Five Queerability Life Hacks For A Lesbian With the Flu

Update: For those who are new to my blog, I am living with disability but this post is intended to explore how getting a routine sickness exacerbates things – in this case, how the flu impacts our everyday queerability, not to suggest the flu is the same thing as a disability! Sorry for any confusion. […]

Are Lesbians a Little Too Tart?

Did you feel a lot of pressure with January’s NaBloPoMo? As I wrap up my fourth month of continuous daily blogging, I have to admit that January was a pressure month.  A few times, I felt pressured to come up with something – anything – to write about on my blog. Other days, the ideas […]

Why Do Young People Think ‘Just One Step’ =s Accessibility?

Generation XYZ Think about the generation immediately younger or older than you. What do you understand least about them — and what can you learn from them? I am a member of Generation X (born in 1970) so this is a difficult question for me to address. Technically, the next generation would be Millenials (born […]

Persuasion is Spelled with Three R’s

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If you could persuade people to do one thing right now, what would it be? Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Here’s why –  this is a change in behavior that requires a lot of attention to detail, planning, read of labels and so forth. It even requires some moderate increase in physical activity. So it has immediate […]

Can A Lesbian Be Influential in Pittsburgh?

Are you good at influencing other people? No.

Things You Can Learn From a Ledcat

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BFFs What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned from the person you’re the closest to? 1. Pick one glass. Rinse and reuse all day. Put in the dishwasher. Voila. 2. If I borrow her socks and roll them into a ball in the hamper, she catches me. If I put in the hamper unfolded BUT […]

My Ignorance of AIDS and LGBTQ History: A Review of Dallas Buyers Club

On September 5, 1991, I was a college senior at Marymount University in Arlingtong, Virginia. I had no idea that a few miles down Glebe Road, a giant condom action was launched at the home of Senator Jesse Helms – an action centered around HIV/AIDS treatment. Mind you, I read the Washington Post each day. […]

26 things that I experienced when I was 26 years old

It’s January 26. Write a post in which the number 26 plays a role. 26 things that I experienced when I was 26 years old 1. Broken heart. My then-boyfriend Nic was cheating on me with a woman  whom he later married. I found them at a Bennigan’s and he formally dumped me on my […]

You Might Be Paranoid, But You Still Might Be Right – Here’s How To Find Out

Social Media

Teach Your (Bloggers) Well We all know how to do something well — write a post that teaches readers how to do something you know and/or love to do. Something I know how to do well is use social media and Internet research to help me solve problems. I don’t mean to just Google an […]