I don't know... maybe the whole BlogHer community is just attempting to raise the profile of woman in technology. While I can understand that, I really hope that one day we just won't need to do this silly stuff. Maybe they just look for the "good O'boy" (oops 'gal) networking club. But in our constant attempts to find sameness, don't we blur the beauty of uniqueness? And in grouping ourselves and others, doesn't it make the separateness all the more distinct? Why must we always have things tidied up, categorized and wrapped in a bundle?
I too wear black lace bras and beautiful lingerie. I also change my oil, fix the plumbing, mow the lawn, and exercise until I'm drenched in sweat. I love sports, swear at the refs during a hockey game, and drink beer (sometimes right out of the can). I'm a mother, a designer, arts manager, world traveler, and god knows I've spent my share of money on nerdish geeky toys. I love what I do for a living and appreciate great art and design. I'm also very happy being able to write this blog and to blogsit for others. I am not alone when I say I do not want to be lumped into some category. I am many things and I am also just a blogger.