HELLO AND WELCOME.
Who I am and Where I Live
My name is Paula Key and I live among lakes, rocks and pines in Canada. Trish and I were legally married in 2008. We love to travel, write and photograph nature.
Thank you for visiting this site, as of May 13, 2016, there have been 247,982 visitors.
Goals of this Site
- To provide information, humour, inspiring quotes, famous lesbians past and present, and overall LGBTI news world-wide. I want you to feel this is your second home. I have just added a Forum, so please add your ideas and meet friends
2. I use this site as a way to promote my three lesbian ebooks.
A fourth lesbian ebook called Spunky Sue and Inclusion will be available at these distributors by August, 2016.
THIS SITE CELEBRATES LESBIANS
This site celebrates lesbians and all women. If you are male, you are also welcome. If you live in a homophobic country, life as a LGBTI person is dangerous and can be lonely. I want this site to be a second-home to everyone.
Celebrate Your Sexual Orientation! The World Psychiatric Association in March, 2016 wrote to the U.N and world leaders. They stated the dangers of trying to change a person’s sexual orientation. They also stated that since homosexuality CANNOT be changed, it is NOT a choice! This is the opinion of the scientific body of nearly 200 countries.
Religion: Know that Islam, Judaism and Christianity condemn homosexuality on texts that are over 3,500 years old. This was at a time when starting a fire was done by rubbing two flints/sticks together. People lived in tents or caves. It is sad that these religions cannot or will not accept the scientific mind of the World Psychiatric Association. In my opinion, if you believe in a God – know that he/she is a loving creator, and that there is diversity in nature (including 1,500 species that have homosexual natures).
You are NOT alone. Here are lesbians who have celebrated their life.
LESBIANS WHO ARE SINGLE, ENGAGED OR MARRIED
TWO LESBIANS THAT I ADMIRE
SALLY RIDE commanded a NASA space shuttle. I cannot image the courage it must take to blast off into space. And it takes immense knowledge and skills to be in charge of a shuttle launch and the bringing of a crew back to earth. Sally was in a 27 year relationship with Tammy O’Shaughnessy, a professor, who shared Sally’s love of science and space.
MARGARETHE CAMMERMEYER was the highest U.S.A military officer to come out gay is Margarethe Cammermeyer who was promoted to Colonel in 1987. She served for 14 months as Head of Nursing during the Vietnam War. She War. She was dismissed from the army for declaring her sexual orientation. A television movie, “Serving in Silence,” (starring Glenn Close) brought the issue to the public. Margarethe worked tirelessly against “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (a policy to keep military gays/lesbians silent. Thanks to Margarethe and others gays and lesbians can serve openly in the military. I personally am grateful for Margarethe taking the time to go over the manuscript of my lesbian ebook “Lt. Dee, Army Nurse: Vietnam). She made considerable comments and was incredibly generous with her time.
Below, are the faces of lesbians who were murdered because of their orientation. Their courage is an inspiration to us all. Their spirits remain with us.