Lesbian Politics: When Gay Religion is Art
Ever watch how much religion smacks of a generic package? Well not Gay Religion! How socially conscious is generic religion, anyway? Preaching to the choir is proselytizing no matter how you try and package it. You can wrap it in a basket with a big-ass bow and a braided handle and consumers still won't buy it. Why? Because the wrapper only disguises an unmarketable product in some God Speed black cellophane wrapping covering the eyes. Old Jesus doesn't sell.
Lesbian Politics votes its success of a brand through promoting religion through the concept it be art. Hell yes, that includes language that Jesus himself used the expletive medium to communicate. Sage Sweetwater's study of religion confirms the power of successful marketing of religion, unanimously agreed upon by industry professionals in the entertainment industry. Heavily instrumental in packaging and development of religion in film is intrinsic to the success of Sage Sweetwater Creative Properties and The Sundance Wives which happen to cross over to Lesbian Politics where Sage has packaged Gay Religion as art. Sage has paid attention to packaging to communicate her Brand.
The packaging of generic religion is less received and less effective in today's society because of the false branding of the product over the course of time. Actually, people are pretty fed up with it.
Innovation, Lesbian Politics and Gay Religion as Art is what keeps Celebrity Firebrand Lesbian Novelist Sage Sweetwater prolific and moving way on ahead of the generic pack. Filmmakers have paid attention to Sage Sweetwater as an artist and her branding stategy. They have invested in her film future from her books From the Convent to the Rawhide: The Saga of Sadie Cade and Vi Montana and Dominga Rio of Cuero to screenplays and just screenplays built from the ground up like The Sundance Wives: The Gates of Doogun Hill and Madam Blaze Starr: Whiskey and Sagebrush Truth in Eights and Aces. Indeed, Lesbian Politics: When Gay Religion is Art.
Copyright Ms. Sage Sweetwater, firebrand lesbian novelist