Counting the days can be an exciting, daunting, or boredom-inducing task, but whatever reason you have for keeping a schedule these five calendars will keep watching the days an enjoyable task.
I was crestfallen last year that my favorite excellently themed east coast lovin’ was on hiatus, but it’s back with a vengeance this year. Celebrating 12 months of lesbian pulp focuses on the ’50s and ’60s paperbacks featuring “riled-up roommates, saucy sailors, two-timing homemakers, and smoldering soldiers in their barracks.”
A portion of the proceeds go to Sylvia’s Place, an emergency overnight shelter for LGBTQ youth, so you can feel good about your voyeurism.
Perhaps a spin-off, this Anglo-lovin pages nevertheless encompass a world of women this year with their “I Love Global Girls 2011.” From the inside of an igloo to lusciously hot jungles and beaches to the sunny sandlot of American baseball these lusty ladies travel the world of make-outs.
Who says that femme-lovers should have all the fun? This female beefcake calendar has got all your butch bases covered. Non-conforming gender identities can be just as hot as mainstream sexuality and these hotties in gleaming towels and tighty whities or tattoo-laden ladies hauling dumbbells prove that easily.
While not solely a lesbian calendar TYK is dedicated to showing real women cyclists, and what dyke doesn’t love a bike?
Whether it’s a femme fatale or a naughty libraries they’re all paired with bikes as lovely as they are. 100% of TYK calendar sales go directly to The Chicago Women’s Health Center, which has provided affordable health care and education to women and trans people since 1975. My, but aren’t queers philanthropic?
Just because they’re born again men doesn’t mean the FTMs of Original Plumbing aren’t sexy Sapphic poster children. Presented in teen heartthrob fashion, each lad gets a stat sheet and a list of favorites just in case you need to know his favorite date spot.
Get ’em while they’re hot! What’s your favorite 2011 calendar?