Kristy Lin Billuni's first blog, Pussy Scratch, offered feminist sexual health information and launched in the year 2000. She began blogging as The Sexy Grammarian in 2008.

OCT
14
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Process & Passion: Interview with Patricia Kullberg

Process & Passion: Interview with Patricia Kullberg
If you happen to be in New York City on Friday, October 23, head over to the Lower East Side, where you’ll find one of the last surviving feminist bookstores, Bluestockings. There, two badass women writers will read to you about the raucous and radical history of abortion. Patricia Kullberg has just published Girl in the River, a sassy and daring historical novel about reproductive rights in the 1940s. Her book features the famous and flamboyant abortionist Ruth Barnett. Rickie Solinger wrote T......
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OCT
07
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More Homonyms: Discreet & Discrete

More Homonyms: Discreet & Discrete
“If we do this,” said Chuck. “Will you be able to be discreet?” Manny placed a slender finger over his gorgeous lips, indicating he could keep a secret. Chuck wanted to bite those lips. He wanted those lips all over his body, but he didn’t trust them. Manny was a talker. And though their lives moved in two discrete social circles—Manny’s sexually open, artistic friends would not likely talk to Chuck’s more conservative, up-tight crowd—Chuck still felt he needed to ask for Manny’s absolute dis......
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SEP
30
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Etsy Treasury: Arouse Your Writer Self

Etsy Treasury: Arouse Your Writer Self
This collection of Etsy treasures celebrates the leap into a writer's life and the launch of my free ebook, Arouse Your Writer Self. Download the ebook here, and then get yourself or a writer you love one of these gorgeous, handmade indulgences--something from your dreams, someplace to write, or something to admire on your wrist.   While you're on Etsy, why not peek at all my treasuries of sumptuous gifts for writers?   Looking for a more impactful gift? Nothing compare......
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SEP
21
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The Sexy G On TV

The Sexy G On TV

I'm on TV this week, talking to local producer and host of the show Ten Percent, David Perry.  Perry says, “I jokingly call the show ‘Charlie Rose for the LGBT world,” and that's just how fabulous it felt when I went to the studio to tape the interview.  Perry's a real professional and a journalist first, with bylines in publications such as The Advocate, The Washington Blade, and The San Francisco Examiner. I met him through San Francisco's lively Small Business Week confe......
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SEP
09
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What To Do Once You're Aroused

What To Do Once You're Aroused
If you’ve recently downloaded my free ebook, Arouse Your Writer Self, and found yourself aroused as a writer, you may be ready for more direction. Here are a few ideas. First, keep it up! Don’t stop writing. Cultivate a practice of nonstop hot action. After that, try one of these: Complete an old, stuck project. Dust off that novel manuscript. Write the dissertation. Finish that love poem and give it to your wife. Whatever residual guilt, shame, or disappointment you may feel about that unfini......
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