There have been discussions over the past few months about becoming femme, what femme means, and how we manifest a femme gender with our bodies. It's been kinda scattered, so I have gathered everything I could find or remember. Please remind me of any missed pieces.
07 // Essin' Em: Femme VS Feminine: A matter of intent.
28 // Mortar and Pestle: The Subtle Body of Desire 111
12 // Sinclair: But what is femme?: a sourceless quote
09 // Mortar and Pestle: The Subtle Body of Desire 11
08 // Mortar and Pestle: The Subtle Body of Desire 1
29 // Miss Avarice: How do I Look?
28 // Lina: Email of Confession: Discovering the Femme
17 // Miss Avarice: Shifting Gears: Queer Standards of Femininity?
12 // Lina: Femme de la Crême: Portia, the glamorous
12 // Miss Avarice Invention: Purposeful Femininity
12 // Miss Avarice More Thoughts on Becoming Femme: Rejecting femininity out of fear
31 // Sinclair: Clarifications on Top Ten Things
28 // Essin' Em: When I try to Look Cute: Femme in varying degrees.
28 // Sincliar: Top 10 Things I <3 About Femmes
27 // Proper Effed: Butches and Femmes and Everyone in Between: I'm not femme but people think I am.
25 // Miss Avarice: Highs and Lows: Femme in varying degrees
01 // Shannon: I Bet Shane Doesn't Have This Problem: Femme Invisibility
28 // Miss Avarice Passing: for straight
07 // Miss Avarice: Femme-Ism: Femininity for Women
Ugh, this thing makes me look like I'm obsessed. I guess I am kinda. Lately. I don't know why it's such a tragic thing for me? I confess. I overthink and overanalyze everything. I got it from my Da...
Looking back through the blogs for this roundup I realized there's a butch roundup that I would like to slap together, and some things that need to be added to the Gender Commentary Roundup as well. Ugh. This is my inner librarian rearing her ugly head. And I just typed "lesbian" when I was trying to type "librarian". Freudian slip?