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|Friday, July 24th, 2009|
|Monday, November 10th, 2008|
|Saturday, November 8th, 2008|
|Friday, October 24th, 2008|
Any Erin Kelly fans?
FEED episode 9--Surveillance
Warning...this one is a bit intense and graphic in nature...
And for those ERIN KELLY fans out there, this is her entrance into the series...
as always I would be so grateful for you to leave any feedback good or bad at: http://www.afterellen.com/taxonomy/term/3971
www.feedseries.tv Current Mood: aggravated
|Friday, October 17th, 2008|
The user info for this community is pretty much empty, so I assume advertisements are allowed:
Brand new forum:
For discussing science, computers, anime, politics, etc., and hopefully helping singles who are looking for someone capable of complex thought processes.
Please visit or advertise if you care to.
|Friday, October 10th, 2008|
There is language in this episode so be aware it is not particularly safe for all environments...but no sex this go round. ;)
As always, you can view previous episodes at www.feedseries.tv or on After Ellen at http://www.afterellen.com/taxonomy/term/3971
and if you are an After Ellen member I would love, love it if you left feedback for the series on the website. Thank you much!!
Love to you all.
Amanda Current Mood: chipper
|Friday, September 26th, 2008|
and things get messy....
as always anyone who is a member of After Ellen, I would love your feedback at http://www.afterellen.com/taxonomy/term/3971
(and if you are a lesbian or bisexual you should join because it's an amazing community and free and private)
and if not, please visit the FEED website and leave feedback at www.feedseries.tv
It means a lot to us personally as this is our baby and we have blood, sweat and tears involved...and as we are trying to pitch it as a feature film right now all the feedback we can get is super, super helpful for potential deals. So help a sister out?!! Thank you. I love you. And at any rate please enjoy. ;)
|Friday, September 12th, 2008|
new FEED episode
So, it's time for me to show you another webisode. And this week we are heating things up. (this episode makes me HELLA nervous for obvious reasons...ha ha)
And thank you, thank you for those of you who went and commented on afterellen. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate it!!! Please feel free (and I'll keep loving you for it) to comment on this week's episode at www.afterellen.com/taxonomy/term/3971
Also that link will give you the episode "bad language" free.
Here is the episode: it has language and sexual situations so it's not super work safe FYI.
What do you think?
And as always you can see previous episode on afterellen.com or you can see them unedited at: www.feedseries.tv Current Mood: ecstatic
|Sunday, July 6th, 2008|
new lesbian webseries
if you like The L word or Girltrash then you may want to check this out
the first episode is up at www.feedseries.tv
and here is the trailer: Current Mood: loved
|Saturday, June 21st, 2008|
Des Ark request
Does anybody have ANY Des Ark?
I've combed countless music blogs and I've only managed to dig up three songs.
I'm desperate, here!
|Sunday, March 23rd, 2008|
Queercore music for dance?
Can anyone recommend any queercore artists that would be good to breakdance, pop and lock to? Oldskool hip hop or electro funk...
|Monday, January 15th, 2007|
|Monday, July 17th, 2006|
Kiwi a gogo
I'm a New Zealander travelling to Hungary for study in November and then to Germany for a week to catch up with friends, and then to England for a week and a half to holiday.
I'm really interested in finding out more info about gigs and clubs that are on at the beginning of Decemeber in London as I'll be there then and in all honesty NZ lacks a lot in the riot grrrl, homocore, queercore scene.
I really wanted to go to Homo a Gogo this year, but I can't afford anymore overseas trips.
What sort of things could anyone suggest?
I've heard that Club Motherfucker is good in London. Any other suggestions?
Some of my favourite bands are the Gossip, the Butchies, Sleater-Kinney, Le Tigre, Bikini Kill, Mirah, Team Dresch, Amy Kasio, Audio Porn etc.
See my profile for more info.
I'd also be interested in meeting up with people in London with similar interests.
Sorry if I end up spamming your communities.
|Tuesday, June 27th, 2006|
Global Pride, Global Action: Empowering the Spirit of Human Rights
Join Amnesty International, Gay Games vistores, local lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trasgender (LGBT) community members for a one day conference exploring international LGBT human rights issues, and way participants can take action to end LGBT human rights abuses.
♦ Date: Saturday, July, 15
♦ Time: 10 am - 4 pm (Registration to begin at 9 a.m.)
♦ Location: Roosevelt University
Loop Campus - 430 South Michigan Avenue
* This event is free of charge and all are welcome – although space is limited.
* Participants may attend the entire conference or are also welcome to attend individual plenary sessions, panels, or workshops for which they have a particular interest.
( Human Rights ConferenceCollapse )
( Global, Pride, Global Action: a Fundraising ReceptionCollapse )
*If you have any questions please ask!
|Thursday, January 26th, 2006|
I feel kinda like a douchebag for basically spamming all of frickin' LJ, but I'm really excited to find the queercore communities, so I'll pack away my guilt and shame and just say:
+ I've got a radio show. It's college radio. The station is KSCR
, out of the University of Southern California.
+ I play queercore on my show.
+ It's Thursdays, from 8-10PM PST.
+ If you'd listen, I'd love you forever.
+ If you're on-campus at USC, you can try to tune in on your radio at 1560AM.
But the rest of you will have better luck via the intarwebs. Go to upper-right-hand corner of KSCR's website
and click on the streaming links. You'll probably need a program like iTunes to listen.
+ Thank you!
|Wednesday, December 7th, 2005|
This was from my personal journal and I thought I should share it...
It's been almost a year since Heroine Films started and a lot has happened. I've been posting updates in communities from time to time, but today as I was sitting here thinking about everything I realized it says something about my, our, generation. Everyone always says that we can't get behind a cause...that we are too coddled and too lazy to do anything. But I've seen something completely different.
Not all of you know the whole story, so here it is in nutshell form:
Heroine Films is a production company started by three women. Mel wrote a script which won the New York International Film and Video Festival, at the time it was called "Heroine". In it's most recent form it is "The Gladdest Thing". Before there was ever such a thing as this production company we were supposed to make this film. We had a cast, a crew and most of our financing. Then we held a reading and to make a long, painful story short some influential people found out that the main character is a lesbian. We are in North Carolina. Our financial backers gave into pressure and pulled out. So we lost everything.
A year later, Alex, Mel and I were sitting around trying to figure out what to do. How could we get enough to make it? That's when the idea of grassroots struck. There are people who believe in women making art, there are people who believe that a lesbian voice should be heard. There are people who believe in the passion of doing what you believe in at any cost any way possible. So we started a website, made some t-shirts and undies and hit the blogging communities. And we were STUNNED. In the first week we had so many hits we had to get a bigger website to keep from shutting down. We got donations and letters from all over the world. Including sweet high school girls giving what they could from after school jobs and heartbreaking letters from parents of LGBTQ kids who had been put through hell. These people want to do something...want to change something. Some of you who are on my friend's list now I met b/c you were one of the many who touched our hearts and made us cry with your support. It's been beyond incredible. We even had a lesbian screenprinter donate her services to us. And we quickly made a trailer to help attract investors and show the people supporting us what this could be like. An example--if this is what we can do on borrowed equipment with no crew and almost no money imagine what we can do when we are able to make the film.
Now we have been lucky enough to get a great deal of the funding from a combination of donations and a production company that has put up a large portion. Not all of it yet, but enough that we are confident that finding the rest is more than possible. We have an article coming out in CURVE magazine next week and we are in talks with LOGO about a marketing strategy on their new network. We aren't where we need to be yet but we are so much farther than we thought we'd be when we lost it all...and our hearts and spirits couldn't be higher. My life will never be the same because I now know that people believe in what I'm doing and want to hear the story we are trying to give a voice. I have even more passion because I know I am not just doing it for me...as cheesy as it sounds...I'm doing it for young girls and young LGBTQ people everywhere...to show that you CANNOT silence us.
|Thursday, November 3rd, 2005|
If you have ever loved so much, it brought you to your knees - we may be the band for you.
If you have ever had to let go of the love of your life, with hopes they may return - we may be the band for you.
If you feel MORE than everyone - we may be the band for you.
Thank you so much for looking.
Your support means more than words can say.
-The East End
|Thursday, September 22nd, 2005|
Custom and band buttons available! Do take a look. :)
|Wednesday, September 21st, 2005|
I'm cleaning out and probably shutting down my distro for a while. I've been super slack with it, and I want to start fresh and decide whether to restart to not. Anyway, in the meantime, I have a large stock of queer zines of all sorts. I don't want them collecting dust at my house; I want them collecting dust in your bathrooms and by your couch.
Until they are gone, I am offering Big Fat Queer Zine Grabbags: 10 zines for $5 (including shipping and packaging and all). Have you ever heard of a better deal? To et your BFQZG, send well-concealed US cash to:
P.O. Box 3411
Tallahassee, FL 32315-3411
ALSO: If you have, in the past, sent me money and an order and I have not sent you your zines, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have this major fear that I lost a chunk of orders in the last move.
|Sunday, September 18th, 2005|
Dead Betties and Sugarpuss on West Coast Tour
There two queer bands are touring on the west coast together. Their websites are http://www.thedeadbetties.com/
Both are really great and hard-rocking.
Dead Sugar Tour w/ the Dead Betties:
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
@ Blackwater Cafe 912 N. Yosemite Street, Stockton, CA 95203
Thursday, September 22, 2005
@ Thee Parkside
1600 17th Street @ Wisconsin, San Francisco, CA
Friday, September 23, 2005
@ Sugar Shack House Party
To RSVP, email email@example.com
Saturday, September 24, 2005
@ The Double Down Saloon
4640 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Sunday, September 25, 2005
@ The Phix
1113 NW Grand Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007
All Ages...More info TBA
Monday, September 26, 2005
@ Scolari's Office
3936 30th St, San Diego, CA 92104
21+...More info TBA
Tuesday, September 27, 2005
@ Zen Sushi
2609 Hyperion Ave, Silver Lake, CA 90027
21+...More info TBA
Wednesday, September 28, 2005
@ The Anarchy Library
13250 Woodruff Ave., Downey, CA 90242
Sugarpuss (12am), The Dead Betties (11:15pm), Junkload (10:30pm),
Worm (9:45pm), and The Love Dolls (9pm)