I will be out of the country but definitely wanted to share this AMAZING event! Continue reading Pridelines Youth Services and Alliance for GLBTQ Youth launch Project SAFE
It’s one of my favorite events of the year, Winter Party and especially for the ladies, Her Winter Party.
This year we will definitely be attending the highlight event (in our opinion) Artscape, which showcases local lesbian (and not-so-lesbian) art work. So with that in mind we decided to overdose on some lesbian art, in the form of film. Huān yíng to Saving Face.
I had a wonderful time with really cool women, but I must admit I missed my fellow lezzies. I forgot how it is to be surrounded by straight women, having completely straight conversations. Chiiiiile.
I know I am going to be in a whole house full of “us” next week for our Lesbians of Color Dinner Party, but I needed a quick fix NOW. So since my money is still in pesos, I decided to go head deep into some good ol’ lesbian films last night.
The movie that I watched “Family” has been stalking me on Amazon for a while. I kept looking at it and ending up watching something else… Why you might ask? Because I am cheap… like “2.99 to rent a movie is CRAY when I can watch hundreds for free” kind of cheap. But I am EXTREMELY happy I bit the bullet and spent them coins.
The semester is finally over. I am completely happy regarding my career move decision and finally some old demons are being put to rest, so let’s get back to the lez.
And no we aren’t going to get into my POF stories just yet,though I am going to dinner with a hookee (e not er) tomorrow.
After 15 minutes trying to watch a HORRENDOUS camp-done-wrong movie about drag king pirates… Don’t ask… I browsed through my favorite genre, the documentary, looking for something to replace the brain cells. I was really pleased to stumble upon Last Call at Maud’s directed by Paris Poirier.
Goooood morning lovebugs!
I am up early this morning sipping on a well deserved and needed cup of joe. Yesterday night was the Miami Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce‘s Yellow Gala, one of the annual must-attend events for the Miami LGBT elite. (I have no idea how they let me slip in the door…. *shrugs*). I saw some familiar faces and met some new lovely people.
Special hugs and kisses to George and Sean (the Southern Gentlemen — by way of New York), the legendary Elaine Lancaster, James Brown and the Perry Ellis team, Rafa of Wire Magazine (I have a leopard blazer to squeeeeeze into), the GIRLSSSSSS Kathleen and Cindy of Lucky Strikes, my incomparable Karen Brown (I will sip the tea I have.. but I won’t spill it), little Miss Shayna (I’m calling you from Heathrow) and everyone else that made the night wonderful. Here are some flicks… yes I will invest in a camera if I feel I must keep taking pictures #finejudgeme.