thank you everyone for your support of me and Lisa Ganser’s Queer Romance Come to Life. just hours away now from our deadline, we are still looking for donations to help us reach our goal. can you donate $25? or $11? or $500? (check the perks, it’s worth it). we need a couple fairy god mothers to push us over the edge. thank you everyone for your support.
dear WHOLE WIDE WORLD…
i have met my match. her name is Lisa Ganser and she is perfect for me, we are in L O V E. only problem is she lives in minneapolis and i live in san francisco. and we are gonna change that. so we have launched this campaign to raise money so she can move here and we can be together.
from our pitch: “We are Lisa Ganser (Minneapolis, MN) and Nomy Lamm (San Francisco, CA), and we have fallen bravely, sweetly, expansively into a love that has quickly turned both of our lives around and saturated us with possibility. Much of it played out publicly on Facebook (there are good things that happen with social media). If you believe for even half a second that those sappy songs, those sonnets, those movies, those cheesy musicals have any truth in them… Well enable us. Enable what we are in, this romantic comedy that is our life. Love is not just for the most privileged amongst us! You don’t have to be rich and straight and skinny and able bodied to be the main character. You don’t have to wait until you are able to get married. You can be a radical queer fat activist crazy person on disability, someone who would always rather give to your community than ask for help, and you can say: We want to be together, and we need support to make this happen. Please open up your heart, your pocket, your coin purse, your fanny pack for us, to help make this dream a reality.”
perks include making a wish for you, liking all your posts on facebook, telling our friends we think you’re cute, setting you up on a date, and calling out YOUR name during sex
click here to read our story and make a donation: INVINCIBLE SUMMER
thank you. as Lisa says, ‘it takes a village to raise a village.’
here’s a love POW back at ya! XO love nomy………
April 25-28, Kamilche, WA (about 20 min outside Olympia)
Who is this for?
-open to all levels, styles, abilities
-queer safe space
-we will do our best to accommodate chemical sensitivities and food allergies
-unfortunately the cabin is not wheelchair accessible. There are about 15 steps.
The retreat begins Thursday evening and ends Sunday evening. We will all be staying at the cabin together so you will need to bring your own bedding, whatever you need to be comfortable either on a hardwood floor or camping outdoors. Food is provided.
$300-600 sliding scale, includes three full days and nights and all meals.
we require a $100 non-refundable deposit to save your spot
there are limited work trade/scholarships available, ask us if you’re interested
deadline for registration: April 1
if you have questions or need flexibility please don’t hesitate to contact us
Nomy Lamm and Erin Daly have been collaborating on music and dreams for nearly a decade. They’ve toured the country together several times, spreading their vision around the US in the three-piece hybrid-genre band Tricrotic, and on the New Road Home tour with DavEnd. They’ve played at festivals including Homo-a-go-go, Ladyfest, Idapalooza, Camp Trans and Outfest. When not immersed in a ((double hug)), Erin roams the wilds of Washington making medicine with the plants she encounters, and Nomy lives in San Francisco writing stories and teaching people to access their voices.
Set in the magical forest of one queer artist’s imagination, Fabulous Artistic Guys Get Overtly Traumatized Sometimes: The Musical!, follows our heroine, DavEnd, as she attempts to write a musical despite her own fears of scarcity and the taunting words of Officer Homo (Stanley Frank). With the help of her Fairy Drag Mother (World Famous *BOB*), she is introduced to a cast of well dressed homosexual clichés– Fruitcake (Travis Santell Rowland), Flamer (Rotimi Agbabiaka), Pansy (Nomy Lamm), and Pussy (Ben McCoy) – and suddenly the musical takes on a life of its own as they take the pages of her discarded script and decide to put on their own show. With singing pink cakes, dancing mirrors, couture genitalia and one stately flower looking for love on the internet, all brought to life through DavEnd’s signature sound and storytelling, Fabulous Artistic Guys Get Overtly Traumatized Sometimes: The Musical!, lives up to it’s title, and more!
FOR TICKETS: fabulousartisticguys.com
Everywhere! Your Living Room, Library, Infoshop, Garage, Basement, Etc!
Sins Fam – The Pay Per View Performance is Back!!!!
We are thrilled to announce the 2nd year of our pay-per-view webstreaming of our 2009 performances! That’s right friends, if you missed the 2009 annual performance, or if you want to see it again (and again, and again…) – watch it alone cuddled up on your couch or throw a viewing party – or both! From August 5th – 11th, you will be able to watch our 2009 performance 24 hours a day in your own home, your school, the café – wherever you can get an internet connection!
Between August 5th – 11th, just click http://dualpowerproductions.com/sins-invalid/. Because it’s a Pay-per-View, you will be asked to pay by clicking a sliding scale donation button before you view the performance (we suggest $10, though the minimum is $2).
Then, you will be ready to watch Sins Invalid featuring the artistic works of Aurora Levins Morales, Mat Fraser, Cara Page, Nomy Lamm, Leroy Moore, seeley quest, Maria Palacios, Antoine Hunter, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, John Benson, Todd Herman, Ralph Dickinson and Patty Berne – and you can watch with your kitties and puppies, your hot new date, a few close friends or family members, your classmates or a houseful of cool guests! It’s totally up to you!
Now if you do want to host a viewing party and get some support from us, it’s easy! Just send us an email at <email@example.com> with your contact information…
hello friends, fans & family… please consider making a donation to Sins Invalid to help us finish our documentary. every little bit helps.
“What makes Sins Invalid so powerful is that it thoroughly succeeds artistically and erotically, separate from the impact of its political message. Sins Invalid challenges its audience to think about sexuality, beauty, and disability in new and expanded ways. But Sins Invalid is also, quite simply, a hot, arousing, sexually charged evening of thought-provoking, imaginative sexual entertainment that only happens to be entirely by and about people with disabilities.”
- David Steinberg, SFGate
“Sins Invalid’s work is a vibrant necessity in this age of bland complacency. The art that is presented brings the intersectionality of race, gender, class, and ability and throws it in your face, forcing the viewer to come to terms with how these realities are not so different and yet so different for those with disabilities. And this is beautifully done with the erotic and the body.”
- Phem Magazine