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31 Jul Posted by in Monica Palacios | 1 comment

From Deep Throat to Homemade Sex Tapes

From Deep Throat to Homemade Sex Tapes

Remember when making a call on a public phone was fun and adventurous? When playing 45′s on your sister’s portable record player was crazy cool? Remember when porn films were just as patriotic as apple pie? My first attempt to see the all American titillating classic “Deep Throat”, was my senior year in high school […]

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29 Jul Posted by in Lee Lynch | 1 comment

Lesbian Hero: Nancy Garden

Lesbian Hero: Nancy Garden

People all over the world were heartbroken to hear of Nancy Garden’s death in June. The Golden Crown Literary Society (GCLS) was only weeks from presenting her an award for her beloved 1982 novel Annie On My Mind. Thousands upon thousands of kids worldwide found understanding of themselves or others by reading the classic young […]

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Carmen McKay: Elvis’s Secret Dyke Daughter

Carmen McKay: Elvis’s Secret Dyke Daughter

Carmen McKay has a long history of creating life-altering events for struggling social groups. As a child, her first events were Barbie doll striptease shows in her driveway – Ken was never invited. At 25 she was the assistant producer for the 1987 Gay and Lesbian March on Washington, which attracted over 750,000 attendees. During […]

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24 Jul Posted by in Renate Stendhal | 1 comment

The New Art of Capturing Love

The New Art of Capturing Love

The New Art of Capturing Love by Kathryn Hamm and Thea Dodds is a great new book for lesbians and their gay and straight friends and families. A book that captures love from “until death do you part“ in gorgeous photography and beautiful writing. How refreshing to see conventions fall and be replaced by the new images that […]

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I’m Just Not Attracted to You

I’m Just Not Attracted to You

Here’s something that doesn’t need to be said:  I’m just not attracted to you. Recently “Sally & Sue” came in to talk because they hadn’t had sex in several months. Sally was very upset about it. She missed the warmth and intimacy of their early relationship, but was afraid that Sue had shut down permanently. […]

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12 Jul Posted by in Robin Lowey | Comments

New Film by Andrea Meyerson

New Film by Andrea Meyerson

In the heart-wrenching documentary Letter to Anita, award-winning filmmaker Andrea Meyerson explores the painful legacy of singer Anita Bryant’s infamous anti-gay campaign of the late 1970s. Narrated by Emmy-nominated actress Meredith Baxter, Letter to Anita tells the story of Ronni Sanlo, a married mother of two who came out as a lesbian and divorced her husband, […]

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09 Jul Posted by in Jan Miller Corran | 2 comments

Nude is Art but Naked Ain’t

Nude is Art but Naked Ain’t

Every morning I slowly climb the stairs in my house to the floor that contains eye opening coffee, a gluten free muffin and a wall of framed photographs of nude women. I know you just raised an eyebrow. These are not JUST photos of nudes, but gorgeous nude art that includes, i.e., one by Judy […]

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Does She Still Want Me?

Does She Still Want Me?

Lesbian relationship and sex expert Dr. Glenda Corwin answers our questions! Dear Dr. Glenda, Last night I got an email from a woman I was crazy about last year. I don’t know how to respond. Last year she said I was too clingy, and then she just stopped calling me back. I’ve worked hard to […]

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30 Jun Posted by in Jewelle Gomez | Comments

Lily Tomlin – Better Than Ever at 74

Lily Tomlin – Better Than Ever at 74

Several years ago I had the opportunity to interview performer, Lily Tomlin on stage as a benefit for The New Conservatory Theatre Centre. A fan since the 1960s, I was so excited I was afraid I’d float away before I could sit down on stage. As I prepared I thought about so many decades ago […]

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22 Jun Posted by in Jan Miller Corran | Comments

LGBTQ Elders Reach Multi-Million Mark

LGBTQ Elders Reach Multi-Million Mark

George and Chuck have been together for nearly forty years. As Chuck said, “We’ve been through it all as gay men in San Francisco.” From meeting each other at the baths to watching dozens of our friends die from AIDS. These lovely men have incredible stories to tell. Now they add to that list the […]

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Kay Turner’s ‘Literary Love Fest’

Kay Turner’s ‘Literary Love Fest’

When Gertrude met Susan: A Lesbian Literary Love Fest comes to San Francisco on June 24th. Conceived and hosted by Brooklyn-based performer, writer and professor, Kay Turner, ‘When Gertrude Met Susan’ is a featured event at this year’s International Queer Arts Festival. Tickets: FREE  Tuesday 6/24, 7:30 pm at Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, […]

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13 Jun Posted by in Robin Lowey | Comments

Remembering Lynnly

Remembering Lynnly

Ever had a friend who was with you through thick and thin, taught you important things, exasperated you, but led you through each stage of life feeling like you were running to keep up? Well I had that with Lynnly Labovitz. Today is her birthday and I woke up thinking I should try to be […]

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Marina Bader on ‘Anatomy of a Love Seen’

Marina Bader on ‘Anatomy of a Love Seen’

ON WHAT MAKES ANATOMY OF A LOVE SEEN UNIQUE: LOVE. It’s the thing everyone wants, and once you find it you will feel your highest highs and your lowest lows. If you had it and lost it there is a hole in your heart, and you can only hope and pray that through time that […]

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Let’s Talk about Sex and Orgasms

Let’s Talk about Sex and Orgasms

One morning in my office a woman told me her biggest fear about beginning to date again was about sex; specifically, how to deal with the fact that orgasm had been so difficult with her last partner, and she just didn’t want to go through that again. That afternoon, another woman told me that she’d […]

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21 May Posted by in Robin Lowey | 2 comments

NCLR 2014 – Oh What a Night

NCLR 2014  – Oh What a Night

It’s an honor to be a part of changing the world. I’ve been a donor, volunteer and champion for this organization for many years and have rarely missed one of their glorious annual celebrations. This years dinner and party for the National Center for Lesbian Rights was different than ever before. There was more joy, […]

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