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25 Apr Posted by in • Lee Lynch

1960’s Gay Activism 101

1960’s Gay Activism 101

Recently, a lesbian high school student was writing a paper about 1960’s gay activists. Below are the young woman’s questions and my attempts to answer. I am very fortunate to be able to reach across generations. How/why did you get involved in the 1960’s gay rights movement? “This was a natural progression for me. At age […]

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25 Apr Posted by in • Renate Stendhal

Lesbian Book Trailer: Kiss Me Again Paris

Lesbian Book Trailer: Kiss Me Again Paris

Just like everyone, I love movie trailers, those that entice and don’t give away the whole story at a glance. That book trailers can do something similar, is a fairly new idea, but more authors are playing with the new medium. We live in the audiovisual age! My Paris memoir has 130 vintage photographs, which […]

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10 Apr Posted by in • Guest Writers

April Astrological Insights for Lesbians

April Astrological Insights for Lesbians

There are two main themes with a month, a Full Moon and a New Moon. The Full Moon is when the Sun and Moon are exact in opposite signs. During Aries, the Full Moon is in Libra, and is exact Monday night, April 10th. This polarity is always about relationships. This is the time when […]

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29 Mar Posted by in • Robin Lowey

A Recipe for Surviving Heart Break

A Recipe for Surviving Heart Break

Sometimes we lose what we love most. Whatever it is—a death, a break-up, a child grows up, a pet is lost, an illness or injury debilitates us, a best friend moves away, a career ends—loss can be devastating in any form. With each major loss, as we struggle to process our grief, the voices in our […]

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24 Mar Posted by in • Guest Writers

March Astrological Insights for Lesbians

March Astrological Insights for Lesbians

The New Moon represents the Sun and Moon being at the same degree in the same sign. It begins a new lunar cycle for the next approximate 28 days. This New Moon, Monday, March 27th is in Aries, ushering in the spring. Aries is about energy and activity. As there are now four planets in […]

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23 Mar Posted by in • Kim Baker

3 Ways to Avoid Trouble in Lesbian Dating

3 Ways to Avoid Trouble in Lesbian Dating

It was a punch in the arm that caught me off guard enough to wake me up to the reality that I was in a toxic relationship with an emotional abuser. Life was an addictive cycle of highs and lows that ate away at my sense of who I am to the point that I […]

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17 Mar Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran

Run, Don’t Walk to See ‘Leaving the Blues’

Run, Don’t Walk to See ‘Leaving the Blues’

LEAVING THE BLUES: A play with Music about Blues legend Alberta Hunter People in the Bay area and around the country know that incredible theater productions are oozing out of every corner of San Francisco. I love the theater and when I hear about a production I often hesitate. Parking is a bitch and getting […]

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15 Mar Posted by in • Lee Lynch

Do You have TDD? (Trump Depression Disorder)

Do You have TDD? (Trump Depression Disorder)

Okay, I give in, it’s depression. I might as well face it. And I know I’m not alone. You can guess when it started: November 8, 2016. I tried to overcome it by resisting, ignoring, laughing at the fools on the hill. Like the amazing Elizabeth Warren, I persisted, but so did this depression. I’ve […]

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13 Mar Posted by in • Rachel Wahba

I Read the News Today

I Read the News Today

A wave of consciousness was spreading over the world. Choice and freedom was replacing repression. Hamas, ISIS, and Hezbollah acknowledged Israel’s right to exist. I breathed deeply as I read the news, there was more: The mullahs of Iran decided to drop Islamist ideology from their platform, apologizing for the pain and suffering they caused their people. […]

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Lesbian Relationships: 3 Tips for Mindful Dating

Lesbian Relationships: 3 Tips for Mindful Dating

Recently I listened to a lovely talk about meditation, about paying attention to the present moment, practicing loving compassion, and letting go of thoughts that carry you away from your breath, or mantra, or wherever you focus when you meditate. This makes so much sense. Why is it so hard to practice these guidelines in […]

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25 Feb Posted by in • Renate Stendhal

New Lesbian Literature: Kiss Me Again, Paris

New Lesbian Literature: Kiss Me Again, Paris

Epochalips regular writer Renate Stendhal is releasing a new book this summer!  Stay tuned for a sexy, exclusive excerpt, right here, coming soon!- Ed There are a number of honeymoons when you are preparing to send a new book into the world. The first is grandiose: when you get the idea of writing your book, […]

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Celebrate Lesbian Love!

Celebrate Lesbian Love!

Let’s talk about celebrating romantic love.  Specifically, celebrating what psychologist Dorothy Tennov named “limerence.”  This is a state of falling in love,  characterized by obsessive thoughts, intense longing, and delirious bliss when thinking of the beloved.   New lovers lean into each other, pay passionate attention, adore each other, feel their hearts bursting,  and their spirits skipping […]

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09 Feb Posted by in • Robin Lowey

My Lesbian Radio Celebrates 10 years!

My Lesbian Radio Celebrates 10 years!

With fun and entertaining podcasts such as The Lesbian Lounge, The Lesbian Book Club and Funny Business – Lesbian Comedy, and more, the gals at My Lesbian Radio keep us entertained. The mainstay of My Lesbian Radio- The Lesbian Lounge, has featured lesbian celebs: Jane Lynch (“Glee”), Sharon Gless (“Cagney & Lacey” and “Queer As […]

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07 Feb Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran

Watch Out for Alison Bechdel’s ‘Fun Home’

Watch Out for Alison Bechdel’s ‘Fun Home’

Last year I went to NYC for two reasons. First, Henrietta Hudson bar in Soho kindly held a fabulous fundraising event as I was in the midst of raising funds for my upcoming film SNAPSHOTS. Second, I went to Tribeca Film Festival to see the film AWOL starring Lola Kirke and Breeda Wool (directed by […]

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Ask A Battleaxe: Should I Shave…Everything?

Ask A Battleaxe: Should I Shave…Everything?

Dear Battleaxe, I’m dating someone who I haven’t had sex with yet. But I think we are about to—any day now. The problem is, she wants me to shave my pussy because she is hair-phobic. Should I do it? Or maybe just trim the front? Dear ‘Business in front— party in back’, Sounds like a […]

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