Posts Tagged ‘mini interviews’

Open Relationship Mini Interview with Spark: Free Agents

12/10/2012  |  1 Comment

1. What insight about open relationships do you wish you had when you started? This certainly doesn't apply to every relationship.... more

Open Relationship Mini Interview with Yarrow: Complex Organic Poly Web

12/10/2012  |  2 Comments

On Friday, I sent a request for information from friends and acquaintances and smarty-pants folks in my life who I... more

Mini Interview: Just Jess

06/10/2011  |  No Comments

"I'm not sure that I identify with the word "butch". I mean, people may see me as butch, but I wouldn't say that I am. I absolutely love my butch sisters but I just don't feel like it describes me the way that I see myself."more

Mini Interview: Jiz Lee

Mini Interview: Jiz Lee

05/18/2011  |  No Comments

"My butch is generally easy-going, and brings me closest to my casual, gender-neutral life-style. Dress-up occasions tend to bring out the more flamboyant parts of myself, depending on the context, my butch helps me stand apart and express genderqueer visibility."more

Angie Evans: Mini-Interview

03/28/2011  |  5 Comments

"[Butch] represents the way I walk in the world and represents the sisters and brothers who have come before me. It is a part of my herstory. By owning my female masculinity I own the word butch, thus, I own myself."more

Wendi Kali: Mini-Interview

03/25/2011  |  1 Comment

"I identify myself as a motorcycle riding butch lesbian, writer, photographer and self-explorer learning to love and accept myself. I will answer to “Sir” or “Ma’am” but prefer to be described as “handsome” rather than “beautiful”. I am a woman who enjoys binding, packing and moving fluidly between genders."more

Tobi Hill-Meyer: Mini-Interview

03/21/2011  |  1 Comment

"As a butch I think it’s important to speak to my relationship to femmes, femmephobia and the privileging of masculinity. I certainly get crap for being gender non-conforming (on top of crap for being trans), but as a butch trans woman it’s easier for me to separate being gender non-conforming and being masculine."more

Miriam Zoila Perez: Mini-Interview

03/04/2011  |  1 Comment

"I came up feeling afraid to claim it in case people decided I wasn't butch "enough." My butchness isn't particularly tough, or hard. My masculinity is more akin to queer male masculinity—faggy butch, you might call it."more

AT: Mini-Interview

02/28/2011  |  2 Comments

Butch says it as no other label can. Butches, for the most part, present tough and perform tender. I love the word Butch as it well characterizes the stuff of Butch.more

Jenni Olson: Mini-Interview

02/25/2011  |  4 Comments

"Butch is a word that helps me speak proudly about a very important aspect of myself. I love that it enables me to embrace so many of my unique and special qualities in a celebratory way and to connect with others who are interested in dialogue about gender difference in society (especially other butches, and the girls who "get" me). "more