Date: May 24, 2021
“Alix Cecil Dobkin (August 16, 1940 – May 19, 2021)
Dobkin began her career by performing on the Greenwich Village coffeehouse scene in 1962. She played with greats like Bob Dylan and Buffy Sainte-Marie.
Starting in 1973, she released a number of albums as well as a songbook and toured throughout the U.S., Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand promoting lesbian culture and community through women’s music.”
You know how I’ve been talking for years and years, about building up BoyLove Culture [and in more recent times, MAP Culture]?…
…This is one thing some people [ie: John Sydney McNair] are modeling and putting into action.
We are having, experiencing and expressing our own parallel culture.
…and this is important, because it establishes without question…we are here…we have a voice…we have a will…and we will not tolerate being abused, ignored or being treated as anything less than human.
It is critical that we own and bolster this, in every way that we can.
Love & Politics, A 30 Year Saga:
Living with Lavender Jane:
BEING HUMAN ARCHIVE