A busy hoe is a happy hoe
What we've been up to
Yesterday began Lesbian Visibility Week which is an annual observance in the United States and the United Kingdom dedicated to increasing the awareness of lesbian women and their issues. Today is Lesbian Visibility Day! To those wonderful individuals who feel that Sapphic love we wish to celebrate you.
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Hello everyone! The last Sunday of the month is upon is which means its time for Sister Story Time. Please join us as we share wonderful stories today!
Picture it! San Francisco, April 15th 1979. It's Easter Sunday and while children are frantically fighting to the death over plastic filled eggs and dollar store bunnies, 3 men took to the streets in full traditional nuns habits to set forth a challenge to the world and shake up the conformist atmosphere present.
Sister Vicious PHB (Ken Bunch), Sister Missionary Position (Fred Brungard) and Baruch Golden, went in full traditional habits through the streets of San Francisco and marched right down to the nude beach. One even carried a machine gun for protection. The locals reactions were that of shock and amazement, as the men, undoubtedly, captured everyone’s interest.
In the fall of 1979, Sister Hysterectoria – Agnes (Edmund Garron) and Reverend Mother (Bill Graham) went to the first International Radical Faerie gathering and encountered even more men with the calling. Our four founders; Sister Vicious PHB; Reverend Mother; Sister Missionary Position; and Sister Hysterectoria-Agnes; convened with their new friends and spoke our name into existence.
“The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence”.
Happy Easterversary!!!!! 43 years of making change and shaking it up!
It was Fagatha all along!!!. Spoiler alert..it really was!. Today our amazing Sister Fagetha Hardness made her debut appearance at Saluki Con at the SIU of Carbondale Campus where they were hosting the Gaymer Lounge. During the course of the day a panel discussion was called "She Got Game: Sex and Gender in Video Games" was held as well as a All Ages Superhero Puppet making workshop and a One Shot (kinky) D&D Campaigns. But the most noteworthy was the amazing unveiling of Sister Fagatha Hardness (formerly Sister Ferda Boyce) frocked in amazing garb and wig to boot. Welcome Sister Fagatha Hardness..we knew it was you all along!
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Sister Fagetha Hardness and Sister Mothra Stewart invaded the SIU Campus to partake in the Transition Your Closet event hosted by the SIU LGBTQ Resource Center and the SIU Career Development Center!. This event was free to all who attended and we were asked to participate. What a wonderful event it was too. Sister. Mothra found many wonderful items to nibble on so sorry to anyone who's sweater had a little hole or 5 in it. We will discuss her eating habits during our next development meeting. Thank you to SIU of Carbondale for their continued support and for inviting us to participate in this wonderful event!.
Need a new wardrobe for interviews or work? Interested in new gender expressions? Just need some new clothes or to get rid of some old ones? Come by and pick up a new outfit or two. We also accept donations of gently used and washed clothing, shoes, and jewlery.
No Sister Milkshake didnt break a hip bringing all the boys to her yard...yet.. its just time for our April Dirty Hoe Down!
Email us at "SOILSistersDirtyHoes(at)gmail.com" to play along and even manifest with us on Zoom this Sunday, April 10, 5-7pm CT. We'll also be streaming the event as a Facebook Live Event on our SOIL Sisters FB page if you want to watch and comment here. Come get dirty with us--April showers make a lot of mud!
Last night we joined together to celebrate and stand with our transgender siblings for Transgender Day of Visibility which was presented by Rainbow Cafe LGBTQ Center. We were honored by such amazing speakers as Morgan Robertson, Carli Álvarez and Grayson Alexander. After their moving words we took to the streets to march for equality.
What an amazing experience and while our crowds may have been small, our voices and hearts are loud. What an amazing time to be present with our community doing the good work.