As queer fashion enters the mainstream more and more, it has become harder than ever to detect other queers in public. However, that’s not a problem for local lesbian, Laura Flemmings, whose impeccable gaydar successfully identifies any queers within eyesight using a complex assessment of haircuts.
In the battle against climate change, individual actions often feel futile–unless you are local lesbian Nat Elm and her ginormous water bottle. Using a seemingly bottomless 64 oz water bottle, Elm was able to turn back the tide of a devastating drought that was poised to decimate local ecosystems.
At approximately 11:23PM EDT last night, local mother Tina Rogers received a text from her youngest child, 22-year-old Rose, reading: “what time was I born?” Unbeknownst to Rogers, Rose needed the data to get a more accurate astrological birth chart in an attempt to bed a bisexual woman.
This week, one local lesbian, Winona Young, was happy to report that she had not thought about “The L Word: Generation Q” for at least ten months. According to Young, “this has been one of the hardest years of my life, but I still feel so lucky that I was able to live as if ‘The L Word’ cinematic universe was never expanded.”
one local couple is organizing their own Dyke March event: Barbara Swinton, 65, and Susan Swinton, 63, plan to take a beautiful and somewhat rigorous trail hike with their golden retriever, Holland.