Lesbian News January 2017 Issue

Lesbian News January 2017 Issue

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Inside Lesbian News January 2017 Issue:

  • Palm Springs International Film Festiva – RARA
  • What Will Happen to the Environment with the Trump Administration?
  • Great Winter Skiing Through the End of Spring
  • Pre and Peri Menopause Issues
  • MoviesEyeC – Hidden Figures
  • Music – Grace VanderWaal and Alessia Cara

…and so much more!

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Entertainment

What are you reading for 2017? If you're always looking for good LGBTQ books, why not sign up for the subscription service of the Queer Library?

They're more than just about the music as sisters Tegan and Sara have set up the Tegan and Sara Foundation to help fight for the rights of LGBTQ women.

Here is our list of best lesbian movies that we watched for this year, ranging from The Handmaiden to The Firefly. Is your favorite on this list?

Color us rainbow-interested in ABC's upcoming LGBT docudrama, 'When We Rise', which is set to show by 201 and is based on LGBT activist Cleve Jones' memoir.

With the elections results in, it's time to de-stress. Since it's the second to the last month of the year, how about a little November Netflix and chill?

Lesbian fans of the Netflix TV show Black Mirror were in for a nice surprise with the fourth episode of the show’s latest season, 'San Junipero.'

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Lifestyle

Looking for someplace to go this year? Why not check out GayTravel.com's list of winners of the first Gay Travel Awards for picks and recommendations?

The New Year gets off to a bumpy start with Mercury still retrograde until January 8, 2017. But not so fast! We really won’t be out of the woods with Mercury until at least a few days after that.

We need to remember that something good always come out of anything bad. That's why we're come up with 2017 New Year Lesbian Resolutions list.

Mark January 21 on your calendar next year with the national Women's March in Washington, DC massive protest scheduled after the Trump inauguration.

Bisexuals and lesbians have two separate sexual worlds. But what happens when some lesbians realize they're actually bisexuals? What happens then?

As the globe marks World Human Rights Day, it's hard to believe that it wasn't long ago that LGBT rights weren't officially considered as human rights.

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Wellness

Data from a long-running nationwide study of nurses notes that the bisexual and lesbian diet has a higher diet quality as compared to heterosexual women.

In what could be a sign of things to come, a Texas judge has ruled against health care regulations that would protect transgender health rights.

The US Department of Health and Human Services cited its major accomplishments in 2016 to push for better LGBT health care and fight discrimination.

Given that it's almost the New Year, why not quit smoking for 2017 for the sake of your health and the peace of mind of your loved ones?

When given an HIV diagnosis, it's not the end of the world yet. Here are a few things to remember not only to keep yourself alive but to also have a life.

For World Aids Day 2016, we look back at the research and progress we've made in fighting the HIV/AIDS pandemic, as well as the search for a cure.

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