Inside Lesbian News February 2017 Issue:
…and so much more!
With the dearth of LGBT characters in TV and movies, fans are urging that an iconic character needs a boyfriend: Captain America. Because why the hell not?
GLAAD reports the track record of LGBT visibility in media isn't any better last year with LGBT characters drastically decreased across 2015 films.
The Lexa Pledge wants TV show writers to give a little more forethought, some consideration, and a commitment to the LGBT characters they write about.
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The National Bullying Prevention Month is celebrating its 10th-year anniversary with events to raise awareness on bullying and how to prevent this.
Currently on its last week, there's an Oakland exhibit of the iconic Lexington Club as 'San Francisco's Last Lesbian Bar' to remember its heyday.
There are a lot more accessible LGBT-friendly travel destinations these days. But the question is, where should you go? Here are 5 according to Scruff.
A study has found that lesbian fitness can be achieved by focusing on having better health behavior rather than just getting thin.
Lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender men still need to get cervical cancer screening to avoid facing higher risks of cervical cancer.
Violence has no gender. Though we’ve always championed the cause of our fellow lesbians, the truth also has to be told about lesbian violence.
A global study has reported that transgender health issues can be addressed by the proper protection of the rights of transgender people.
In the wake of the Orlando shooting, should homophobia be considered more of a mental illness rather than just an 'irrational fear' of homosexuality?
For Transgender Awareness Week and Transgender Day of Remembrance, we remember Christine Jorgensen, who broke down barriers and was proud of it.