About

A lesbian scientist’s thoughts on lesbianism, sexuality, femme identity, feminism, politics, society, history, women in science, glamour and retro style.

My primary blog is Sapphicscientist’s Blog, where I blog on nature, role models, women in science, sexuality and science in general.

I have a microbiology blog, Microbiology For The Masses, where I aim to discuss microbiology in general terms.

I also have a creative writing blog, Red Passion Writings, which at the moment is mostly full of poetry.

4 Responses to “About”

  1. Jerry December 16, 2013 at 4:14 am #

    hello it is very refreshing to read a post with your perspective on a time period that I always had an interested in for years. I like that you are writing a fictional story about the French Revolution and how women played a role in the armies. I have often thought about the passion and romance that the people had for each other during that time as well as their passion to fight for freedom. I also have been working on stories involving ladies of the revolution that seek revenge against the royalists who treated them harshly during the 1780s. I often wondered what passion would thrive the ladies once the revolution came in 1789 and especially during the Reign of Terror years. Anyway, I would love to read your story. Sincerely, Jerry

    • sapphicscientist December 16, 2013 at 9:30 am #

      Thanks Jerry for you comment. Great to see others are interested in such a fascinating period in history. Perhaps one day I will have my story published.

  2. Jerry W October 19, 2014 at 2:36 am #

    Jerry here again. I also have a fascination and like to imagine some of ladies being used in a feminist role but still fighting for the rights of the French Revolution. A lady soldier can always capture a lady aristocrat without her trying to make the excuse that a man should not put their hands on a lady. A lady revolutionary would nullify the royal lady’s excuse and she would be able to capture her. Plus I think that ladies of the French Republic would enjoyed capturing the female aristocrats. I can’t wait for your story and thank you so much for the reply to my first comment to you. Sincerely, Jerry

    • sapphicscientist October 19, 2014 at 12:21 pm #

      Thank you for the interesting points and encouragement. Certainly something to think about!

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