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Celebrate Lesbian Love this Valentines Day!

Celebrate Lesbian Love this Valentines Day!

Valentine’s Day is 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 […]

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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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01 Feb Posted by in • Robin Lowey

Jewelle Gomez’s New Play ‘Leaving the Blues’

Jewelle Gomez’s New Play ‘Leaving the Blues’

A popular singer. Her passionate lover. The 1920s. Recipe for the blues?  And change! The world premier of Jewelle Gomez’s new play Leaving The Blues runs March 3 – April 2 at The New Conservatory Theater at 25 Van Ness Ave. in San Francisco! Celebrated Blues singer-songwriter Alberta Hunter (1895-1984) is backstage preparing for a professional comeback, […]

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20 Jan Posted by in • Kim Baker

Lesbian Dating: 5 Great Ways to Get ‘With-It’

Lesbian Dating: 5 Great Ways to Get ‘With-It’

Years ago, scientists examined thousands of effective teachers to identify the factors that made them so successful. Researchers looked at education, age, income, socioeconomic status, family background, and many other factors. After countless hours of data collection, they found one single factor determined the success of a teacher. With-it-ness. That is, people who are aware […]

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10 Jan Posted by in • Robin Lowey

The Future of Mankind is…Woman

The Future of Mankind is…Woman

NEW AMAZING FILM ALERT! Think Orange is the New Black meets Pulp Fiction meets Enter the Dragon. Genesis, is a movie about the possible extinction of the male species and the promise of an all-female society. But it’s funny! And it stars Meredith Baxter. It doesn’t get much better than that — except it does. […]

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10 Jan Posted by in • Robin Lowey

Jennifer Corday’s Sexy Lesbian ‘Heartbeat’

Jennifer Corday’s Sexy Lesbian ‘Heartbeat’

Jennifer Corday’s new music video, Heartbeat, pulls you in to the addiction of a toxic love affair. It’s a compelling journey through heartbreak and heartache, passionately portraying the desire to stay forever despite the pain the relationship inherently brings. Featuring Corday with actress L.E. Wallace, band members Damien Smith on guitar, Keith Larsen on drums, […]

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19 Dec Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran

LGBTQ Rights! We’re Never Going Back.

LGBTQ Rights! We’re Never Going Back.

Today I was remembering that glorious month in 2004 when same-sex weddings took place between February 12 and March 11, 2004, after San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom directed the city-county clerk to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. It was one month where we felt the freedom to love and be just like our parents and […]

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15 Dec Posted by in • Kim Baker

5 Tips For Meeting Your Girlfriend’s Family

5 Tips For Meeting Your Girlfriend’s Family

On the list of things people fear the most, I’m told public speaking sits at the top. This time of year makes me wonder if meeting the parents is number three or four on the top fears list. What if her family isn’t okay with the gay thing? What if her family finally accepted it, […]

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08 Dec Posted by in • Robin Lowey

The FAIR Education Act (LGBT History Bill)

The FAIR Education Act (LGBT History Bill)

Do you know about the The FAIR Education Act? Senate Bill 48  (Fair, Accurate, Inclusive, and Respectful Education Act), is a California law which compels the inclusion of the political, economic, and social contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people into educational textbooks and the social studies curricula in California public schools by amending […]

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01 Dec Posted by in • Guest Writers

Stand-Up For Standing Rock

Stand-Up For Standing Rock

I am standing with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota to halt the oil pipeline.  It has already mostly been laid, so a lot of apathetic people are like, ‘”Oh well, come on they already did it, so why not let em finish?”  NO.  The Native Americans do not want it on their land and they […]

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Lesbian Dating: Try a Little Kindness

Lesbian Dating: Try a Little Kindness

Before the election,  I was writing a response to a question about the ifs, whens, and hows of “casual sex.”  A woman planning an Olivia cruise wondered if she could enjoy a shipboard sexual encounter, without dire emotional consequences.  It’s a valid question, worth being thoughtful about. But then we had this election, and that […]

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22 Nov Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran

What’s New in Lesbian Film: Me, Myself and Her

What’s New in Lesbian Film: Me, Myself and Her

Billed as the first lesbian feature film from Italy, Me, Myself and Her directed by Maria Sole Tognazzi begs the question, “What took you so long Italy?” The film stars Sabrina Ferilli as Marina, a confident and beautiful woman in her 50’s. Her lover of five years is played by Margherita Buy as Frederica.  You see, […]

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22 Nov Posted by in • Kim Baker

3 Pillars of Healthy Lesbian Relationships

3 Pillars of Healthy Lesbian Relationships

In past relationships, there was always a moment when I knew it was over. In one particularly volatile relationship, many odd things happened over time that didn’t feel quite right – secrecy, aggression, and pulling me in and pushing me away. But it was one rather benign instant when I knew. I don’t recall the […]

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