Featured in Nylon magazine: How To Live ‘The L Word’ Life In L.A.


Photog Robert Coshland

Pretty stoked to be featured in Nylon’s magazine’s write-up of how the REAL lesbian/queer life in Los Angeles. As well as my dungeons, Dungeon East; my all female play party BDSFEMME and the monthly club I perform at Cruise.

Read intro here:

Showtime’s The L Word took the early ’90s trending of lesbian chic and made it into a full-fledged television series from 2004 to 2009. The soapy show was (and still is) the only one of its kind, completely focused on lesbian and bisexual women. Although largely shot in Vancouver, the setting of Los Angeles played a significant role, as Bette, Shane, Alice, and Co. weren’t the kind of queer women homebodies you hear about, sitting around with their partners, knitting their cat sweaters. They were constantly getting together and going out, whether it was to their favorite hang, The Planet, or a strip club for a night out.

While some of The L Word locales were fictional, many were not, and some of them are even around now. There are also plenty of options for women who might want similar aesthetics to the onscreen settings they’ve come to see as the L.A. lesbian lifestyle.

Here’s a guide to living your best L Word life in Los Angeles. There’s no better time to do it than now, as the show prepares for a reboot on Showtime. I hope you fare better than Jenny Schecter.

Read the rest of the article about Me here.

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