insightful, even if you don’t live in the South
In Southernisms, we look at common southern phrases, practices, foods, music, or culture, usually after allowing readers to comment using a hashtag. This began as #youmightbegltbinthesouthif but I expanded it to help reference some of the ways LGBT life is changing in the south. I hope to next talk about the “new south” and the fusion of traditional southern culture with new trends. Post a description of something you think of as a fun, thought-provoking, or quirky example of the newsouth with #newsouth, and share it here on this blog post or on our facebook page.
This Easter Saturday, for the second year in a row, my wife Katharine and I were blessed to go to the home of two of our friends in the Triangle area of North Carolina for an old fashioned southern brunch with a twist. As with any southern brunch, there is rich food. There are…
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