Use this calendar to access posts in Chronological Order About Red Light Hawaii, now known as Hawaii Street Life



This calendar shows the days there are posts for Hawaii Street Life. I’m such a non-techie I can’t figure out how I put it online! That’s why I am reblogging. Wow! If you’ve ever struggled at what you’re supposed to have mastered you’re in the right place. I get you. All my life it seems like the people around me know what to do while I can’t imagine how to begin. Like I am catching up at the very outset. Anyway this is a cool feature I would love to have at the top of my site. Enjoy.

Hawaii Street Life-an intimate view

Image used to represent the Hawaii Street Life blog, which is adult but not pornography

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Introduction

Chronologically Ordered Posts

I have always wanted to present my readers with the option of choosing the month and year for posts they might want to read. For example, this site came into being at the very end of 2017 when the author, Caroleena, wanted to write about her experiences with addiction on the streets of downtown Honolulu, a world away from tourism-driven Waikiki. Downtown Honolulu, which includes Chinatown, was not tourism driven in the year 2000 when Caroleena was “out there” but addiction-driven. The earliest posts were right on point. As the blog continued over the years, Caroleena started writing about subjects that were not exactly on point, but related to addiction, and Honolulu, so there was…

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