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If you just have an opinion on something dealing with the gay community I would love to hear from you. Or if you are an artist, musician, poet, creator ETC. and you are a part of the GLBT community I need your stories, bios, and/or opinions.

Basically, I want to hear from you because what you are doing and what you know is interesting to me, besides that, you as a lesbian are important to me!

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  1. Hey! I work for Creative Entertainment Group. We promote thousands of shows a year. One of the bands we work a lot with is Lez Zeppelin, an all-female tribute to Led Zeppelin. I was wondering if you were interested in posting about it.

    Let me know 😉

    1. Yes, I am very familiar and I am very interested! Please contact me and let me know more pinkinthesheets at gmail dot com.

  2. Oh Yes!
    I want my voice heard because
    out in the real world the women don’t listen
    or give me the time of day! No matter to me.
    One thing I must warn the lesbians is to be careful when a woman comes on too strong. Find out as much as you can about the woman before it gets too far. See I have had NO ONE teach me anything about relationships. I grew up w/o a Dad, my Mom didn’t pay any attention so I had to find out on my own.
    I had a 2 month relationship with a woman who used me as a rebound. I did not know what a rebound was because no one talked to me.
    I got ignored throughout my life though. Hey thats how it was for me. Treated like a ghost. Teachers,Mother, anyone that mattered.
    Get to know the woman.
    Be selective.

    1. Yes I agree with you you really need to know who you get involved with. I mean my last relationships things moved a bit too fast and at first it was going great I got caught up in the moment and went along. But long story short she ended up being kinda of a psycho. I wasn’t exactly a rebound just has to deal with her ex’s drama. My advice to you is follow your instincts. Take care

  3. A word of advice to all you lesbians
    Be the most confident outspoken woman you can be!
    Walk with a swagger, be a little bit arrogant.
    Trust me when I say that for all of my life I’ve been bullied
    since I was old enough to play in the sandbox thru the adult years when I came out then getting bullied & humiliated by the women. Check me out on Facebook. I’m the REAL DEAL.
    Walk with confidence. NO FEAR!

  4. Would love people to check out our blog, we cover our relationship, planning our wedding, and bits about equality, gay rights and feeling comfortable with your sexuality. We’re at 2bridesto2mummies dot blogspot dot com. Thanks 🙂

  5. Hi Mz. Pink

    My name is Rischa, and I like your blog! It Has lots of Moxie.

    I’m doing a study with Lesbian Bisexual and Queer women, and I was hoping that you could mention research on your blog/facebook, and share this with your friends.

    Hello,

    I am writing to ask that you please forward this request for research participation to individuals who are 18 years of age or older, who self-identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer, or questioning (LBQ) women. The purpose of this study is to learn about gender presentation and substance use in LBQ women.

    Make sure your experiences are heard, be a part of LBQ research!

    You can complete a brief, anonymous 45-minute survey by going to http://www.lbqresearch.wordpress.com. If you would prefer, I could also provide you with a hard copy of the survey and a self-addressed envelop. If you or anyone you know is interested in participating, or if you have any questions pertaining to this study, please contact me, S. Rischa Gottlieb at stephanie.gottlieb10@stjohns.edu

    This study had been approved by the St. John’s University IRB. Thank you for your time.

  6. Hey I have joined a group of friends writing different genres and I am the Tuesday feature story. It is based on a personal experience it is called “An unexpected desire” and can be found at http://storytimewithcathyandherfriends.blogspot.com/2012/04/unexpected-desire.html
    It is a story about two women who cant fight the attraction they have for eachother but for one is purely physcial while the other feels a more emotional connection. It results in one’s heart being broken and as she tries to move on with someone else the other woman finds that she cannot afford to loose her.

  7. I’d like to introduce my blog. It’s a whimsical and humorous telling by an older lesbian whose done the “scene” for 30+ years. My blog, Forgetful After Fifty (http://www.forgetfulafterfifty.blogspot.com), explores lesbian life, the aurthor’s own existential angst and the often strange reflections about life itself that occur when you’re over fifty. Perhaps you’ll chuckle or even laugh out loud a little. Hopefully, you’ll just enjoy it!!!

  8. I am an Arab Lesbian. I always knew I liked girls since I remember but I was brought up in an environment where I was conditioned to expect marriage to a man at some point in my life. But at the same time it was a segregated society so I was not under any pressure to have a boy friend so that was a relief, but I still felt conflicted and not sure of myself until I was 17 when I met a girl class mate at school and we hit it off, then one day while we were hanging out, it happened… We kissed and it was wonderful. I finally realized who I am and that society was the problem not me. However, this happiness was cut short when she got married off a few months later. I was devestated, but it was the day I grew up and finally came to terms with myself and how I was going to deal with it. I left that society!! I managed to moved to the US and now I am very happy being myself. I still remember her every now and then and wonder what happened to her, that girl who helped me with her tender kiss. I wonder if she is happy. Recently I saw a great movie called “Three Veils” (You can find it online or on amazon) which truely reflected what Middle Eastern lesbians go through. Not all of us get out and so much work needs to be done there. Anyway, I wanted to share my story in the hope that it would inspire others not to be afraid of who they are. Thanks for reading.

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    Thought.

    Through a powerful and highly-unexpected plot twist, Linda Kay Silva’s ‘Man Eaters’ causes readers to question
    their own beliefs and attitudes to life. Hailed by critics as a positive step towards ending discrimination, Silva’s
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    For Immediate Release

    Danville, CA – There’s no denying the 2012 has been the year of the Zombie. With sales of zombie literature up
    over 500%, the genre has seen its most successful year to date. However, while most zombie thrillers tell fictional
    stories with little real-world relevance, a new novel by Linda Kay Silva is giving readers some real food for thought.

    ‘Man Eaters’ is no ordinary zombie thriller. Fusing its gripping story with a plot twist that will make readers think, it
    stands out in its genre as a totally unique work.

    Synopsis:

    “They prey only on human flesh, and as the virus spreads and the horde of man eaters grows, firefighter, Dallas
    Barkley struggles hourly to keep her little band of survivors from the grasp of killers who never tire, never sleep,
    and never quit longing to make a meal out of them. As martial law sweeps through the country, Dallas’s new family
    must fight off not only voracious man eaters and a deadly military containment procedure, but rogue survivors
    who obey no law of the land as they wantonly take from those they perceive as weaker.

    But Dallas and her people are far from weak. With a cowgirl named Roper and a medic called Butcher, these three
    women must brave the darkest hours of the bloodiest days as they work together to create a safe haven in a world
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    Only by forging bonds stronger than death can they hope to beat back the hordes of undead.”

    As the author explains, her novel is unlike anything ever written before.

    “The story has an amazing twist in its plot; something we don’t want to give away here,” says Silva, who has won
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    She continues, “However, what I can say is that this is the perfect novel for the thinking person. It is likely to make
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    Since its release, the book has garnered a consistent string of rave reviews.

    “This book had me from the very first page… I was immediately drawn in to the strange and frightening world that
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    Another reader, Charliz, was equally as impressed. She wrote, “What a great story! If you are a lover of all things
    zombie as I am this is a must read. I fell in love with the characters. They are captivating in their journey to try to
    find safety, not only from the hordes of zombies but from our own government.”

    With so much success in her hands, Silva remains focused on what is really important.

    “I want Man Eaters to provide both a captivating story and a thinking/talking point among its readers. Early
    feedback suggests that both of these are true, which is very satisfying to hear,” she concludes.

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    About the Author:

    Linda Kay Silva is a Harley riding, animal rescuing literature professor at a military university where she teaches
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    Contact

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  10. I did not see a book section on the page but I think it would be excellent to share recent favorite reads. I recently read the new book The Horde by Linda Kay Silva and loved it! Lesbian romance, adventure and zombies with a twist! I recommend you check it out!

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