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This is what I do: I keep score. I count the number of Lesbian Sex
Moments, Lesbian Foreplay Moments, Non-Lesbian Sex Moments and Lesbian
Squabbles. I monitor and record the fluctuation of my bisexuality on a
Kinsey Scale. I give you your weekly Kittism and your weekly Jenny Moment
and your Quote of the Week. I give you Screencaps.
I'm totally getting back to this blog ASAP. Because you know what? If I.C.
can write The L Word without any regard for the emotional well-being and/or
admiration of her fans/dedicated-haters, then I can write Automatic Straddle
without any regard for the fact that The L Word isn't on right now. Like: I
don't need you! I found this great lube, called Boy Butter?
In the meantime, there's my other blog:
Called Automatic Win.
Or go outside and play in traffic or play with your Video Game Machines,
whatever it is you kids're doing these days.
Or you could take a look in a book in Reading Rainbow!
I wish computers'd been invented when I was ages 6-8, so I could've recapped
RR: LeVar's reading Sylvester and the Magic Pebble in a turquoise "shirt" he
must've stolen off the Star Trek set. He looks like
Guinan were a homosexual color-blind man.
Really though, you should read some lesbo-books, because books will keep you
off drugs [though a smooth flat surface has its temptations] and off the
streets. If you buy books through the links below, I'm gifted a small
financial percentage of your spending ['cause I'm an Amazon.com "Associate,"
which anyone can sign up for, I'm not special or anything], so it's a tip
AND a book. Double trouble, if you will.
Surface Tension: Love, Sex and Politics Between Lesbian and Straight
Women is a book I never would've known about if I hadn't stumbled upon it in
a used book-store and now I'm so privileged to share this discovery with
y'all. It's got Elizabeth Wurtzel on her envy of Amy Ray and Melissa
Etheridge's relative emotional abandon, L Word guest star/filmmaker
Guinevere Turner on her girlhood best friend/crush, Michelle T. Clinton on
wanting to be "The Perfect Bisexual," and superstars like Grace Paley,
Gloria Steinham, Dorothy Allison and Susie Bright.
I'm not putting The Well of Loneliness on this list, because, though it's a
classic -- as I've mentioned before and as it's title implies: it made me
totally suicidal. [I mean that proverbially, weirdos.]
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