Archive for January, 2011

Review: X-Harness

01/31/2011  |  1 Comment

The first time I tried on a chest harness was at a leather festival. I put it on over my... more

Friday Reads: Dear John, I Love Jane

01/28/2011  |  12 Comments

Seal Press recently released a much needed addition to queer identity narratives in the anthology Dear John, I Love Jane:... more

AJ Stacy: Mini-Interview

01/28/2011  |  4 Comments

[When I think of "butch,"] I think of me, by default, or people like me, who have too much style when we walk into the men's section at the department store. The word "Butch" is sexy, it's strong. more

B. Cole: Mini-Interview

01/28/2011  |  1 Comment

I've been a stud, a dom, a butch, and a boi across my journey of life. It's been important to claim my identity as a masculine of center womyn, to make peace with myself. I prefer female pronouns and as long as you don't call me lady or m'am, we'll be fine. more

Heavenly Spire

01/27/2011  |  No Comments

Yes, this is a bit of an advertisement for queer porn director Shine Louise Houston's newest project Heavenly Spire, but... more

Good Girl, Bad Girl

01/27/2011  |  12 Comments

WARNING: This story contains Daddy/girl play (and dirty talk). Part I. Sometimes, I am a Bad Daddy: I hate it. I... more

Elisha Lim’s Queer Love Cards

01/25/2011  |  No Comments

Artist Elisha Lim is now also selling Queer Love Cards at their Etsy shop. Says Elisha: "The cards are about... more

Gina Mamone: Mini-Interview

01/24/2011  |  2 Comments

This generation of butch identified / masculine of center individuals are changing what it means to be butch - making it bigger and more accessible for those to come and it’s all being documented in real time through social media - it’s a very exciting & fascinating time.more

Achilles’ Heel at Sideshow, February 8th

01/23/2011  |  No Comments

Join us at Sideshow on February 8th with readers Melissa Gira Grant, Rohin Guha, Aimee Herman, and Christa Orth. Sideshow: The... more

Rachel Venning: Mini-Interview

01/21/2011  |  1 Comment

Being butch has always been part of my queer identity. When I was young my friends and I loved to talk about “what kind of butch are you?” Now that I’m headed into my silver fox years it’s just an identity that has sat well with me for a long time. And I acknowledge other butches out there as much as I can, with the butch nod or a “hi.”more