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Most of my dreams revolve around me immersed in a math test knowing no answers and having no clothes. I wake from these visions in a cold sweat, thankful that I’m out of school. This morning I woke in a sweat of a different kind…

When my dream starts, I am a lesbian contestant on RuPaul’s Drag race. You laugh, but it was a serious matter. How is a lesbian supposed to compete with drag queens? I wear makeup to funerals and weddings–these girls sleep with false eyelashes on. All night long I sewed fabric and used cosmetics trying to get the right look to impress Michelle Visage on the runway. My super ego was exhausting me by the time I had my high heels on.


The only oasis in this desert of drag was that I got to sit next to my crush, Courtney Act. Yes…she is even prettier up close. Smelling like vanilla sugar cookies, she bestowed hints and chirps of encouragement as I donned a long brunette wig. I was ready. I felt fierce and fishy. And then the music started…

Gentlemen…and lesbian…start your engines, and may the best woma—

Bam. At that point my id shoved my super ego to the hardwood floor and I was whisked away from the runway. It was probably for the best. I was sure to snap an ankle in the stilettos Courtney had chosen for my look, but I was willing to give it my all.

I now found myself in a biker bar. A straight biker bar. I was back to wearing sensible shoes and I quickly surveyed my surroundings. It was one step down from a clan meeting. This would usually be the time in real life where I would crawl into a shadow and quickly find the next exit. I want no trouble, but I look gay so in this bar I had found it. I was back to my lesbian self, but still carried the tingle of self-confidence that RuPaul’s contest had accorded me.


I walked up to the nearest table and threw down my gauntlet. “If I can beat you up, I get to make out with your girlfriend.”

A line of burly, bearded men grinned and accepted my challenge.

In a turn of usual dream events, I remained clothed and had to answer no math questions. I handedly ninja-flipped each and every one of the guys that walked up and then made out with each of their girlfriends. This went on for some time.  I was just about to suggest that one nice blond (as a matter of fact she did look like Courtney Act) go somewhere more private when I felt a sharp pain in my stomach. I woke to find my Labrador standing on my bladder. (She’s a blond lab. Coincidence, I think not.) I was sweating and shaking all over, but not in a bad way.

During the following long cold shower I thought what a great day this was going to be. I felt like a drag queen walking down a runway–ready to beat up or make out with anyone that comes my way.

Check out the guns on these ladies. What I wouldn’t give to watch two professional fighter-lesbians duke it out. I obviously have a lot of pent-up aggression.

MMA: UFC on FOX 8-Carmouche-Andrade

Liz Carmouche TKO’s Jessica Andrade in UFC battle of out lesbians

Outsports: Liz Carmouche scored a TKO in the second round against Jessica Andrade in the first UFC fight featuring two out lesbians Saturday night. It was also the first time a female UFC fight was broadcast on network television.

Jezebel: At the Glamour Women of the Year awards, J. Crew‘s Jenna Lyons thanked her girlfriend, jewelry executive Courtney Crangi, by name during her acceptance speech. This was Lyons’ first public acknowledgement of the relationship since she split from her husband last year. “Nothing worth having is easy,” said Lyons in her speech, before thanking her son, Beckett, “for reminding me that the world revolves around him every day,” and “Courtney, who has shown me new love.” Coming out of the closet at an awards show: so hot ever since Jodie did it.


I always thought the Representative Barbara Jordan had one of the best speaking voices ever. Growing up in Texas I would hear her speak and would think…that woman knows what she’s talking about. I will still say that I wanted her to be the first woman president…

I didn’t know until this morning that she was a lesbian. No wonder she knew how to deliver a speech.

ChicagoPride: President Barack Obama was 15 years old in 1976 when Texas Rep. Barbara Jordan became the first African American woman to deliver a keynote address at the Democratic National Convention – where some had hoped she would have been the vice-presidential candidate to nominee Jimmy Carter.

Many had been mesmerized by Jordan’s remarks during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on July 25, 1974 when she explained why she would vote for the impeachment of President Richard M. Nixon in the Watergate scandal; Nixon resigned on Aug. 9 before the House could vote.

It was only after Jordan died Jan. 17, 1996, when the Houston Chronicle referred to her almost 30-year relationship with Nancy Earl, that most Americans learned that Jordan was a lesbian. The Advocate later went into more detail. Here is an excerpt from that convention speech.

Video after the jump.

Continue reading “Lesbian Rep. Barbara Jordan Delivered Dem Keynote in 1976″…

AfterEllen:Iron Chef Cat Cora will not be serving jail time for her DUI in June 2012. Yahoo! is reporting that Cora has been sentenced to nine months of DUI school and three years probation and paid $2,386 in fines. Cora also received a 120-day suspended jail sentence, but will not spend time in jail “as long as she fulfills her DUI school and probation requirements.”


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