Cartoonist Alison Bechdel just doesn't draw comic strips, she writes insightful social and human commentary about her life as a lesbian-- and ours.
Despite facing ostracism and stigmatization, computer engineer Lynn Conway recreated herself after making the transition and finally coming out.
While being an icon in the music industry, singer Tracy Chapman has kept most of her life private, especially about being an out lesbian.
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.
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.
Novelist and prolific writer Jeanette Winterson is noted for her ability to infuse her writing with her passion as a lesbian and a feminist.
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.
Behind a successful lesbian is another successful lesbian. That's the case for Kate Clinton and long-time partner Urvashi Vaid.
Though Margaret Wise Brown is best known for her children's books, she was also a bisexual who had tempestuous love affairs.