billboards and blasphemy: small-town sex on the american highway

And now, a break from your regularly scheduled starry-eyed rants about leather archives and the sparing of yet another glowing gushing note about how Riley continues to provide me with delicious and nutritious tidbits of Canadian leatherdyke history in an entirely above-and-beyond-the-call-of-duty use of his research skills and LA&M volunteer position. (Hmmm… did I say I’d spare … More billboards and blasphemy: small-town sex on the american highway

a history unwritten: leatherdykes in canada

Somewhere around 2 a.m. last night, I had a revelation. It may very well be a life-changing one. No, I’m not kidding. So depending on how eagle-eyed you are and how often you read this blog, you may have noticed that when I originally posted yesterday’s announcement about Unholy Harvest, it read “Canada’s first-ever weekend for … More a history unwritten: leatherdykes in canada

bisex_u_elles, unholiness and generalized organizer excitement

Today I’m writing from a strange computer in a strange city: Chicago. Well, it’s only strange because I’ve never been here before. I’m sure I’ll come out with one more city on my lengthening list of fun places to visit. I promise that once I spend seven hours completely geeking out at the Leather Archives and Museum, I … More bisex_u_elles, unholiness and generalized organizer excitement