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Lesbian officers sue Michigan corrections department for discrimination
Michelle Wood and Loretta Smith, a gay couple in their 50s, said they faced discrimination and retaliation by the Michigan Department of Corrections.
March 17, 2020
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   #GayLocalNews
   #Lesbian
How This Lesbian Couple Cared for the First AIDS Patients in Salt Lake City
Kristin Ries and Maggie Snyder met and fell in love while caring for people living with HIV in Salt Lake City. Here, they tell the story of the early epidemic in a very religious town.
March 14, 2020
   #GayUtah
   #HIV
   #GayHealth
   #Lesbian
Lesbian, bisexual and trans women health inequalities investigated
Lesbian, bisexual and trans women face a number of serious health inequalities. And the most worrying thing is no one seems to know about it.
March 09, 2020
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   #GayHealth
   #Lesbian
"Love Is Blind" Is Basically a Lesbian Reality Show for Straight People — and I Can't Get Enough of It
This show forces straights to do what lesbians do all the time — talk about their deepest fears and feelings, endlessly.
March 05, 2020
   #GayTV
   #GayMovies
   #Lesbian
How Social Media Fucked Up Lesbian Breakup Culture
Breakups are so often garbage and hard, and managing the social media that surrounds it is just another gross layer that makes them even more garbage and even harder.
March 05, 2020
  
   #GayLife
   #Lesbian
Same Same, A Web Series By And About Queer Women
Meeting through a dating app, three women from very different backgrounds navigate life, love and the complexities of the modern queer experience.
March 02, 2020
   #GayFilm
   #GayMovies
   #Lesbian
Astrid Ovalles’ Award-Winning Feature Film “Road of Bygones”
Venezuelan-born out actress, writer and filmmaker Astrid Ovalles has a lot to be grateful for these days! Her award-winning kinky dark comedic feature-length drama, Road of Bygones, is set to be released on Amazon, March 15th 2020.
February 19, 2020
  
   #GayFilm
   #GayMovies
   #Lesbian
First female, lesbian leads Michigan Episcopal diocese
The Michigan diocese of the Episcopal Church has its first female and openly lesbian bishop. The Rev. Bonnie A. Perry was consecrated and ordained Saturday during a ceremony...
February 10, 2020
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   #LGBTReligion
   #Lesbian
Puerto Vallarta: A Cultural Feast
Festivals, food, and fine lodgings with Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa.
January 30, 2020
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   #GayTravel
   #Lesbian
The Center on Colfax exhibit champions LGBT pioneers of women's music
Its new exhibit, “Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Women’s Music Movement 1970s through 1990s,” opened on Wednesday with a free performance from Take Note!, an a cappella ensemble from the Denver Women’s Chorus. (The Chorus also has an upcoming concert, “Make Them Hear You,” dedicated to voting rights, Jan. 24-25 at Denver’s Central Presbyterian Church  at 1660 Sherman St.).
January 26, 2020
   #GayDenver
   #GayMusic
   #LGBTReligion
   #Lesbian
Hong Kong’s lesbian bars are vanishing, but for LGBT people it’s actually a good sign in the traditionally conservative city
There were as many as nine lesbian bars in Hong Kong in the early 2000s, but that number has dropped to two; the city’s increasing tolerance of LGBT people means more lesbians feel they can hang out at ordinary bars.
January 20, 2020
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   #GayBars
   #Lesbian
‘Worthless. Gutless. Loser.’ Online Attacks Escalate When the Mayor Is a Woman.
Female mayors are more than twice as likely as male mayors to experience psychological abuse and almost three times as likely to experience physical violence, a new study found.
December 25, 2019
   #LGBTPolitics
   #Lesbian

Lesbian Culture Went Viral, Finally, in 2019

From Megan Rapinoe to the “gay rights” meme, queer women's culture was all over the internet this year.
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December 23, 2019

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   #Lesbian
Featuring Renowned playwright and award-winning director Odalys Nanin
Renowned playwright and award-winning director Odalys Nanin returns to the stage this February 2020 starring again as controversial Mexican artist and painter Frida Kahlo in the EDDON Award-winning play for Best Performance & Production: Frida: Stroke of Passion – an original play with live music and iconic songs: Paloma Negra, La Llorona, Piensa en mi, Estas Son Las Mananitas, Maria Bonita an...
December 09, 2019
   #GayLA
   #QueerLatinx
   #GayMovies
   #Lesbian
The return of The L Word: the groundbreaking lesbian show is back
The glossy 00s drama with a cult following has been given a revamp but how does it fit into a different TV landscape?
December 03, 2019
   #GayLA
   #GayTV
   #GayMovies
   #Lesbian

The Very (Very) Slow Rise of Lesbianism on TV

Early efforts to introduce thoughtful story lines about women who love women gave way to gimmicks in the 1990s, before returning with force this century.
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November 29, 2019

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   #Lesbian
Cinema still needs to make space for queer women
The barriers faced by female directors have been even greater for gay and trans women – as shown by BBC Culture’s poll of the greatest films made by women, says Willow Catelyn Maclay.
November 29, 2019
   #GayMovies
   #Lesbian
Season of Love Premieres December 2019
The production team of Tello Films and DASH Productions are bringing something new and different this holiday season: “Season of Love” – the first ever Lesbian/Queer Holiday Rom-Com.
November 08, 2019
   #GayFilm
   #GayMovies
   #Lesbian

Lesbians and queer people of color take over New Orleans for legendary weekend

In a global climate where marginalized people are struggling for representation and are under attack, two groups continue to have difficulty being heard: the LGBTQ community and women of color. To rec...
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October 27, 2019

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   #QPOC
   #GayEvents
   #Lesbian
Lynne Brown, Publisher of the Washington Blade, Reflects on 50 Years of LGBTQ Journalism
“A newspaper is a connective tissue that offers a community support,” Brown says. “We’re really proud of the Blade and really proud of the staff of the Blade who got us here over the decades.”
October 24, 2019
   #GayDC
   #LGBTBiz
   #Lesbian
Expanding Focus on Queer Art, Leslie-Lohman Museum Plans Acquisition Endowment and Capital Campaign, Drops ‘Gay and Lesbian’ from Name
The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art has changed its name. It also announced a capital campaign, acquisition endowment, and $500,000 bequest.
October 23, 2019
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   #GayArt
   #Lesbian
In New York City, A Queer Bar Reimagined From Chef Angela Dimayuga
The space is attached to the Standard Hotel and a bit more upscale, priding itself not only on inclusivity, but also on its extensive cocktail menu, delicious food, and overall chic environment.
October 15, 2019
   #GayNYC
   #GayBars
   #GayFoodie
   #Lesbian
Gretchen Wylder, creator/ writer of These Thems
Gretchen Wylder is the creator/ writer of These Thems, an award-winning intersectional queer comedy series directed by Jett Garrison starring an ensemble cast includes recurring and series regulars on Transparent, Jane the Virgin, High Maintenance, Inside Amy Schumer, and Broad City.
October 08, 2019
   #GayLA
   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTPolitics
   #Lesbian
This Philly Influencer Uses Her Platform to Build Lesbian Community
Philly resident Kate Austin has used Instagram to talk about her experience being part of a femme lesbian couple — and to shatter stereotypes.
September 25, 2019
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   #GayLocalNews
   #Lesbian



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