The two shared intimate love letters, which makes it clear that if not physical lovers, they were at the very least, very close and intimate friends. I look at it and think she does love me, or I wouldn't be wearing it.
According to Gay Travel.com, “With more than a million inhabitants, Jacksonville – Florida’s largest city and, according to The Advocate, one of the top five emerging cities welcoming same-sex couples – is a popular destination for the gay traveler.
Gay Jacksonville does not have the ‘Party Central’ atmosphere of sister Florida cities like Key West or Fort Lauderdale.
But the less hectic, more mellow attitude that one finds here is often very refreshing for gay travelers looking to truly relax.” And according to us, the following are the top lesbian/gay bars in “The River City.” Metro’s website says it is the largest gay and lesbian venue in the state of Florida and features a total of seven uniquely themed clubs under one roof, including The Dance Bar, The Game Room, The Rainbow Room, Club Shadow, The Boiler Room, Club Sappho’s Lounge and The Tiki Bar. – and offers events like Friday Movie Night, Lesbos Gone Wild, standup comedy shows and drag queen performances.
Kelsey’s cat illustrations are brilliant…one of the most subversive and hilarious things I’ve ever seen….
By Kathy Belge Although it is hard to "out" people after their deaths, there is much evidence to believe that Eleanor Roosevelt was bisexual or lesbian.
The First Lady, wife to FDR, was known as "First Lady to the World" and had a long-standing relationship with another woman.According to Lillian Faderman, author of , she had a long term relationship with journalist Lorena Hickok.INTRODUCTIONIn 2010, the girl I planned to marry dumped me.I had proposed to her nine months earlier, on the Isle of Lesbos, in Skala Eresou, where Sappho was born, in case we’re playing Who’s the Gayest. "Smart, funny, tender, sexy, hilariously inventive, and oddly educational... Read it because it's big-hearted, sometimes cringe-worthy, but always fun, funny, and sweet." —Book Riot"A charming collection..poems are vivid snippets of lesbian life and culture that will be very familiar to anyone who's ever lived anyplace with a thriving queer community." —Catster“[Pulley’s] insights into the trials and tribulations of queer dating, sex, and relationships are hilariously accurate—sometimes to an uncanny extent….This is a must-read for anyone who's ever been there and done that." —Cheryl Strayed"Sharp, stereotype-mocking haiku alongside impossibly charming illustrations of cats.... Kelsey Beyer’s delightfully subversive feline illustrations…are an apt accompaniment for Pulley’s uproarious poems.” —East Bay Express“Expertly witty, punny, and gay….The poems are humorous, and the illustrations amplify their whimsy, but they touch on serious questions." —Refinery29“I love Anna Pulley’s new book…it’s as casual and funny as a conversation with your best friend, if your best friend happens to speak in haikus and wants to tell you all about lesbian sex.” —Lenny"You couldn't dream of a better title, or a perfect party conversation piece... Even if you think you’re not a poetry fan, or could care less for haikus, Anna’s inside jokes, astute observations, and informed opinions on queer woman and our very specific culture are all explored in accessible ways.” —After Ellen“A miraculous little tome…hilarious, heartbreaking, wise, and wondrous haikus and punny, funny cat illustrations to accompany them….