How to Spice Things Up in Your Bedroom
Keeping things interesting in the bedroom can be hard for any couple. After awhile things just become routine, stale and predictable. And unfortunately, since sex is such a powerful factor, when it starts to suffer, so can your relationship. So what do you do? How do you pull yourself out of your bedroom rut? Try some of these tips if you've been feeling the lull recently.
Lesbian Film-in-the-Making: Portrait of a Serial Monogamist
There's a new lesbian romantic comedy in town and it's coming to a theater near you. Portrait of a Serial Monogamist is about a forty-something television producer and serial monogamist who breaks up with her long-standing girlfriend, only to discover that she may have broken up with the one she was meant to be with. This film is influenced by such greats like Annie Hall, Manhattan and High Fidelity.
Lesbian Hair: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
There is something to be said about the styles of a gay woman's hair that really sets them apart from the rest of the female population. Today we will explore the unique aspects of lesbian hairstyles and some of the great (and not so great) features of more common hairstyles. The hair of a woman can be the determining factor in targeting them as a member of the all-girls team. A woman might be walking down the street, and notice a seemingly gay hairstyle of a fellow passerby that will send a woman's gaydar into high alert.
Enjoy a night of cocktails, comedy from Kylie Alexander and Kate Ghiloni, and more with some of the craziest cast members and female comedians the city has seen. Enter to win incredible door prizes, including a tour of Bully Boy Distillers for up to 15 people, a two-week unlimited pass to Boston's only dedicated indoor spin studio, Recycle Studio, and tickets to Improv Asylum, among others!
Guests can also enjoy a complimentary cocktail created by Naga's Bar Manager and cocktail guru, Noon Inthasuwan, as well as delicious passed appetizers from Moksa.
Tickets are $20 (or $25 cash at the door) and it takes place on Thursday, April 18th from 6pm to 9pm at Naga in Cambridge, MA.
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The case that was heard at the Supreme Court today involves a New York couple, Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer, who had been together for 42 years prior to their marriage in 2007. When Spyer died, however, the federal government, acting under DOMA, required Windsor to pay $363,000 in estate taxes that she would not have owed if her spouse had been a man.
Ironically, the 14th Amendment guarantees all citizens equal protection of the law. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg argued today that DOMA creates a two-tier system or as she put it, "full marriage and skim-milk marriage" equating same-sex marriage to skim milk in that it's lacking in wholeness. Supporters of DOMA argue that the traditional definition of marriage is "between a man and a woman" and it would be an abomination to god only knows who if that were to change. Imagine what would happen if we (as a people of "equal protection") redefined this definition to remove all references to gender. Surely it would undermine the hundreds of thousands of heterosexual marriages that exist today.
At the end of the day, there is one thing for me that is certain; I will not ever get married to a man, it's simply not an option for me. Being gay is not a choice just as much as having green eyes is not a choice. Could I cover my eyes with colored contact lenses? Sure, just as I could pretend to act straight (well, I could certainly try). But at the end of the day, my eyes are still going to be green and I'm still going to be as gay as a rainbow over San Francisco. I do know that someday I will get married to a woman and I will call it marriage, regardless of what anyone thinks about the "traditional definition". And I will continue to fight for those 1,000 benefits that are not currently afforded to same-sex marriages. And for the record, I really hate skim milk. I want my milk whole just like I would want my marriage.
The Morning After from Katie Shannon on Vimeo.
The Morning After follows a couple as they try to figure out what is next in their relationship.
Writer/Director: Katie Shannon
Sam: Amy DePaola
Lauren: Allison Faythe