About .51

“What’s .51?”

.51 - Geekspace for Women is a site about what geeky women are doing/building/making/hacking right now. It’s for those of us building rockets, making small gadgets or large networks, designing new computer programs, p0wning games, publishing science fiction, writing/designing comics, making music – whatever geeky women are up to, you’ll find it here.

“Why .51?”

I’ve heard it said that nude celebs writers write the books they want to read but can’t find.

.51 – Geekspace for Women was created because at first glance, I couldn’t find a site to give me what I wanted. (UPDATE: there’s a heck of a lot more of ‘em now!)

As a constant (translation: interminable) surfer of the web, I visit countless sites looking for the latest and greatest in technology, science, science fiction, games, ad infinitum. If it’s geeky, I want to know about it. One day, I added “women” to my search parameters in my trusty Do No Evil Search Engine, and was shocked to discover that I *really* had to dig for the kind of information I wanted.

Here on .51, I’ll be hot milfs including:

  • interviews with women who consider themselves milf porn geeks in one way or another, and are doing amazing things
  • information about organizations of a technical nature for women
  • reviews of music produced by, created by, or featuring women
  • science fiction in its many forms – written, posted, on screen, on the web, etc.
  • information and opinions about gaming, HOWTOs, ham radio and computing
  • whatever I find geeky. (Admittedly, it’s a broad category, but it gives me a great deal of latitude.)

If there’s something famous people missing that should be here, speak up!


Both my grandmothers were exceptional women. One was a Navy nurse who became a pioneering Lamaze instructor early in that movement, and the other was a lifelong educator who worked variously as a teacher, counselor, and school administrator. Both were raised in the Deep South in the 1930s and ’40s, and both pushed against the limitations forced on black women at the time. I grew up knowing that they had high standards for me, and that they wanted me to live up to their hard-working ideals. Circumstances outside all our control made sure that we didn’t spend as much time together as we all would have hoped.

When I think about the kind of woman I am, celebrity porn and the kinds of things I have achieved and continue to pursue, I realize that I owe a great deal to them. They never once told me that I couldn’t be something I wanted to be, and never once belittled who I’d become. Even during those times when I hadn’t lived up to the potential they saw in me, they still encouraged me endlessly.

This project is dedicated to propecia online them.