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28 Jan Posted by in • Kate Clinton

Kate is Baaaaack!

Kate is Baaaaack!

Kate Clinton is a faith-based, tax-paying, America-loving political humorist and family entertainer. With a career spanning thirty-six years, Kate is at the top of her game, ready to stand up to the mic and bon mot her way through presidential campaigns, LGBTQ movements in transition, sports, religion in extremis, media in rigor mortis. For info […]

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25 Jan Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran

Lesbian films: Portrait of a Serial Monogamist

Lesbian films: Portrait of a Serial Monogamist

Sometimes a quirky film comes along that captures your heart and, hmm, seems to know you really well. In June of 2015 PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL MONOGAMIST was released and quickly snapped up by Wolfe Video. Written and directed by Canadians Christina Zeidler and John Mitchell, the film focuses on Elsie played by the adorably […]

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25 Jan Posted by in • Monica Palacios

The Queer Señorita is Sick of Being Sick

The Queer Señorita is Sick of Being Sick

The last time I had the flu Roosevelt was president. I was always bragging: “I never get sick.” Well two weeks ago, I came down with a hard core case of influenza to the max. When your hair hurts–you know it’s bad. On Monday I was super exhausted, on Tuesday I was coughing all day […]

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18 Jan Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran

On Coming Out Later in Life

On Coming Out Later in Life

My parents died many years ago. My dad when I was 25 and my mom when I was in my early fifties. I may have forgotten to thank them for a few things they instilled in me. So… I hope they will see this and know how much of my success in life and business […]

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13 Jan Posted by in • Robin Lowey

Sarah Smith’s ‘Into the Light’ Video a Smash Hit

Sarah Smith’s ‘Into the Light’ Video a Smash Hit

Canadian Sarah Smith is somewhat speechless and emotional after watching the first edit of her new music video in December. “Wow, I’m blown away.” She says to local director Stacy Poulos (Playback.net Video Film Multimedia) over Skype. “That’s amazing — I’m kinda freaking out! I like how it all came together so beautifully. Your vision […]

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12 Jan Posted by in • Robin Lowey

Remembering Jeanne Cordova – Lesbian Outlaw

Remembering Jeanne Cordova – Lesbian Outlaw

I met Jeanne Cordova when she came to do a reading and discuss her memoir When We Were Outlaws: a Memoir of Love and Revolution at the Claremont Women’s Cultural Center in 2012. She won many awards and gained recognition for Outlaws.  As a role model, Chicana, feminist, community organizer, journalist, entrepreneur and author, Jeanne’s legacy […]

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07 Jan Posted by in • Kim Baker

Mindful Self Responsibility in Lesbian Dating

Mindful Self Responsibility in Lesbian Dating

I pull into the parking lot in front of the bar one Saturday night. Rain floods the lot, leaving an inch of standing water everywhere. I put the car in park, leaving the engine running. Windshield wipers going crazy, I sit for a moment, peering out of the drenched, fogged-up glass toward the bar entrance. […]

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22 Dec Posted by in • Guest Writers

‘Fury and Tenderness’ the Andrea Dworkin Story

‘Fury and Tenderness’ the Andrea Dworkin Story

My new film, Fury & Tenderness is in early stages and centers on the theme of violence against women, a global epidemic. Women have been writing and speaking against patriarchal violence for decades. One of these women was the controversial feminist Andrea Dworkin who as Susie Bright said to me in an interview recently, “She […]

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22 Dec Posted by in • Monica Palacios

‘Carol’ is Caliente!

‘Carol’ is Caliente!

Who needs a stripper on a pole when you can experience the most exquisite sexual build up between two people in the history of film with the new period drama Carol. Our girl Cate Blanchett does an outstanding job as 1950s socialite Carol Aird, a woman who is going through a bitter divorce as she […]

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15 Dec Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran

Lesbian Filmmaker Louise Wadley

Lesbian Filmmaker Louise Wadley

“Many are the roads that do not lead to the heart” Dear Lord, someone get me a matadoress! Is that a word? Doesn’t really matter does it?  Watch All About E  now available from Wolfe Video. Check out E, played by gorgeous lesbian actress Mandahla Rose, in matador outfit with her lips all over this […]

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The Best Gift? Your Sexuality

The Best Gift? Your Sexuality

While looking for the best gifts during this holiday season, don’t forget a very special one — sexuality.   Even if it’s been in the lost-and-found, it’s never too late to re-claim yours.   Unwrap this wonderful gift, and you’ll remember how this touches your body and heart and soul.  And the best part is, it grows […]

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09 Dec Posted by in • Robin Lowey

Top 10 Gift Ideas from Lesbian businesses

Top 10 Gift Ideas from Lesbian businesses

Do the right thing! Buy gifts from our lesbian sisters. Here are some GREAT GIFT IDEAS and places to SHOP for your loved ones! THE SHOP – Olema Uncommon Mercantile Motto: Let Curiosity Be Your Compass Shop owner Val Yandell and wife Jane Brooks are perhaps the most creative, welcoming merchants you’ll ever meet. The […]

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02 Dec Posted by in • Renate Stendhal

Lesbian Compatibility: Can You Have It All?

Lesbian Compatibility: Can You Have It All?

Is She the Right One? See Compatibility 101 Part 1 HERE What is Lesbian Compatibility? See Compatibility 101 Part 2 HERE Monogamy, money, living space and pets: if you’re compatible, can you have it all? I decided to ask Kim (we were on a short trip to Kauai). How about us? Did she think Match.com […]

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30 Nov Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran

Sweden’s Queer ‘Girl King’

Sweden’s Queer ‘Girl King’

I have always gravitated to the films that pull us back in time to the grandeur or spectacle of royalty and those who attend them in the 15th, 16th and 17th century. In The Girl King, Director Mika Kaurismaki thrusts us into the world of Sweden with his brilliant view of a queen that shall […]

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30 Nov Posted by in • Kim Baker

A Lesbian Breakup Makeover

A Lesbian Breakup Makeover

For the past hour, I have been sitting on my wood floor, legs splayed about to make room for the bookcase pieces I’m attempting to combine. I stare numbly at the half-put together jumble of particleboard and Swedish instructions in front of me, realizing that half the shelves are facing forward, and half are facing […]

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