Posts Tagged ‘words’

April in photos, part two: IMsL, green hills hike, and some personal moments

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Follow me on Instagram! Butch. YOU GUYZ. My boy made fries from scratch. How'd he do that?? The... more

Ask Mr. Sexsmith Anything: What words compliment a butch lover?

08/29/2013  |  5 Comments

Dear Mr. Sexsmith, My butch lover refers to me as gorgeous, luscious, beautiful... [but] I just don't think those kind... more

What Are Some Sex Positive Words for Women?

05/07/2011  |  7 Comments

Looks like this came from the Dallas Slut Walk—but I'm not sure of its exact origin. I found it on... more

Define: Masculine of Center

10/27/2010  |  4 Comments

I've been throwing this phrase around a lot lately, but I realize I haven't actually defined it or credited it.... more

Word of the Day: Antevasin

02/12/2010  |  No Comments

I'm not one who tends to read bestsellers. In fact, when I do pick up—and like—a bestseller such that I... more

Define: Spectrum Banging

01/07/2010  |  6 Comments

I'm not sure exactly where the term spectrum banging came from—my friends and I used it in college, I have... more

Definitions of Butch & Femme

09/11/2009  |  22 Comments

Way back in April, for Sugarbutch's third anniversary, I offered up an "ask me anything" thread where readers could ask... more

Consider it “The Sugarbutch Hot 100″

06/26/2009  |  25 Comments

So, now that the trans discussion is calming down a little bit, I'm starting to get a slew of feedback... more

Define: Courtly

12/08/2008  |  9 Comments

Back in September, I asked for a word for someone who accepts chivalry. We had a lively discussion in the comments about what that person would be called. I really like the word "courtly" - here's why.more

Define: Identity Alignment Assumptions

12/02/2008  |  17 Comments

An identity alignment assumption is the assumption that one's identity categories align with what is either a stereotype or a dominant compulsory cultural norm. more