Cécile Chaminade had once been the most popular of her time. But because she was a woman, she had been forgotten by most of the world.
Before Keala Kennelly was a world-class DJ, she was-- and is still-- a world-class surfer who broke barriers in the sport for women.
In a field dominated by men, Joanna Russ broke the glass ceiling as a science fiction writer, radical feminist, and out lesbian.
Edith Windsor helped paved the way for same-sex marriage when she sued the government for real estate taxes she inherited from her late wife’s properties.
Sofia Kovalevskaya is regarded as the first major Russian female mathematician, breaking gender barriers during her time. She was also a secret lesbian.
Novelist and prolific writer Jeanette Winterson is noted for her ability to infuse her writing with her passion as a lesbian and a feminist.
Despite being a 19th century woman, Anne Lister could be considered a modern lesbian: an adventurer, a landowner-- and a woman who loved women.
If this is the first time you've heard of Abby and the Myth, sit back and let us tell you about our favorite lesbian Buddhist multi-instrumentalist.
TV and movie actress Evan Rachel Wood is speaking out as a bisexual in a time when bisexuals don’t have a voice or a face to represent them.
One avenue to get to know the history of lesbians is to understand the culture of lesbian bars, especially those in San Francisco.