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Queer Spaces

Queer Spaces – Cohen and Green

Queer Spaces is an ongoing series spotlighting aspects of the queer community with a focus on events, businesses and spaces that are welcoming and supportive of LGBTQ+ folx. We interview owners, administrators and employees from queer friendly fashion lines, coffee shops, resource centers and anywhere else we can find to somewhere to shine a spotlight on the community and those who support us. To kick off our Queer Spaces series, Dannie and ...
Queer Life and Culture

Queer Identity and Tattoos

By Dannie Levine Tattoos have always been part of one’s identity. From its beginning, the history of tattoos has been inherently rooted in showcasing one’s identity to the world. For some, it’s showing cultural aspects of their life. For others, they are memorials and more. They’re also a huge part of queer identity with some awesome history that carries queer tattoo culture into present day. Queer Identity and ...
Femme Features

Femme Feature – Dannie

WELCOME!  Welcome to Femme Features. Femme Features is a series featuring femmes from all nooks of the LGBTQIA community. These rocking folks are activists, educators, bosses, parents, entrepreneurs, and all sorts of amazing human beings. Join us as we explore femme identity as so much more than a label, but truly a way of life. You can check out all of our queer femme fashion, lifestyle, and activist profiles here. Dannie is a ...
Queer Life and Culture

Dating While Bisexual

By Ari Levine I came out to most of my friends at 23, and to my parents at 24, but I knew I wasn’t straight long before that. I didn’t stay in the closet for the reasons you usually hear, though. What kept me in the closet was biphobia. Dating a Bisexual Person and They Didn’t KnowI dated men exclusively from age 17 through 23 and not once did I tell them that I was bisexual, not even the guy I dated for nearly three years. ...
Queer Life and Culture

What People Miss in Their Queer Loved Ones’ Lives

By Bryant Harland Content Warning: Homophobia, Transphobia Chicago Pride 2018 is in the top-10 happiest moments of my life. I fully embraced the Hot Topic-mall-goth-femme aesthetic that I’d always wanted, but had never had the courage to go outside in. What can I say? My sleek red-and-black dress, femme docs, and black shawl just make me feel so damn good. I was surrounded by friends from all over the queer community, and – although a ...
Queer Faces, Queer Spaces

Queer Faces and Queer Spaces | 2 New Series from Fashionably Femme

By Zoë Mikel-Stites Hello Femmes! I know we’ve had a lot of news in the last couple of days, but I’ve got some more exciting news for you. Fashionably Femme is launching 2 new series! Queer Faces Queer Faces is a monthly series dedicated to spotlighting members of the queer community in the work that they do every day. From visual artists and musicians to lawyers and content creators, we want to elevate our queer family by giving ...
Lifestyle

Fashionably Femme Patreon!

It takes a village to create content on the internet, and Fashionably Femme is absolutely no different. As we announced recently, Fashionably Femme is relaunching with new content, a new team and a whole lot of new energy. We are also launching our brand new Patreon page! What is Patreon? Patreon is like an extended Kickstarter, where you can directly support the people who make the things you love and get different rewards depending on your ...
Lifestyle

Meet the New Fashionably Femme Team

Welcome back to Fashionably Femme! We’re so glad you’re here and thrilled to have you back on board for this wild and crazy ride. There’s so much amazing stuff coming very soon but before we inundate you with some of the queerest content on the internet, we want to take a second to share the team behind it all! Dannie (Creative Director and Founder) (She/Her) Dannie is the founder and Creative Director of Fashionably Femme. ...
Femme Features

Femme Feature – Tanya of TrapMystic

WELCOME!  Welcome to Femme Features. Femme Features is a blog series featuring femmes from all nooks of the LGBTQIA community. These rocking folks are activists, educators, bosses, parents, entrepreneurs, and all sorts of amazing human beings. Join us as we explore femme identity as so much more than a label, but truly a way of life. You can check out all of our queer femme fashion, lifestyle, and activist profiles here. Tanya comes to ...
Lifestyle, Queer Life and Culture

National Coming Out Day: A Guide for Allies and Queers Alike

By Dannie Levine Coming Out is Hard I shared my own coming out story last year for National Coming Out Day. And as someone who is out as part of my blogging life, that’s a relatively easy story for me to share. But for others, it can be really really hard or even unsafe to come out. So this year, I’ve crafted a guide with the help of my queer fam to help you if you’re coming out, or if someone chooses to come out to you. ...