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Robin Lowey  // Posts published by Robin Lowey

30 Nov Posted by in • Robin Lowey | 1 comment

Top Ten Lesbian Owned Businesses to Buy Gifts

Top Ten Lesbian Owned Businesses to Buy Gifts

Do the right thing! Buy gifts from our lesbian sisters. Here are EPOCHALIPS’ TOP TEN PICKS of lesbian owned and operated businesses where you can find that special gift online for your pals, lovers and yes, even your pets. BUTCH BASIX Butch Basix seeks to serve people like us who incorporate a masculine aesthetic into […]

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29 Oct Posted by in • Robin Lowey | Comments Off

My Top 5 Lesbian Halloween Costumes

My Top 5 Lesbian Halloween Costumes

I’ve always been a HUGE fan of Halloween. As a child I loved it even more than Christmas. At 6 years old I fought hard to get my parents to let me wear the ‘boys’ monster costume I coveted. So, what is it about lesbians (and all queers!) and Halloween? We love to dress up. […]

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06 Oct Posted by in • Robin Lowey | 4 comments

Lesbian Parenting: When The Kids Fly Away

Lesbian Parenting: When The Kids Fly Away

This is it, I’m here in Santa Barbara to drop my son off at UCSB and move him into his dorm. Feelings of fear and loss course through me. But there is sense of relief, too. After 25 years, I will start a new life, one that will no longer involve taking care of kids on […]

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From Lesbian Couple to Husband and Wife

From Lesbian Couple to Husband and Wife

Diane and Jacob Anderson-Minshall are co-authors and co-conspirators of the groundbreaking new book Queerly Beloved, an unusual love story about a beautiful long-term relationship that survives and thrives after one partner transitions from female to male. Robin: Congratulations on the new book! I hear it’s generating quite a buzz out there! In Diane’s Epochalips interview […]

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10 Aug Posted by in • Robin Lowey | Comments Off

Be a Part of P-Town History!

Be a Part of P-Town History!

The year was 1984. Several women innkeepers in Provincetown, vivacious young entrepreneurs, got together to plan an event to entice their summer patrons to return during the off season. Without the luxury of email and social media, they wrote to all of their past guests and invited them to come back to enjoy Provincetown’s beautiful […]

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05 Aug Posted by in • L-List | Comments Off

Mariah – Sexy Powerhouse Behind The Dinah

Mariah – Sexy Powerhouse Behind The Dinah

Mariah Hanson produced her first Dinah Shore Weekend in 1991 in Palm Springs, California. In the Spring of 2015, The Dinah will celebrate its 25th anniversary. Plans are already in place to produce the most stellar Dinah in history. E: This Years Dinah had an amazing line-up. You seem to have a knack for landing […]

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29 Jul Posted by in • L-List | Comments Off

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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12 Jul Posted by in • Robin Lowey | Comments Off

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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20 Jun Posted by in • Epochalips Interviews | Comments Off

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 Off

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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