LGBT Vocab 101 – How not to sound like a naive quidiot

I’m fairly new to the LGBTQ-mmunity having only found myself as a gay women in spring 2015. When I first started to identify as gay or lesbian I knew nothing, but more so than just not knowing how to be gay, I didn’t know how to speak gay or how to interact with people in… Read More

It’s not like that! – a commentary on poly comedy “You Me Her”

A trailblazing new comedy centered on polyamorous relationships. You Me Her is not your standard rom com. Or even standard polyromance. The circumstances surrounding this married couples entry into the world on non-monogamy is strange. An escort, an ex-lesbian, and a best intentioned husband become entangled and two lovers become three. Jack and Emma are… Read More

Lez Prom- A second chance for Austin’s LGBTQ-mmunity

Many lesbians were unable or chose not to attend their own proms. They were afraid to take the person they really wanted. They would not fit in wearing a cross gendered outfit. They could not be themselves openly. Today, although more high schools are welcoming of LGBT youth, many still feel uncomfortable and unsafe dressing as… Read More

How to be fearless & the most powerful words I ever spoke

Faye Hello… I was not born Fearless. Not by surname, birthright, or character. It did not come by enlightenment or tragedy. It was not given. It was taken. Like most of you I was made fun of growing up. Children love criticizing anything unique in the individual. When you are young, homogeny is the goal. I… Read More

How to be fearless & the most powerful words I ever spoke

Faye Hello… I was not born Fearless. Not by surname, birthright, or character. It did not come by enlightenment or tragedy. It was not given. It was taken. Like most of you I was made fun of growing up. Children love criticizing anything unique in the individual. When you are young, homogeny is the goal. I… Read More