Hi, it’s Ciardubh here. When I’m not writing articles for Gaelick, I spend a lot of my time being an art student. Actually, I’ve spent nearly all my time for the last six years being an art student. It’s a time-consuming business. Most of being an artist revolves around spending hours by yourself swearing … [Read more...]
Reading what the Niamhs have had to say on Gaelick the last few days finally got me motivated to start writing about something I feel quite strongly about; the ways people are perceived because of their appearances and the affect this can have on social interaction, especially when it comes to sexuality.
On a recent trip to a well-known gay bar in Dublin, I witnessed the door staff turning away three well-dressed young women from their establishment stating ‘’It’s not your night lads’’.
Heuston, we have a problem. It’s a doozy, too. For years, I have been watching lesbian television, and making fun of it because it is [arguably] stupid. I have been calling it stupid because I have been thinking ‘nobody would ever act like lesbians on TV do, ever.
Budget day is today, the snow is piling up outside and in some places the water is being curtailed. So we advise grabbing a warm cuppa of tea and enjoying some Butch Goodness courtesy of Gaelick. Of course there are possibly lots more lovely butches we missed, so post in the comments. Over to CanuckJacq and Okitty, who took on the tough task of researching and putting together this post.