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Lesbian News November 2017 Issue

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Entertainment

Now there's an interesting idea suggested by former Bond Girl Dame Diana Rigg: why not have a lesbian James Bond who gets to kiss a lot of girls?

It doesn't surprise us that after it had been adapted, the movie Carol recently received the Best Picture Award from the New York Film Critics Circle.

Marvel TV's Jessica Jones is taking television by storm, but it's a supporting character we're more interested in, a lesbian lawyer named Jeri Hogarth.

For the holidays, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association has released their second 10 best LGBTQA films list. Is your favorite on the list?

Rock icon David Bowie has constantly re-invented himself throughout the decades, this time as co-playwright for his play Lazarus. So what's it all about?

Who hasn't seen a film and felt a thrilling connection to the lesbian movie characters on the screen? We suppose that's why we like a particular movie.

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Femastrology

Mars has entered the sign of Capricorn, which is good news for everyone wanting to make some headway with work and projects this October.

Lifestyle

From Washington, DC to New York and Los Angeles, The Danish Girl is making a splash as film reels start rolling in movie houses throughout the US.

Art lovers can listen to guest lecturer and American sculptor Alice Aycock while viewing her work at Art Basel Week Miami Beach 2015 this December.

The Lambda Literary Foundation, the producers of the Lambda Literary Awards, is set to hold the Writers Retreat for emerging LGBTQ voices once more.

George Takei's experience in World War 2 has been turned into a musical, set to be launched at the Longacre Theatre on Broadway in New York on November 8.

Killjoy's Kastle, a lesbian feminist haunted house, is a "sex positive, trans inclusive, queer lesbian-feminist-fear-fighting celebration" of Halloween.

If you're looking for some good LGBT movies to watch in New York, you can check out the NewFest LGBT Film Festival scheduled to run from October 22 to 27.

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The impact and reach of AIDS and HIV have overshadowed other lesbian and bisexual sexual diseases. Here are a few to watch out for.

An experimental medical surgery in the US may soon give hope to trans men who want to make the medical transition via a sex reassignment surgery.

With legal marriage realized for the LGBT community, the next dream for LGBT partners may soon come true: to be biological parents of their own children.

The FDA has rescinded their ban of gay men from blood donation, but only if they inhibit themselves from having sex with other men for one year.

A study reported that midlife and older gay men suffer from "internal gay ageism," or the feeling of not being appreciated in the gay community.

According to a study done by the University of Essex, women may be bisexual or they may be lesbian, but there's no such thing as a straight woman.

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