NYC Concerned Lesbians for NYC

We're lesbians. We're concerned. We're concerned about New York

About

Concerned lesbian folksinger Georgia O’Leaf and concerned lesbian yeast rights activist Billie Jean Rainbow Womboon (shout out to our HERstories) formed this public service musical duo in the aftermath of the 2012 Superstorm-sandy related hamster and butter debacle. Working entirely by consensus, this collective manifests-oops women festing good will wherever they go with their message of conscious-raising kindness. They’re concerned, really really concerned (no seriously, they are concerned) about the hard-hitting issues that consume the lives of New York’s struggling masses. Using their own unique blend of extremely poor singing, the slightly condescending lecture, and playing instruments appropriated from other cultures these sapphic powerhouses are treating subway riding New Yorkers to presentations like:

  • Nonconsensual Group Therapy for All
  • Teaching muggers to use “I” statements
  • Kombucha making for tourists: Iowa needs more fungus
  • Speed composting
  • Rodent’s Rights. Can’t we all just get along?

THE REVIEWS ARE IN:

“Weaving anger into song they end up with a hook-rug of happiness… ”  -Lesbian News of Lesbians Today

“Joan Baez meets Joan Jet meets the sound of picking up trash from your curb” Bob Dylan’s Great Nephew in FolkScreaming Quarterly

Just listen to some of the praises they’ve gotten from their thrilled subway patrons:

“Wow, they sure are PHAT. They look exactly like you’d think lesbians look.”

“Does that one know how to really play a guitar…

“Great. Now I know how to re-pot a plant. Thanks for ruining my only 30 minutes in a day I don’t have to worry about anything else.”

“I’ll never get that 3-minutes of my life back.”

WHAT TIME IS IT?

WHAT TIME IS IT?

IT’S CONCERNED MIDDLE AGED LESBIAN TIME!


One response to “About

  1. Bip says:

    as far as i’m concerned, i’d rather be speed composting and repotting plants than anything else.

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