Defining Tropes Indelicates.com states: ‘The closest two definitions [of ‘trope’] I can attempt are: 1. Anything at all which has been in at least two fictions and 2. A Cliché.’ The writer—Simon Indelicate, aptly named—explicitly states that we should [...]
She was a nun. She was also tall, stern, brilliant, noble, and above all else–cold. At least, on the surface. But as my twelve-year-old self continued to watch Rosalind Russell’s incredible performance as Mother Superior in The Trouble With [...]
When Ylva asked me if I’d do a guest blog for Pride month talking about my experiences as a bisexual woman, I was thrilled they’d thought of me. It only took half a second before I knew I couldn’t [...]
“I’m genuinely big, large, plus size, way past plump or chubby.” I wonder sometimes if people assume I can’t see or hear them, when they’re watching me in a restaurant or when I walk past them at the train [...]
See me, not my disability (and the tall blonde isn’t my carer). Being queer and disabled? I don’t even think about it. My disability doesn’t impact upon my queerness. My queerness doesn’t impact upon my life. Surely that can’t [...]
We were lucky enough to spend an afternoon with bestselling author, Jae, and discuss her latest lesbian romance novel, Not the Marrying Kind. What do small towns, cupcakes and flowers have in common? Read more to find out! Your [...]
A lesbian book club sounded like such fun. A small, friendly circle of book-loving women engaged in witty conversation—that’s an introvert’s equivalent of a New Year’s Eve celebration. Throw in some wine and cheese, or coffee and cake, and [...]
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