Here you will find our latest blogs and guest interviews.
|Posted on February 21, 2013 at 3:45 PM||comments (0)|
We've been working super hard behind the scenes to bring each of you a great magazine highlighting some of the hottest talents in the LGBT community! The release date is near!! Lez Underground will be available for reading and downloading on March 1. Yung Crusay and The Artist The Series sexily grace the cover of our first issue of Lez Underground and we're very excited to be sharing the cover with you all today! We will begin to enter into working on our second issue, the April issue soon. If you're interested in being featured or in advertising, be sure to fill out the form located here. Spaces fill up soon, so the sooner you contact us, the better!
Enjoy the cover and be sure to continually check back on www.teamlesbians.com to stay updated on the magazine!
|Posted on January 27, 2013 at 5:05 PM||comments (0)|
We're working on our first publication in the form of an online magazine. We're looking to release the finish product in early March, 2013. In the meantime, if you are a business or an individual that provides some sort of service for, with, or in support of the LGBT community and are interested in advertising in our publication, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. In the coming weeks, we will be releasing more information about the magazine such as the name, cover, and feature stories. We are working hard to ensure that this online magazine will be one of the best, complete with interviews, advice, promotions, advertisements and information. Keep checking back with teamlesbians.com to stay updated on our progress. As always, thank you for rockin' with us. xoxo
- The Team
|Posted on January 9, 2013 at 1:00 PM||comments (4)|
We took a mini break for the holiday season, but now we're back! We have some exciting things coming up in the next couple of weeks: new activities, new contests, and new business ventures! We hope you continue to rock with us because we'll definitely continue rocking with you! Love, Hugs, & Kisses!
- The Team
|Posted on December 22, 2012 at 12:25 AM||comments (1)|
I've been debating on writing this blog for the past couple of days and decided that it was in everyone's best interest to put it up. My first hope for this blog is that people realize that there is just as much judgment WITHIN our community as there is OUTSIDE of it.
* For the purposes of this blog, masculine identified females will be referred to as studs in hopes of cutting down any confusion.
Misconceptions in the LGBT community.
The other day someone spoke to me in regards to "bisexual" studs and how it disgusted them for various reasons and how it was different for a fem to be bisexual versus a stud. I was stunned to say the least, and for more than one reason. That ideology alone is the reason why so many people in our community suffer. The outside world that is against anything and everything LGBT already makes us feel as though there is no place for us in society, and to make matters worse, often times we do the same to bisexuals. But wait that's not it...the same men & women that go to such extremes to express their disgust against bisexuals, are the same ones attending every rally for equality...the same individuals that scream "NO LABELS" are the same ones labeling bisexuals as an atrocity.
Let's just be real, we're women and some women like penetration...what's the big deal? So a fem is allowed to enjoy penetration, but a stud is not? Hypocritical bullshit. The extent in which people display their judgment is absurd and does nothing but cause the entire community to take 10 steps backwards. It's really simple, if you don't like it, agree with it, or appreciate it, simply keep it moving.
And before anyone begins to point fingers, I am not bisexual, I am 100% lesbian and have absolutely no interest in men but I refuse to look down upon those that do because with me being a lesbian, I have felt ashamed, worthless, and alone on more than one occasion, all due to who & what I love and who & what I am. I refuse to cause those same feelings and emotions in another individual because it's just too close for home and fuck it, if I am keeping it all the way real, who am I or anyone else to place judgment on another?!
I'm not so big to believe that this blog will make a dent in the endless black pit I like to call internalized prejudice, but hopefully someone will think twice before throwing out their next unnecessary, derogatory and hurtful comment. While it may garner you a few fist pumps and cause your head to become way too big from all the attention, you just look dumb as hell at the end of it all. Lastly, if you do choose to continue disrespecting people based on their sexual preferences, please do not complain that in 2012 (almost 2013), we're still fighting for equality and acceptance. You are no different than those that turn their noses up at us.
|Posted on November 19, 2012 at 7:40 PM||comments (3)|
Yung Crusay, a 24 year old extremely talented rapper and model out of Huntsville, Texas is doing BIG things in her life. She is the owner & founder of Dirty Bizness Entertainment & Dirty Girl Modeling Group and has several mix tapes, her latest mix tape being Unpopular. Cru is making leaps & bounds in her career and is determined to become a major name in the music industry.
We were lucky enough to receive a few moments of her time and while on air with us, she discussed her upcoming endeavors such as a reality show, a tour, and upcoming performances. Cru discussed what music means to her and what motivates her, and we can't forget the love life...
Do you want to know if Cru is single? Do you want to know what inspires her? Do you wonder what sets her apart from most? Click the play button below to listen to the interview along with 2 snippets of "Turn Up" and "My Level" from her new mixtape entitled Unpopular!
|Posted on November 6, 2012 at 6:10 AM||comments (8)|
Due to unforeseen circumstances, some participants had to drop out, a couple had technical difficulties and *cough* one attempted to use someone else's writing. We narrowed it down to the top three entries for everyone to vote on. Participants could either speak via YouTube or by way of an mp3. Just click the play button on the audio files to listen. This particular blog may be updated throughout the day, so be sure to check back!
Please Note: This contest is for fun, and no hatred or ignorant comments will be tolerated in any form or fashion. The link to vote for a contestant will be at the end of this post. Please know that you can only vote for one person and all duplicate votes will be thrown out. Voting will be open until November 8 @ 11:00pm EST.
idkhow2say - Muhfuq A Fairytale
@Lil_Creep - R.I.P.
|Posted on October 25, 2012 at 1:00 PM||comments (3)|
Our guest co-hosts from the "Lesbian Lingo" show, blessed us with an interview. Capone & Jazs, an awesomly dynamic duo of hosts & emcees from the Metro Atlanta area, were great enough to give us a glimpse into their lives. They discussed coming out, their friendship, their shows, and their future endeavors. You will definitely want to check the interview out and if you're ever in the Atlanta area, be sure to check this awesome duo out, I guarantee you'll have a great time!
For more information on the dates & locations they'll be performing at in Atlanta, be sure to stay up to date with their Twitter pages:
|Posted on September 26, 2012 at 12:10 AM||comments (0)|
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the poetry slam has been moved to the beginning of November. We're sorry for any inconvenience that this has or may cause. The prizes are still awesome and available, it has just been pushed back one month.
For those that did not know, the contest has been changed from a "rap battle" to a spoken word contest. Because the contest has been moved back, there is still plenty of time to sign up if you'd like to participate. For the full contest information, click here. Once you have read the contest information, you may fill out the application here if you're interested. The only requirement that can not be worked around is age. To participate, you MUST be 18+.
If you have any questions, please let us know. You may email us at email@example.com or drop us a message here on the site. Thank you.
- The Team
|Posted on August 23, 2012 at 12:50 AM||comments (0)|
Miss Money (Kim Ward) granted us an interview to discuss her music, and the motivation and passion behind her art. Miss Money is a highly talented lesbian artist from Pittsburgh, PA. Her accomplishments are practically endless; Bragging Rights Awards for Pittsburgh Rooking of The Year in 2009, nomination for Pittsburgh Hip Hop Awards for the best new artist, opening act for RUN DMC giving direct support for Mr. Russell Simmons and setting the tone as an opening artist for Wiz Khalifa, and many more...and let's not forget about her mix tapes and submissions for a couple of books, all of which she discussed in this interview.
Needless to say, Miss Money is an artist that is sure to go far in this world. She's motivated, passionate and never forgets where she's from. With her original lyrics coming straight from her life experiences, it's no wonder that her music is so well received. Check out the interview below and keep an eye out for some major moves that Miss Money will be making soon.
* Miss Money's information can be found at the end of this post!
Music featured in the interview:
- Handlin' My Bizznass
* Both songs are featured on her Henny & Smoke Mix Tape. Links Below.
CHECK OUT THE HOT VIDEO FOR MONEY:
Facebook: MISS Money dc
Reverbnation: Miss Money
Did you enjoy the interview? Let us know your thoughts and comments below!
|Posted on August 20, 2012 at 11:35 PM||comments (8)|
I created Team Lesbian's in 2010, and although I did not have a clear view of where I wanted to take it, I never gave up but kept investing time and energy into the brand. It surely wasn't easy all of the time, but nonetheless, it was rewarding and still very much is. Along the way, Team Lesbian's has lost some individuals but we've also gained an even better friendship and business relationship with Dani and Nay.
It has come to my attention (although I was always aware) that there are some people that are not happy with the Team Lesbian's brand or the many mediums that we utilize to keep in touch with our members; however, the negativity only helps to further motivate us.
I'm writing this blog because I wanted to let the people that actually do support us know that we're sincerely doing all that we do to keep you happy and entertained. We're not perfect and we never will be, but a lot of blood, sweat, tears and resources have gone into running this website, Twitter, Blog Talk Radio, Facebook and Tumblr. We have our bad days like everyone else but we attempt to not let that spill over into Team Lesbian's. I'm just not sure that some people are aware of all that goes into doing what we are trying to do, but it does bother me when these individuals spread negative and hurtful comments when they themselves are doing nothing to assist the LGBT community in any way. In short, if you do not like Team Lesbian's or what we stand for, please know that at any time you're free to leave the website, unfollow us on Twitter, un-like us on Facebook, quit listening on Blog Talk Radio or stop following us on Tumblr. It's a free world and you always have a choice.
To those that support us even through our bad moments, I thank you so much. It means much more than you will ever know. If you ever need anything, let us know and we will do the very best that we can to assist you. The website is not perfect but we're not giving up...we'll continue to work on it to see to it that teamlesbians.com meets your needs. If you'd like to help us on our mission, join the site and post topics, comments, poems, songs or anything else to the forum page or follow us on any of our other pages. I apologize if the site is not yet what you are looking for, but please know that we will not give up until it is. Thanks for all of the genuine love and support that you give to us, it never goes unnoticed!