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High Point to Bleak Year

Megan Rapinoe, Sue Bird Get Engaged, Signal High Point to Bleak Year The lesbian sports icons have news. The onslaught of bad news has been never-ending in 2020. We do not deny this. But if there’s one group of people who we can count on to do us a solid time after time, it’s lesbians.Continue reading “High Point to Bleak Year”

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Elisabeth Moss-Handmaid’s Tale Star- Cast as Bi Former Rep Katie Hill — Drama Erupts

eroticlesbianromance  October 7, 2020 2 Minutes The announcement of a new movie based on the former Congresswoman was just made but Hill’s Congressional Twitter account has come out against it. BY MEY RUDE OCTOBER 07 2020 12:23 PM EDT Emmy and Golden Globe winner Elisabeth Moss is set to play bisexual former Congresswoman Katie Hill in a streamingContinue reading “Elisabeth Moss-Handmaid’s Tale Star- Cast as Bi Former Rep Katie Hill — Drama Erupts”

11 Types Of Lesbians

11 Types Of Lesbians You’re Most Likely To Meet IRL A handy guide to common lesbian (stereo)types. Rebecca Jane Stokes Love September 8, 2016 WeHeartIt Even if you aren’t a lesbian you’ve probably heard people use descriptors like “power lesbian” or “baby dyke”. Sure, you might have an inkling of what each word means, but when taken as aContinue reading “11 Types Of Lesbians”

Ohhhmmm. Or something like that.

Yeah, you’re probably surprised. Ohhmmmmm. We’re learning meditation. I’m not giving away the way we do it (or we’re supposed to haha) because the teacher needs to make a living too, right? I talked about this with Britt for a while, and the doctor agrees. This might be a good thing for me. Stuff aboutContinue reading “Ohhhmmm. Or something like that.”

One Seattle School Will Be Renamed After A LGBTQ+ Leader, Among Other Reforms

Another cool post stolen from EroticLesbianRomance! To Support Queer Youth Identity Read it for free here: https://issuu.com/lavendermagazine/docs/lavender654 June 30, 2020 at 5:00 am By Dahlia Bazzaz Seattle Times staff reporter Seattle could soon see a school named after Marsha P. Johnson, James Baldwin, Cheryl Chow, or another prominent LGBTQ+ individual. Under a new a resolutionContinue reading “One Seattle School Will Be Renamed After A LGBTQ+ Leader, Among Other Reforms”