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• Guest Writers  // Page Hodel, Liza Cowan, Alicia Leeds, Katharine Cole, Carmen de Monteflores, Leslie Larson, Bren Fraser, Kathleen Hill, Kim Reed, Lise Weil, Ruthann Robson, Devon Marshall—YOUR NAME COULD BE ON THIS LIST! Email us at info@Epochalips.com

Eat, Pray, Love – Lesbian!

Eat, Pray, Love – Lesbian!

Being lesbian is a religion. It’s feast, fast or famine. It’s on our knees begging at the altar between her knees. It’s our tribe, our gaggle of gay girls and our fighting to be included in some social club, meetup, Facebook Group, marriage rights, equal rights and more or hiding in social awkwardness afraid of […]

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28 Aug Posted by in • Guest Writers | 3 comments

Is Dating the New Easy?

Is Dating the New Easy?

What makes me think I could start clean slated? The hardest to learn was the least complicated – Indigo Girls I sit, along with 4 married/partnered girlfriends, at a table in a bar, in between happy hour and the late hours reserved for the young ones and notice we are all talking about the same […]

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27 Aug Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments

Arisa White: Calling All You Bastards

Arisa White: Calling All You Bastards

Calling All You Bastards, the Fatherless, the Forgotten. “Do you want to write your father?” My mother asked on the 33rd birthday. I didn’t have an immediate reply and she continued, “I have an address for him in Guyana.” My last memory: I’m three years old. He came for a visit and I remember the […]

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27 Aug Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments

Scarlet City Coffee Co’s Jen St. Hilaire

Scarlet City Coffee Co’s Jen St. Hilaire

NOW OPEN! SCARLET CITY ESPRESSO BAR 3960 Adeline St. in Emeryville. What Feminism Means to Jen: Being a Feminist has definitely changed meaning for me over the years.  I started off being a liberal feminist, but I always had radical leanings.  During the 90′s, when I was in my 20′s, the movie “I Shot Andy […]

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18 Aug Posted by in • Guest Writers | 1 comment

Lesbian Escort Services?

Lesbian Escort Services?

So, I have this ‘honey do’ list. Don’t you? Even when I don’t have a honey I have a honey do list—maybe I should rename it. Anyway, I was looking for someone to help me with the things I’m bad at or just plain hate to do. I consulted Craigslist and the Lesbian pages to […]

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31 Mar Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off

#Hashtag: A Lesbian Cyber Love Story

#Hashtag: A Lesbian Cyber Love Story

Marie Alton, star of #Hashtag a new series by tello Films, showing at OML’s Film Festival at the Dinah this Friday, tells Epochalips the inside scoop! #Hashtag is exciting for me because it deals with relevant issues in a way I haven’t seen yet. It’s the search for love and connection in the world of […]

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28 Jan Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off

A Guide to Going Top Free

A Guide to Going Top Free

Aside from being perpetually bare-chested at home when it’s sweltering out, my two most recent topfree moments this week were: changing shirts at the booth I was staffing at the SF Marathon Expo (with my back turned), and taking my shirt off on a trail while my friend fixed his flat.  People’s reactions?  Well, I […]

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25 Nov Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off

New Music – ‘There is No God’

New Music – ‘There is No God’

I have spent the last twelve years impersonating a 70′s country western star named Kitty Rose. Kitty had a loud personality, drawl, wearing cheesy western suits and large cowboy hats. “Kitty” sang (and very well, I might gloat) her own original country western tunes along with classics from Tammy Wynette to Loretta Lynn. Then a […]

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21 Nov Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off

New Lesbian Film ‘All About Sarah Miles’

New Lesbian Film ‘All About Sarah Miles’

I began writing lesbian novels and short stories when I realised that there really wasn’t enough content in this genre. Striving to fill the void, my wife suggested that I use my imagination skills and put them down on paper. Five years later I have published twenty books and written a screenplay. I enjoy writing […]

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19 Nov Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off

Danielle Earle’s ‘Lovers Game’

Danielle Earle’s ‘Lovers Game’

Lover’s Game was a development that I started during the time of my Grandmother’s passing in December of 2012. It was an incredibly emotional time for me, especially because I was also dealing with an internal battle with my own sexuality. It was after the second season had ended of Brooklyn Is In Love, At […]

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