Lucienmae over at FourTwoNine gave a glowing report of the 2013 conference;
Moraga was the first person on a lot of people’s minds that evening. “She’s just such a great speaker, and at the end, she got a standing ovation,” said a conference attendee.
Moraga, the co-editor of “This Bridge Called My Back” and celebrated playwright, activist, and essayist, spoke about the complexity of the masculine identity in a contemporary world. “I did not want to be a man,” said Moraga, “but I had wanted to be a boy.”
Fresh on everybody’s mind were the BUTCH Voices performances that featured many spoken word performances, live musical acts, and a very funny D’Lo, a comedian from Los Angeles who doubled as the host for the St Harridan’s Gala.
Read the rest of the article here: http://fourtwonine.com/2013/08/20/2879-butch-voices-butch-style/