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dyke  // Posts tagged as "dyke"

23 Feb Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off

Top 5 Sex Tips for Lez-elder-bians

Top 5 Sex Tips for Lez-elder-bians

There is a significant lack of information designed for older lesbians about sex. The sex manuals, videotape series, and Cosmopolitan-type magazine articles for heterosexual women do not contain lesbian-specific tips and may be misleading, and the lesbian-specific sex books and videos are geared to a much younger audience.  So what is the older lesbian to […]

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31 Jan Posted by in • Robin Lowey | 1 comment

Reasons to Love Jane Lynch

Reasons to Love Jane Lynch

I first noticed the queerness in Jane as Harrison Ford’s best friend in The Fugitive. She has always had a self-possessed manner that says “dyke” to me but really just means she’s a strong woman with a wicked sense of humor and a deadpan delivery. Ten years ago she burst into mainstream popularity in her […]

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29 Dec Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off

What I Have in Common with David Wojnarowicz

What I Have in Common with David Wojnarowicz

Last November, the edited ACT UP version of David Wojnarowicz’s artwork video, A Fire in My Belly, was removed from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Show, Hide/Seek Difference and Desire in American Portraiture, because it offended conservative Rep. John Boehner and The Catholic League.  Its removal offended almost everyone else who cares about art and […]

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29 Oct Posted by in • Guest Writers | 5 comments

Lesbian History – DYKE A Quarterly

Lesbian History – DYKE A Quarterly

Penny House and I had been best friends since we were four years old. It was 1975, we were in our mid-twenties, had just recently come out, and were ready to take on the world. All over the United States Lesbians were getting together to make culture – music, theater, art, film, poetry and all […]

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25 Jul Posted by in • Robin Lowey | Comments Off

Dykes in the Wilderness

Dykes in the Wilderness

‘When we are in transformative process, we can allow the tears to flow without self-judgement. We are willing to be present to ourselves for as long as it takes, and as messy as it gets.” Ernest Holmes said it well, and I try my best to believe it, every day. Lately, I think I’ve turned […]

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