On my first night [in San Francisco], I caught up with Girl Talk, a spoken-word...– I’m so delighted that Girl Talk got press all the way over in Toronto, wow! Thank you so much, Regan! :)
Feeling a bit like a kitten. In that I’d like to be kissed and petted and...– Why is admitting want the hardest thing? For all my brassy ballsy sex-positive bravado, I swear to God that telling someone I want them to touch me still feels so scary, sometimes. I talked about this a little in my piece for Girl Talk this year — how I expect my comfort with my own desire to...
Gina's (& others') July Happenings!: Sex Workers'...
Hey folks, Are you all recovered from Nat’l Queer Arts Fest yet? :) Because I’ve got three events going on this week that you really don’t want to miss! I am involved in two of them (teaching & reading, respectively), and the other is being produced by my sweetie Marlo Gayle as an event for San Francisco in Exile. Check under my signature for more info about: **Sex Workers...
For some reason my profile says I like giving blowjobs instead of getting them....– Line from the profile of a charming fellow (with a cock username and a cock shot as his profile pic, what a winner!) who tried to add me as a friend on a kinky personals site. Um. LULZ. Also? Yeah, right, buddy!
They are LOQUATS! →
The mystery of What Is This Fruit?! is solved — they are LOQUATS! And there are way more than I can eat. Are you local to the Bay and do you want some fruit? Come by my place, for real! And I thought I was lucky to have nectarine & fig trees in my backyard. I swear that Ginaland gets more awesome every day. I love this apartment so hard.
Internets, help me out! What fruit is this?
I found these wonderful fruits growing in my backyard! They are juicy and sweet and delicious! I think they are a stone fruit? What are they? Image-searching stone fruits has given me nothing. Help? Me & my friend Elana, modelling with the fruit & its seeds:
Home sweet homeaux!
Oh, San Francisco, I really did start missing you. It’s good to be back. (Big thanks to everyone who made the Pacific Northwest so lovely & fun.)