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08 Apr Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Lesbian Startalk: Aries

Lesbian Startalk: Aries

Lesbian Startalk: Aries

April is the month of Aries, fiery, impatient, impulsive, in a hurry, the adventurer, full of energy and enthusiasm and quick to anger...

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14 Mar Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Coming Out at the Guesthouse

Coming Out at the Guesthouse

Coming Out at the Guesthouse

So, the cats could stay, but what about the Lesbians? We were, mildly reticent about our visibility on Airbnb’s world stage.

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14 Mar Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Lesbian Startalk: March – Pisces

Lesbian Startalk: March – Pisces

Lesbian Startalk: March – Pisces

Pisces is the sign of vision, spirituality, dreams, imagination, compassion, and sacrifice for the good of the whole. It’s the sign of Universal Consciousness, sort of like seeing the forest, but missing the trees. The details are left to its opposite sign of Virgo.

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25 Feb Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on My Butch Career: Esther Newton’s Memoir

My Butch Career: Esther Newton’s Memoir

My Butch Career: Esther Newton’s Memoir

Finally, I looked down at the floor and mumbled, “I think I might be a homosexual.” The doctor considered while he took this in. My heart beat frantically. It seemed I must be struck dead, that the stucco walls of his house would hate me, crush me. This was in the spring of 1957. The Doctor said...

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21 Feb Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Lesbian Van Life: One Regret in Hamilton, Montana

Lesbian Van Life: One Regret in Hamilton, Montana

Lesbian Van Life: One Regret in Hamilton, Montana

The American flags and Trump/Pence bumper stickers on the backs of Ford and Chevy trucks, just below the gun racks were the giveaway...

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11 Feb Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on February Lesbian Star Talk

February Lesbian Star Talk

February Lesbian Star Talk

Welcome to the year of the Pig, or Boar, as some prefer. And, I’ve heard the Golden Pig (or Boar). This is a year of abundance, prosperity and happiness. It’s beneficial for teaching, philanthropy, and spirituality. We’re encouraged to stay close to friends and family. It’s also a time to end toxic relationships. The colors […]

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21 Jan Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Becoming a Modern Elder

Becoming a Modern Elder

Becoming a Modern Elder

By Kathy Belge “Please tell me we’re not old enough to be elders,” my friend said when I told her I’d be spending a week at the Modern Elder Academy in Baja, Mexico.  And truth be told, I was having a hard time embracing the concept myself. At 53, I hid my age at work, […]

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02 Jan Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Lesbian Startalk – Capricorn

Lesbian Startalk – Capricorn

Lesbian Startalk –  Capricorn

Happy New Year! I hope you all had good and safe holidays. January begins with a star show for early risers, with the Moon crossing Venus on the first, Jupiter on the 3rd, and Mercury on the 4th. It’s a lovely sight if you’re up early. The Moon then moves into Capricorn and meets the […]

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12 Dec Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on December Lesbian Startalk – Sagittarius

December Lesbian Startalk – Sagittarius

December Lesbian Startalk – Sagittarius

December is the month of Sagittarius, playful, athletic, outdoorsy, and the jokester of the zodiac. Sagittarius is also the philosopher, the perpetual student, optimistic, moral, and can be judgmental. They can be restless and love to travel. Sagittarius is an adaptable sign, it aims high and is self-expressive and can be tactless. We all have […]

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18 Nov Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Paradise Lost – It’s in the Air

Paradise Lost – It’s in the Air

Paradise Lost – It’s in the Air

By Lisa Merigian Can’t sleep. Can’t eat. Can’t catch my breath. The enormity and magnitude of the loss continues to descend on me in waves—increments of horror. Not just for the personal tragedy of my own family, but for the sheer scope of the loss of a community, a wildlife habitat, a history, and the thousands […]

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