We’ve spent a considerable amount of time this evening discussing whether the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival is actually something we’d want to experience. Here are some of the highlights of our discussion, as I wipe away the tears of laughter.
D: You know they require you to sign up for work in addition to buying a ticket.
B: Seriously? How much are tickets?
D: Not cheap, like $400+.
B: Then screw those hippie vaginas, I wouldn’t work AND pay that much.
D: I don’t think you have a choice. They walk you into the tent while you “volunteer” for work.
B: Could we work together, at least? I wouldn’t want to work somewhere without you.
D: Maybe we could tell them we have codependency issues, and HAVE to work together.
*few moments of hysterical laughter*
B: But then they’d force us to attend one of the Womyn’s therapy sessions.
On Chem-Free and Chem-OK Status
B: Can you bring beer?
D: It’s unclear. I think maybe you can, but other womyn can give you “gentle reminders” about your “chems”.
B: “Chem?” That’s offensive. It’s not like you’re dealing smack if you have a couple of Bud Lites.
D: They do provide support groups for those who wish to be Chem-Free. And you get to sit in the good seats at the shows when you’re Chem-Free.
B: Do I need to sit closer to know God-Des and She suck? No.
D: True. And if anyone gave you a “gentle reminder”, I think you’d likely knock her into next Tuesday.
On Clothing Optional Events
D: You know they don’t make you wear tops at this thing.
B: That’s fine as long as I can give the womyn with fun bags hanging down to her knees a “gentle reminder” that bras aren’t just for burning after she gives me a “gentle reminder” about having my “Chem” around her recovery group.
On Whether This is Our Scene
D: Maybe we are Dinah-style circuit party lesbians more so than granola festival lesbians?
B: All signs point to yes.
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