Girl Game Changes
Our former style was to maintain a rotating schedule. There have been some difficulties with posting on GG in this way due to various factors but we sustained it for a good while considering we’re busy girls. We certainly don’t want to exert any pressure on each other for any of the girls to post. It’s no good without self-gratification and enjoying exploring your ideas. We’re officially formalising now that we have changed to a ‘post when you feel like it!’ style. We can’t promise you a regular schedule as such, so add us to your rss feed aggregators (e.g. Google Reader), subscribe to the blog via email or check us however you like. I predict intense variability.
Currently I am now de facto in charge, as I currently some time and inclination to devote to this site, although this will change very soon.
We’ve been going on for the best part of a year now and it’s great to have feedback. So please everyone readers and GirlGamers , give me your thoughts and input. Publicly if possible! Don’t be too mean ;)
Just to let you know we’re open to submissions and indeed calling for them. Guest writers has been something we’ve always discussed. If there is anything remotely connected to the topic of knowing how to love men, how a woman can better her life or an opinion piece on gender relations you want to submit, we’d welcome it. I’d suggest you e-mail us collectively (e-mails are on our The Girls page) and whomever is available will give you an answer within a hopeful target time of one day. Regular contributors will get their name in pink lights to the right.
Some of you whom we (by that, I mean I or one of the other girls) have found interesting will be getting e-mails. I dearly hope you contribute!
I believe our strength is in our diversity. We’ve managed to accommodate perspectives that range across ethnicities, experiences, political and spiritual inclinations. Synthesising them along with comparing anecdotal evidence to data has enlightened us all. The arguments we’ve had have made us grow. We’ve constantly reminded ourselves through this venture about the importance of investing in relationships, in men and in healthy attitudes. I admit we’ve played our jokes. We like to have fun, we like to play but to be honest this Game? It’s our life.
We’re very male friendly and that’s the tone we set in our different ways. I’d love articles from men if they feel this venue is suitable: I believe men have very important things to say about the nature of love and sexuality of a female in the modern times. I welcome articles commenting on strategies on how to exploit men: I believe this engenders a great discussion as well as enlightens male readers as to the wiles and ways of women. I even welcome articles that delve into your ideas about men that aren’t male friendly, although I’d attach a disclaimer to it depending and you have to be ready for some intense deconstruction of your ideas, which hopefully is open-minded.
That’s all, folks. It’s been a great ride so far thanks to LIL, and I hope we can continue to grow, incubate, fertilise and nurture GirlGame together.