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VIDEO: How to celebrate coming out… with a boob cake

A new Femme on a Mission vlog!

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Poem for a Monday Morning: Love after Love

“The time will come when […] you will love again the stranger that was yourself.”

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Let’s Hear It for the Bois

Hi here are lots of pictures for you

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Girl in a Gay Bar: Femme Fashion Edition

In which I contradict myself by telling you what to wear, and then telling you to wear whatever the fuck you want.

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VIDEO: How I found my femme

My journey to embracing femme

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Poem for a Monday Morning: Bleeding

Written by a lady-gay!

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Oo! Shiny New Features!

Femme on a Mission is growing – check out the new fun things to do!

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Pretty Lady: Queen Rania of Jordan

Beautiful AND bad-ass.

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VIDEO: The Real L Word girls address lesbian stereotypes

“Are you sure? You don’t look like a lesbian.”

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You need to see this: A message from a butch to all femmes

I cried.

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Girl in a Gay Bar: A Femme’s First Time

“I stood up, mumbled ‘F*ck it’ under my breath, and walked into the crowd of dancing lesbians.”

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Poem for a Monday Morning: e. e. cummings (reprise)

Good morning! Here’s a pick-me-up from my favorite poet of all time. Also he says “gay” in it, so there’s that.

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“Would you be straight if you could?”

My answer: not in a million years.

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femme on a mission vlog: femme fashion fail

plus putting life in perspective. Here’s the CNN video you must watch. So what should I do with my ugly-ass hair? And more importantly, what should we do about the discrimination in this country that just won’t seem to go away? Related Articles femme on a mission vlog: how i came out to my mother

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Where are all the LGBT books?

The first love of my life was books. I was pretty young (three or four) when my older sister first started learning how to read, but I was fascinated by the way little symbols on a page could turn into sounds, then words, then ideas. I would gobble up her Hooked-on-Phonics readers, and those little […]

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