• 01:26

    LEZ ELEGANCE RADIO: Strap On - Strap Off, Do Femmes Strap up?

    in LGBT

    It's not about the strap, it's about the person behind the strap.


    Discuss the Myths: About why lesbians use the strap-ons
    Discuss the most asked question, " If lesbians are going to use a strap-on why not just be with a man?


    Independent artist Hip-Hop, R&B, House Music, have your music put in rotation by emailing a MP3 track to contact.us@lezeleganceinc.com

  • 00:13

    Jeunes Femmes!! Controlez Votre Image Sur les Reseaux Sociaux.

    in Family

    Jeunes Femmes!! Controlez Votre Image Sur les Reseaux Sociaux.

    Alexa Paul sur Radio Comedy FM , 509Rezo; Radio Cacique D'Haiti Live

  • 01:35

    SMEARED LIPSTICK: Where are all the Fierce Femmes At

    in Social Networking

    Femme is a term used by many feminine-identified queer people from diverse and equally valuable backgrounds including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other queer folks. Femmes are fierce and use their voices to make themselves visible. Nevertheless, as femme women, they are often invisible to other queer people. They are often seen as heteronormative, apolitical, less radical and less queer in a community where being visible depends on being masculine or androgynous. This femmephobia in queer communities – this devaluation and stigmatization of queer femininity – is a form of misogyny that is rooted in dominant patriarchal culture  
    Keisha Watkins and Nkenge Jazz Burkhead are the co-founders of SMEARED LIPSTICK. The group is for lesbians of color who identify as femme (lipstick)! Their goal is to increase visibility and sisterhood within the femme community. Femme and Proud – we want to hear from you! How do you express your femme power in a patriarchal world? Do you feel invisible, disempowered? Is all this femme/butch talk much ado about nothing? Come on Fierce Femmes – let’s here you roar!!Okay Femmes Speak –Up Support-because Silence is not an OPTION!
    Sept 25th call 347-215-8985 at 10:30 est, 9:30 cst, 8:30 mtn and 7:30 pst. press 1 to be heard.

  • 01:02


    in LGBT

    In the LGBT HOOD, we always seem to talk about the shortcomings of masculine identified women and how they are full of shit. What about the femmes? Why doesn't anyone ever discuss how full of shit they can be? We wil be talking about this tonight!

  • 01:29

    Breaking Barriers: Label Bashing "Stud for Stud" and "Down Low Studs"

    in LGBT


    Hope Androgyne Spirit, speaks out on the myths about Stud For Stud


    Discuss prejudicial attack in the LGBTQ community.
    Talks about discrimination within the LGBTQ community.
    Name what we believe are the top 10 things lesbians discriminate against in the community.
    Discuss "Down Low Studs" studs that still have husbands or boyfriends.


    Independent artist Hip-Hop, R&B, House Music, have your music put in rotation by emailing a MP3 track to contact.us@lezeleganceinc.com

  • 01:17

    DoMinating Mondays "Touch Me Nots: Do They Make Femmes Want To Cheat or Nah"

    in Radio

    Dï Thomas, Marti "Tipp" Steele, & Steezo Da Champ brings you real, raw, and uncut conversations. Touching on subjects ranging from dating, labels, bedroom play, & many more you are sure to get your mix of laughs and answers especially with Steezo being the level headed philospher. Tipp's ability to deliver her point with that straight forward attitude contributes to the tell it like it is mentality that keeps the show on point and the listeners entertained.  Dï's calm demeanor and ability to deliver her point without setting any five alarm fires is the balance needed to make for smooth and informative dialect. Together the D-Boiis will keep your Mondays entertaining. So ladies hold on to your panties and Doms pull up a chair and take a few notes from this triple treat.

  • 01:05


    in LGBT

    Why are studs usually the ones that have to approach femmes? Thats corny! We will discuss this further on this show. Tune in

  • 01:31


    in Women

    If Aryka Randallll has her way, FEMMES WILL RULE THE WORLD. It would be a requirement for all to INDULGE in a world all things FAB and FEMME if youre QUEER. Shes on a mission, and has already created a demographic space for all who identify. VIVA THE FAB FEMME BLOG!!

    She created The Fab Femme Blog in 2010, with the intention of unifying femme women and men throughout the country. Has the word "femme" been misunderstood?


  • 02:25

    Réseau des femmes yateguye ikiganiro "Rwanda – Conférence internationale"

    in Politics Progressive

    Host : Serge Ndayizeye

    TOPIC : Réseau des femmes yateguye umunsi wo kuganira kunzira y'amahoro i brussels 

    “La femme africaine dans le processus de paix et de réconciliation”

    Conférence internationale organisée par Le Réseau International des femmes pour la démocratie et la paix, section belge (RifDP), asbl Corwabel et Jambo asbl.

    Date: 05 Avril 2014

    Salle: Avenue du Sipelberg, 1
    1080 Molenbeek-St-Jean – Belgique


    13h30 : Accueil
    14h00 : Ouverture du colloque par Mme Primitiva Mukarwego, présidente du RifDP – section Belgique.
    15h15 : «Vivre la diversité comme un cadeau du ciel » par l’Abbé Juvénal RUTUMBU, théologien et écrivain

    15h35 : « Le vécu quotidien des femmes au Kivu » par Maitre Fabrice CALAMARO, Juriste, professeur de droit à Paris et avocat à Bruxelles

    15h55 : « L’atteinte à la dignité humaine: les femmes face à la guerre » par Mme Judi REVER, journaliste canadienne

    16h20 : «Témoignage à partir d’une expérience vécue» par Sœur Cécilia, religieuse de Sainte Marie
    16h40 : «Témoignage d’exil » par Mme Liliane BAHUFITE, membre de Jambo asbl
    17h00 : Pause-café
    17h30 : Questions – réponses
    18h00 : Echanges et conclusion
    19h00 : Repas au profit des organisateurs
    20h-00h: Soirée animée par les organisateurs




  • 00:37


    in Music

    Showmanship is the best description of jazz drummer Paula Hampton.  The Middletown, Ohio native arrived in New York in the late 1960s and what was meant as a short visit turned into the rest of her life. Pianist Jill McManus’ Jazz Sisters hired her quickly, and Paula remained with them through the mid-1970s. She joined Sandra Reeves-Phillips on The Late Great Ladies of Jazz & Blues Europe and Africa tour.  When the band returned to the U.S., Paula and pianist Lillette Jenkins stayed behind to perform in Bern, Switzerland for three weeks.  Stateside, Paula joined the great Dakota Staton for 5 years. She performed from with The Hampton Family Orchestra, lead by her mother, Aletra Hampton, featuring her uncle, Slide Hampton and aunt, Dawn Hampton.  With jazz pianist Bertha Hope, Paula formed Jazzberry Jam! with vocalist Pat Spann and bassist, Carline Ray.  Jazzberry Jam! performed internationally for 15 years.  They performed at the 1998 Child of the Sun Festival in Lakeland, Florida. The documentary film, Les Femmes du Jazz, featured Jazzberry Jam! and won the Best Documentary Award at France’s Bairritz Film Festival (FIPA) in 2000. Bertha, Paula, and Carline received the Mary Lou Williams Women In Jazz Award at Washington, D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 2005. In 2006, Jazzberry Jam! provided the live music for the well-received documentary, Been Rich All My Life, which chronicled the historically rich lives of Harlem’s famed former showgirls, The Silver Belles. The Jazz Foundation of America keeps Paula fairly busy performing and she works with other musicians as well.



  • 00:02

    Studs vs Femmes

    in Entertainment

    Facebook Fan Page "Studs vs Femmes" teams up with BabygirlofNJ to discuss topics amongst the LGBT community. 

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