“Sometimes, when you’re in the business of parenting, you have to phone a friend for a bit of perspective and advice. Sometimes, you have to phone more than one.”
Did you once kill a wasp with your bare hands so it wouldn’t sting your daughter? Did you raise a thriving family in a homophobic community? Was there some seemingly insignificant moment that was anything but which made you realize that you were unstoppable in your own unique way? We want to hear about it!
She didn’t say “I have suspected this for years and I still love you.” It went more like a Scared Straight kind of thing but instead of scaring me about drugs and a life of crime, she wanted to scare me straight, straight. “Just Say No to Lesbianism” straight.
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“As a lesbian mom, it was especially hard to fight the urge to do the “right” thing, however slippery a concept that was, because I was representing a community, not just myself, I thought.”
There’s no wrong way to read a word, but sometimes there are so many ways it’s hard to choose which fits you best. Let’s review your options so you can always ride the reading rainbow with ease.
Alex, Gabby and Riese share gripping accounts of their conversions to o.b.® tampons… with illustrations.
Take everything you know — or don’t know — about gardening and put it in a bunch of neat containers all over the place!
In this special edition of our o.b.® tampons-sponsored “Custom Fit” series, we go over how to fit a workout into all kinds of lifestyles! Also, we have a big announcement about our special o.b.® brand dedicated page!
We’ll be attending and liveblogging Aqua Girl®: a legendary lesbian event happening this May in Miami that you should also consider attending. Why? Well for one, all proceeds go towards the Aqua Foundation for Women. And here’s where I tell you all about it.
“Don’t let anyone tell you how many bedrooms you have, is what I’m saying.”
Good news: the only thing standing between you in your sweatpants and you as a vision in vests is a pair of scissors and a sewing machine.