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Tuesday, 15 March 2011 01:31

One Good Friend

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rabbit_toy

We've said it before, but good advice always bears repeating.

It doesn't matter if you have one vibrator or two. Everyone needs to have that one good friend that knows exactly what to do in case of an emergency.

If something unexpected were to happen to you, they will simply race over to your house, collect up all your sex toys and secretly take them away to where they can't be found.

Your mom will never even know they were there.

tat_couch

 

What a week…the only thing perfect enough to go with this moment, aside from international coffee, would be a glass of red wine. (And a cig or three!)

I will be the first one to admit that relationships are hard as hell. I would say that it doesn’t come with a user manual however with all the self-proclaimed fix-it-all’s with their own brand of relationship books for dummies would disagree. I can however state that it sure in the hell doesn’t come with a welcome basket.

 

Relationships are hard and maintaining them is even harder. What you have to decide is if you are up for the challenge. Sometimes giving up is easier than asking the question if you should or not. At the end of the day when she makes that stupid face, or sings off key in the shower, or rushes by your side before you even realize you’re falling, can be enough to stay.

It’s not easy ladies. But then again like our mothers always say, “Nothing worth having is ever easy. And Momma didn’t make no punk!”

So lace up your combat boots or slip into your stilettos, cozy up to my couch, and tell Spoken all about it…

Tuesday, 08 March 2011 03:24

Mad Skills

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Listen up, straight people.

Just because you figured out that Jodie Foster is a Lesbian does not mean you have Gaydar.

 

Matisseladyoncouch

Hello my lovelies, how have you been?

My apologies for the delay with this week’s column… technical difficulties with cyberspace…you know how it goes.

Thank goodness for the weekend, this week has been a doozy and from some of the letters I’ve been getting I can put my money on the fact that I am not the only one who has had a trying week. So with that being said, let’s jump right in.

And as usual remember if you have a question you would like me to answer feel free to drop me a line at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.';document.getElementById('cloakcec043305a2fefa4ec940c71d1310be3').innerHTML += ''+addy_textcec043305a2fefa4ec940c71d1310be3+'';.

Saturday, 26 February 2011 15:55

Just Ask Me...Spoken: Lezbelib Advice Column - Love

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couch4

 

I have been thinking a lot lately about life, direction, the state of affairs in our community, and my ability to go from one closet to another. During my mental overload I received a letter that helped to make me remember the simple things. Those little things that mean the most but are often overlooked.

I have talked about the all forms of drama that plaque us; sex, cheating, threesomes, dating, etc. Today I want to focus on what matters - love. I want to thank the person who sent me this question and offer my sincere hope that through my advice she will see the light through her darken forest.

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