I lost 30 minutes of alleged ‘getting up and getting dressed’ time this morning because I had this playing on repeat. Everything is amazing with this. Including me and you and other like such as.
A short time later Lugwilde’s skirts were raised, her round bottom bared to the gaze of the village at large. She seemed to be a particularly shameless maiden, for she moved her hips back and forth in a way which made her cheeks jiggle and bounce for the amusement of the many onlookers.
The crowd tittered and giggled in response. There had never been such entertainment in the village and there probably never would be again, for this was the day one of their number was whipped by a queen. The atmosphere was not at all what one might have expected, there was no solemnity amidst the village ladies. It was quickly taking on the air of a small carnival. Someone was selling sweet nuts, and another was taking bets on how many strokes Lugwilde would receive.
RuPaul’s Drag Race returns soon, and with it some new fierce queens. *squee* This is one of my favorites from a previous season, Alyssa Edwards, who also has a YouTube show called ‘Alyssa’s Secret’. So worth it. So, so, so, worth it.
Lesbia is the internet’s premier online lesbian fantasy webseries.
(I have no idea if that is true or not, but let’s pretend it is.)
Here’s is a quick breakdown of recent events for people who might have read some of it, but not all of it, or who like reading summaries of things they already read.
It’s recap time!
And precap time too. (A precap is where you recap things you haven’t actually posted yet. It’s like precognition, but with fewer letters.)
A prisoner of her own prison!
Liz is somewhat a prisoner of her own silliness, but mostly of the sinfully butch warriors Kira and Trebuchet. Her fate is yet to be determined, but as Lesbia’s most normal sized giant and secret witch, it’s probably going to be somewhat chaotic.
Fires in trees confound logic!
Ayla and Vix have been lured into the elven realm where there are fireplaces in trees. Inside trees! So many logistical concerns! Ayla’s mother is on the loose, which is a surprise to Ayla because she had presumed her mother was dead under a not inconsiderable pile of obsidian. Turns out it’s hard to keep an evil elf down.
And coming soon…
Queen Cadentis solves a problem involving beets. Yes mama, beets. Because a real queen, even one masquerading as one of her own guard needs to be a proactive problem solver. She can give you several examples of a time she used her lateral thinking skills to effect an ideal solution. She’s customer focused, she’s driven and she’s excited to take on any job that comes her way with all the inexplicable passion modern employers expect people to bring to minimum wage positions. She knows nothing about any of this, but she would be just as good at making your latte as ruling your realm.
This is a link to Lesbia. If you click it, good things will happen.
Lesbia has been updating. In an updaterly fashion. In the lastest updates, Ayla and Vix meet some elfy elves and one of them talks smack about Ayla’s mother. Oh no she didn’t! (Oh yes she did.)
“I knew your mother,” the elf said. “I hoped you would not take after her, but I suppose there was never much hope for you.”
Vix felt Ayla bristle.
“You most certainly did not know my mother,” Ayla replied. “If you had, you would not be standing here today.”
Tabatha Coffey giving some constructive feedback on Debbie, a salon owner who doesn’t understand why eleven of her staff have walked out within a six month period.
In the aftermath of a very fruitless search for Ayla, Liz kneeled bound and gagged between Kira and Trebuchet, the boots of both warriors marking the limits of her movement. Aeron and Moon sat somewhat distant, watching as decisions were made.