladies, I am sure you expected this post to be a step by step guide. I could do that, but honestly? It has been my experience that gasp! EVERY WOMAN IS DIFFERENT.

My advice is simple: Communicate. Yep, you heard me. TALK TO HER.

Ask her what she wants. Hey, you can't read her mind, and how else will you find out? I repeat: EVERY WOMAN IS DIFFERENT.

However, since we all love talking about sex(or at least I think we all love talking about sex), we can, just for fun, share a few tips. But hey, if I share, you better, too!

1. TAKE YOUR TIME. It's not a marathon. No need to rush to the finish line. Also, the longer you linger, the more she knows you are enjoying it.

2. Pay attention to her body movements. If she flinches away, you're doing something she doesn't like. If she arches toward you, keep doing what you're doing.

3.Don't be too rough! You might hurt her without meaning to.

Alrighty, I have several more, but I'll stop there for now! Your turn! C'mon, we're all family here, share and share alike, so we can all be happier lesbians!
After all,  being women, we have skills straight guys only wish they had! Happy Sharing!