Herstory Pirate
Vagina power
Michfest
and more!

Occupy North America slide show

Where Are You in This Evolution/Revolution?

Occupy Wall Street
A letter to the tea party youth

Consumer Economy =Greed, exploitaion, poverty and enviormental destruction! Where are you in this evolution?

Dehumanization of capitalism-
Divest to save Darfur
Human Trafficing
Act Now!

Goddessboi musings

No More Down Low TV Celebrates one year!
Black her/history

Herstory,
Are you a feminist?
The erotic as power by Audre Lorde

Love Your MaMa!
Biotech salmon faces scrutiny at FDA panel

New year
Where will your heart live
this year?
Winter Solstice chart
Haiti contact sites

Universal Declaration of Human Rights Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi

Astrology

Butchness

White privilege =
Bail out!Great wall street robbery

Love Letter to Michfest!

LGBTQ fabulous

About butchculture.com

We'Moon calendar book2011, Star codes Heather Roan Robbins
Link for Starhawk

Butch Voices 2010

Butchculture.com takes 2nd Place in the Butch Voices Video Contest! 2009

MichiganWomyn's Music Festival
Not just Theroy!
Welcome Home the book by Angela Jimenez

International and local Womyn and politics

Piercing of a bear by Amiee
The Beared Lady
Provincetown MA , and more!

Who rocks the planet !
Music
Poetry
Film

Post racial /identity politics?

Obama's page!

Spying China

Maddow Makes Politics Rock

Gender, sexuality,politics

Organic food

Readers page Books and site links

Benazir Bhutto
1953-2007

On War CNN Christiane Amanpour Scream Bloody Murder link
A letter from Comedian
Karen Williams

Lesbians and television

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Butch culture is a site dedicated to promoting social justice,eco feminist and pagan perspectives on gender and the world. Gathering images of butch lesbian and queer culture and those who love them and all who dare to be powerful.

Citizens Before Corporations
The real power, as you and I well know, is collective.
I can't affored to be afraid of you, nor you of me.
If it takes head-on collisions,let's do it:
This polite timidity is killing us.
Cherri'e Moraga

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
WILPF.org

"You Move Me" Gina Loring (Def Poetry)


Melissa Harris-Lacewell is Associate Professor of Politics and African American Studies at Princeton University

Womens Media Center

U People Nominated for a GLAAD Media Award

Maggie Walker: A Rich Legacy for the Black Woman Entrepreneur

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Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind

Renew and Release: The MobileHomeComing Presents A Healing Circle from Alexis Gumbs on Vimeo.


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Medusa Pimps Down, Flows Up


"When I dare to be powerful - to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid". "The quality of light by which we scrutinize our lives has direct bearing upon the product which we live, and upon the changes which we hope to bring about through those lives." ( Poetry Is Not A Luxury) "I have come to believe over and over again that what is most important to me must be spoken, made verbal and shared, even at the risk of having it bruised or misunderstood." "The master's tools will never dismantle the masters house.
Audre Lorde


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Margret-Henningsen /Her Own Bank-Check her out! Can't seem to find a link that works to click from here. Seach the web- The story.org or just her name.


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Butch Mystique first aired on Showtime during Black History Month in 2004. It's a rare breed, a documentary focusing on butch-identified African-American lesbians in the San Francisco area. Through interviews, issues of power, lifestyle, masculine/feminine energies, outward appearance, and identity are examined. There aren't any pat answers and definitions, but personal stories about individual lives and identities. Also covers the sometime dangers of being perceived as a black male, the hatred of some straight men towards butches, the attractions of some gay men, and the issue of sexual penetration. They're all "women who go outside of that female box that we're told we have to fit in." Butch-Mystique



Karen Williams


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Trey anthony is a black queer activist, playwright, comedian and actor. She was born in England and currently resides in Toronto, Canada. She wrote the hit play 'da Kink in my Hair, which played to sold-out audiences at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto. 'Da Kink features an all black female cast and is rooted in issues central to black womyn's lives. 'Da Kink is about creating a new voice in theatre. And now, 'da Kink television series is currently in development for CBC television and Vision Television. treyanthony

Steven G. Fullwood is a collector of Black Gay history. He is the curator of the Black Gay and Lesbian Archive, developed for the sole purpose of documenting Black Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Same Gender Loving cultures. BGLA officially began in 2000 and presently holds hundreds of items. “I have books, magazines, journals, flyers, music, film/videos, and other related files that so far measures twelve linear feet,” he said. “Actually the archive started before I started it, meaning that much of what I owned as a collector inaugurated the archive.


Ebony Chunky Love

Andrea Meyerson talks with New York-based drag king and spoken word artist, Dred.



Valetines Day- Politics of chocolate!
What you might want to Know and what you can do!

www.antislavery.org
Forced labour in the cocoa industry The issue of forced labour in the production of chocolate hit the headlines in 2000 and 2001. Several years on, we look at the situation now, and ask you to take action to ensure progress that has been made is translated into real improvements in the lives of those being exploited. Read background information on what we know, what has been done, and what more needs to happen to rid the cocoa industry of forced labour and trafficking. What can I do? · Contact the major chocolate companies · Support fair trade. Buy fairly traded products.




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