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Novice Sister Allison Wonderland

Roller Skating Nuns At Skateworld

Editor’s Note: You may remember my articles about the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Part 1 and Part 2. Well, Sister Donatella Soul has agreed to provide me updates about these great sisters throughout the year. Yes, they are located all throughout San Diego County, not exclusively in the South Bay. However, their work is so […]

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego Chapter

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Improv Street Theater in San Diego

“We’re here to comfort those who are disturbed and disturb those who are comfortable.” The Sister’s of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego Chapter came into existence in April 2005. Fourteen San Diegans went up to Los Angeles and talked to their SPI about starting an order. Thereafter, the San Diego Sisters established their SPI chapter and called […]

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego Chapter

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego Chapter

  They’re witty. They’re irreverent. They have names such as Sister Hungry Bitch and Sister Hysterectoria. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego Chapter seek “to promulgate universal joy and expiate stigmatic guilt.” They’ve been called drag queens. They’ve been called a sorority of gay men. As a matter of fact, to be a Sister is a calling and their […]

Eva Tanguay

Julian Eltinge Gets Married!

Weddings! Julian fans, if you noticed the L-O-N-G break between my second post (how to pronounce Eltinge) and third post (gender blended children’s clothing of the past), I will explain: I was a BRIDE MAMA! In other words, I was diverted from finishing almost completed Blog #3 due to familial affections. Let me tell you, […]

South Bay Alliance

South Bay Alliance: An Interview with Chairman Dae Elliott

Every year since 2004 the South Bay Alliance has held an Art & Music Festival at our very own Chula Vista Bayfront. This year, I was able to interview Dae Elliott, chair/co-founder of South Bay Alliance, ahead of the event and find out more about our South Bay LGBT community. Traditionally and/or stereotypically in San […]

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