The phrase “conservative lesbian” isn’t exactly an oxymoron, but it does describe a very rare bird. Even at CPAC, when a libertarian radio host whose name I can’t remember wanted to prove to me that I was really a libertarian instead of a conservative and walked me over to the libertarian booth personally so I could take their test, was visibly astonished when my test showed I was smack dab in the center of their conservative bull’s eye along with only one other person. In fact, the guy who marked my test said as he put my dot in the bull’s eye, “You’re a rare bird.”
Tell me about it.
When I was starting this blog in January and I checked the number of searches in a month for the word “lesbian” versus “conservative lesbian,” I found that for a term that is searched over 22 million times a month, I had targeted a niche searched 140 times a month. (Gloom.) I tell you, gentle readers, it’s a gift. After a lifetime as a liberal Democrat, pining and praying for a return to the happy days of a Democrat president with a majority Democrat Congress, didn’t I convert to being a fiscally conservative Republican just when all of that was within my grasp?
Whatever, as a new blogger I am still discovering ways to promote “A Conservative Lesbian” and today I found Wikio and immediately broke it:
Since Wikio helpfully suggested I myself could publish a story on this subject — well, now I have.
Oh, for heaven’s sake, now my new Wikio vote button shows up on my other posts, but not this one. Well, the sun just came out after three days of rain, so I am going to work in my heirloom tomato garden because I can fix this after dark.
Mixed success — “A Conservative Lesbian” is now on Wikio, but Wikio is not entirely on “A Conservative Lesbian,” since the Wikio vote button still is not loading consistently.
Update, 6/7/2009: Welcome, Legal Insurrection readers, and thank you, Prof. William A. Jacobson, for selecting this as your post of the day. Since the Wikio vote button now is working on this post, anyway, I hope y’all will vote for this post, and I thank you in advance, if you do.