that moment

erotic fantasy. explicit. there’s always that moment, whenever a butch and I are hitting it off, that my gaze slips downwards. subtly, yes, but never furtive - I don’t mind if she notices. I don’t mind at all. I might blush a little, but only because she’ll know why I’m looking. her hands. there’s something … Continue reading that moment


"if we are to piece together a profound feminist and lesbian history, we must begin asking questions about the lives of these women that we have not asked before, and to do this we will have to elevate curiosity to a much more exalted position than concepts of politically correct sexuality would ever allows us … Continue reading

lesbian pulp fiction: adam and two eves

categorised in the lesbian herstory archives as “survival literature”, lesbian-themed pulp fiction novels flourished through the 1940s-1960s in america. at a time when being a lesbian was still illegal, these cheap, quickly consumable books were the only representation available - and for many, the only connection they had to a sense of lesbian identity at all. the wiki entry is … Continue reading lesbian pulp fiction: adam and two eves

bulldagger of the season: honey lee cottrell

bulldagger of the season 1981, honey lee cottrell “the context that I created for the bulldagger centrefold was lifted from the playboy centrefold. the response to that picture was amplified by the context of presentation in a lesbian sex magazine [on our backs].  those of us who are urbane east and west coast dwellers were prepared to … Continue reading bulldagger of the season: honey lee cottrell