Friday, September 6, 2013

Club Skirts "Blogs To Click": The Fab Femme

Our Club Skirts "Blogs To Click" series is a celebration of the diverse talented and leading voices that make up our queer blogosphere.

We zoom in on our many LGBT bloggers and social media influencers that are creating change, building community, and sharing content on their online platforms, not only because we absolutely love the work they do, but also, and most importantly,  because they truly deserve to be in the spotlight ... and we think you will love them too!

Today we invite you to get to know and click on: THE FAB FEMME.
WHO: The Fab Femme is the brainchild of Aryka Randall, a 26 year old media mogul in the making from San Diego, California. After relocating to Louisiana in 2004, Randall became active in her local LGBTQ community. It was here she saw the need for a more diversified representation of topics relating to the LGBTQ in the media. She decided to create a blog that would cater to a number of demographics infusing her passion for blogging, writing, and public relations.

Aryka Randall

WHAT: Since its inception, has become widely popular creating a new avenue for African-American LBGTQ women by bringing visibility to lesbian women of color and putting them into main stream media.

WHY YOU SHOULD CLICK: With her blog, Randall works to unite women of color by creating an online web series that promotes positive images of African-American and Hispanic-American women. In the future, she hopes to continue writing and to inspire young women by excelling for greatness through positivity while maintaining a healthy work ethic. 

This young go-getter didn’t just stop at the creation of a blog; her latest project, Girl Play, is a web series, set in New Orleans, which sheds light on fictional southern lesbian femmes carving out their own careers and identities in the eclectic city. It has already been compared to both Sex and the City and The L Word thanks to its sometimes funny and frank discussions about life, love and sex.

And did we mention Aryka made the GoMag "100 Women We Love" list featuring this year's selection of 100 out women who have made an impact on the community?

Click here to read the full article

The Fab Femme also provided amazing editorial coverage of The Dinah 2013 with "fab" interviews of some of our talent, celebrities and performing artists:


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