September 2009 topic: HOW THE WORLD SEES US, AND HOW WE SEE OURSELVES
I remember the first time I saw a dyke on local TV. With her hair cropped short, her shirt worn large, all looked good - except for the fact that she was peddling pirated DVDs. That's not me, I thought. Why can't they just portray us fairly?
But who are we really? Are we what we see on TV? Does how we are portrayed affect how people treat us - and how we treat ourselves?
Join us this Women's Nite as we inspect ourselves through the looking glass.