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I am a lazy ass. But I like LJ.

I started a comic. I have been notoriously bad about updating these things, but I'm finding myself more and more into the webcomic scene, as well as some niche/international lesbian shows (Tierra de Lobos, for example). The best place to interact with people of these interests seems to be El Jay, so here I am. Be gentle.


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Feb. 18th, 2012 11:07 am (UTC)
Best development on LJ in FOREVER
Welcome back!

I meant to ask before, but I forgot -

1.) Rosetta Stone: Do you recommend it as a platform for learning a language? I have been curious about it for years, but I have never been able to bring myself to fork out the money.

2.) Niche/International Lesbian Shows: Recommendations? Besides, TdL of course. Which I need to be watching, my awful grasp of Spanish aside, because it combines two of my favorite things- Westerns and Lesbians.
Feb. 19th, 2012 03:07 am (UTC)

1) I do recommend it, yes. The only thing is you have to be diligent about doing it regularly. I had lapsed badly in my Spanish and was able to pick it up again using RS - but I stuck to a pretty regular schedule with it. Not constant, because the lesson style can get repetitive, but enough to build on what I'd learned without having to jog my memory. How much does it cost? I snagged mine for nothing, so I'm curious.

2) You've come to the right place:

- Lost Girl (Canada)
- Amar en Tiempos Revueltos (Spain, also a period piece)
- Lua Vermelha (Portugal) - haven't actually seen this one, but I'm told the Luisa/Margarida pairing is good.
- Bomb Girls (Canada) - just started this one. It's not really overtly lesbian, as it's another period piece (WWII), it's more about the sexual awakening of one of the girls toward another girl. So far it's interesting.

Let me know if you need link direction, I watch most of this stuff on YouTube. Bomb Girls you can find by googling.
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