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wuluwuh
We're a pair of queer ladies who love to make stuff!
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anne choma 23 Jun 19
Ep.6. . Sad departure wasn’t it? In reality Anne Lister was relieved, but she was as kind and as comforting as she could be to Ann Walker. Extract below from ‘Gentleman Jack: The Real Anne Lister’ - in their own words
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anne choma 23 Jun 19
She was relieved - pleased that Ann would be taken care of by her sister, hoping she would get good medical treatment. This departure signalled freedom after emotional turmoil - Anne could now plan her travels abroad. She never stopped caring though.
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Shibden Hall 23 Jun 19
in 1822, Anne was doing a little bit of 👀 Also nice to see the Yorkshire weather hasn't changed.
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wuluwuh 22 Jun 19
Update for the encoder - namely a copy button to make it easier to grab translated text! I was also notified that 'ff' should be Ф, so that has been changed (though previously encoded text will still decode correctly!).
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Shibden Hall 21 Jun 19
Desperate for that fix when Shibden is closed today?? Head on over to Central Library in Halifax to see ’s original diaries and letters!! 😍😍
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wuluwuh 21 Jun 19
If you're preparing a movie night over the weekend, check out our lesbingo page! Originally inspired by the Drunk Lesbians Watch series by - sad to see it go!
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wuluwuh 21 Jun 19
If you click on the 'See Cypher' button you'll see a link to the reference we used. We did our best to match available unicode characters to what Anne originally used, but there are some slight variances where they didn't line up. It's indicative but not 100% accurate.
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wuluwuh 21 Jun 19
Thank you so much to everyone who has engaged with our platform! We are absolutely blown away by the positive response the Anne Lister Encoder has received. Keep on cyphering 🎩🌈🎩
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wuluwuh 20 Jun 19
Replying to @StiltkinRumple
Would you be able to test again? I've applied some fixes that should make it work better on Safari based browsers
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wuluwuh 20 Jun 19
We've been getting a few queries about the font used for the handwritten section in our Lister Encoder - it's Satisfy from the Google fonts collection
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wuluwuh 20 Jun 19
Replying to @StiltkinRumple
iPhone/Safari? It seems to be working elsewhere.
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wuluwuh 20 Jun 19
Replying to @StiltkinRumple
What browser are you using?
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wuluwuh 20 Jun 19
Also we would like to thank for the wonderful work she's done on transcribing Anne Lister's diaries and sharing her story!
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wuluwuh 20 Jun 19
We were so inspired by that we decided to make an Anne Lister Encoder. Now everybody can write in her famous code! Check it out:
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wuluwuh 17 Jun 19
What is your favorite lesbian/bi/queer movie? Give us suggestions what to watch over the weekend! Ours is Imagine Me and You. (among others)
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wuluwuh 16 Jun 19
WLW | wuluwuh | 1. Women Loving Women - an acronym for representing those in the world who love other women who themselves present as women. In case you wonder where we got our name.
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wuluwuh 26 Apr 19
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wuluwuh 26 Apr 19
Replying to @autostraddle
I think it's better to get to know the candle first... :D
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wuluwuh 22 Apr 19
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wuluwuh 17 Apr 19
We'll be glued to the screen!
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