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Wearing turtleneck sweaters and pleated pants, DeDrew — played by Kate McKinnon — and a rotating cast of girlfriends and former flings revel in their co-dependent tendencies and love of bad puns, while extolling the virtues and forgiving the flaws of abandoned cats. A cat is an itch that scratches you. Their cats sign their holiday cards. While the rest of the world cringed and laughed, this stereotype of fierce love for cats has helped queer and gay women build community and visibility for nearly 50 years. Many queer women and lesbians will take every opportunity to talk publicly about their cats. Zoie Palmer from Lost Girl has a cat who tweets. Jane Lynch narrated a documentary for National Geographic about a lady with cats. Like all stereotypes, the belief that the bond between lesbians and cats transcends genus and species is rooted in legend as much as truth.
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Our love of pussies expands beyond vulvas to you know, actual cats. I mean, here are the facts. Cats are known to be sneaky and superstitious the black cat.
Specifically, it picks up on how lesbians have played with pejorative cultural associations linking cats and dykes, with cats cropping up in queer media as a self-referential in-joke amongst lesbian-identified people. Purposefully including the transmasculine people and trans women that have moved within lesbian communities throughout time, rather than just the cis women who have come to gate-keep these spaces in the current day, the exhibition gestures towards a more expansive definition of dyke-dom. In many ways, the exhibition is less focussed on the artefacts, be they zines or protest materials, on display, but rather how lesbians have defined themselves through their own media, from print to digital. The Watermelon Woman comes out 20 years after the founding of the collection and you can see that the archive already circulates as a reference, especially in the US lesbian cultures. I was spending a lot of time with archival documents and I noticed a lot of cats coming up. To some degree, yes. Cats kind of recirculate specifically because they have all of these associations.