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The L Word  // Posts tagged as "The L Word"

14 Aug Posted by in • Robin Lowey | Comments Off on Lesbian Game Changer: Marga Gomez

Lesbian Game Changer: Marga Gomez

Lesbian Game Changer: Marga Gomez

Game Changers: Lesbians You Should Know About is a richly-designed and important book about lesbians who have made significant contributions to LGBTQ culture over the past 30 years. I’m creating this book as a resource for students as a result of The FAIR Act, a recent law which requires the inclusion of LGBT History and […]

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03 Mar Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Don’t Miss BETTY in Berkeley on March 23rd!

Don’t Miss BETTY in Berkeley on March 23rd!

Don’t Miss BETTY in Berkeley on March 23rd!

Think about a Pride weekend from years past, back to a time when you colored your hair for fun and not to cover the gray. Chances are the band BETTY was on stage. Or when you subscribed to Showtime so you could watch “The L Word.” Every week you heard BETTY. Been to the Michigan […]

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16 Dec Posted by in • Jewelle Gomez | Comments Off on Baby, Its Cold Outside – and Queer in Here!

Baby, Its Cold Outside – and Queer in Here!

Baby, Its Cold Outside – and Queer in Here!

In 1944 Tony and Pulitzer award-winning songwriter Frank Loesser (“Guys & Dolls”) wrote ‘Baby it’s Cold Outside’ for his wife Lynn and sang it at private parties before selling it to a studio which put it in a movie. It won the 1949 Academy Award for Best Original Song. And it is original. A duet […]

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15 Oct Posted by in • Guest Writers | 4 comments

Coming Out – The Invisible Lesbian

Coming Out – The Invisible Lesbian

It wasn’t until I told Josh, my 26 year old very fabulous gay boyfriend, about my troubles wearing nail polish that I realized just maybe the world had changed. He simply couldn’t believe it when I mentioned that a girl I had a crush on in college told me my red nails meant I wanted […]

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