- The basics: 40-something butch lesbian. Married in 2014. I refer to my better half as W.
- Kids: Yes. Three. Boys. Teenagers. God help us.
- Pets: Three cats (Magic, Bodhi and Sammy) who have taken over our home and agreed, grudgingly, to let us live here if we continue to buy them food and Friskies Party Mix treats. Send help.
- Back Story: Married to a man for nine years. Came out in my 30s.
- Likes: Books, baseball, movies, my writers’ group, reality TV.
- Dislikes: The Yankees, technology, gin, Mountain Dew.
- Stereotypes that I perpetuate: Lesbians wear Dr. Marten’s boots, flannel shirts and cargo pants, have short hair and tattoos, and like to play softball and listen to Melissa Etheridge.
- Things I’d like to do someday: Go skydiving, take an Olivia cruise, write a book and have it published (check), visit Seattle and Alaska, have my own T-shirt line, perform as a Drag King.
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