this weekend tour was awesome!
as far as style is concerned, I feel like there is a war inside of me between an 80s butch biker lady and a 1950s honky tonk girl
on the way to New York for a few shows! check alisonself.com for details
nice things to say to people:
- You worked really hard today. well done.
- I am impressed by your patience.
- You made me smile today.
- I thought of you today and thought I’d just let you know.
- You are important to me.
an exercise in “how jaded about this city can I get?”
Thursday, March 20th, from 7-8:30pm at Tuckahoe Library (1901 Starling Drive, Henrico VA), the Richmond Lesbian Feminists are holding a discussion titled “Women Loving Women: What’s in a Name?” on the various terms, titles, and identities for women who love women.
This event is free, and open to all women.
Trans* Prom 2014: “Enchantment Under the Sea”
Saturday, April 19th, at 9pm, at the Gay Community Center of Richmond (1407 Sherwood Avenue, Richmond VA), the GCCR is hosting a prom for trans* people and allies. This year’s theme is Enchantment Under the Sea.
Tickets are $10 ahead of time and $15 at the door. All funds raised will go towards Natalie Gates’ medically necessary gender confirmation surgery.