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Lesbian News September 2017 Issue

Lesbian News
September 2017

Inside Lesbian News September 2017 Issue:

  • OUR LOVE CONNECTION WITH LIZ BAXTER
    Meet the first lesbian contestant on the rebooted version of the iconic game show hosted by Andy Cohen.
  • WOW! HAPPENS AT THE PALM SPRINGS WOMEN’S JAZZ FESTIVAL
    A memorable weekend for the musicians and audiences
  • WOMENFEST KEY WEST, FLORIDA
    Womenfest to feature camaraderie, comedy, and Key West fun
  • BISEXUALITY ON STAGE HAS BEEN UNDERREPRESENTED
    What better way to educate, enlighten and entertain the audience by peeling and revealing their
    most torrid love affairs!
  • IN MEMORY OF
    GLAAD Media Award recipient, Gay Rights Activist, and award-winning LGBTQ filmmaker JD Disalvatore lost her long battle with cancer.
  • UN-AMERICAN AGENDA OF HATE AND DISCRIMINATION MUST BE ENDED
    Los Angeles LGBT Center responds to Trump’s ban on military service by transgender people.
  • REVOLUTION ALLIED WITH TOLERANCE WAS THE GENESIS OF HIP HOP/RAP MUSIC
    The hip hop/rap movement celebrates more than four decades of revolution and transformation.

…and so much more!

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Entertainment

From vampires to psychos, what is it with how horror movies depict us in that we're always seen as lesbian horror movie villains?

If you and your partner still have no idea what Halloween costumes to wear, we've come up with a list of lesbian fictional couples that you could go as.

Looking for some good bisexual movies that portray bisexuals in a positive, if not, honest light? Check out our list and see if your favorite is among them.

DC Comics is proud to present the queer Wonder Woman. However, comic book writer Greg Rucka said it's only natural to consider the superhero icon this way.

Scarlett Johansson and her band will be part of amfAR's The Time is Now AIDS benefit album that covers a number of songs from the 1980s.

REVRY and tellofilms are here to change our viewing habits even as they try to address the dearth of LGBT shows on our screens.

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Femastrology

Get ready for Mercury Retrograde with Mercury going into its second Retrograde cycle of 2017.

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

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.

Studies from different parts of the world have revealed this common fact: kids in lesbian families are just as happy as their heterosexual counterparts.

Despite wider public acceptance of gays and lesbians in the past few years, bisexual public acceptance is still at a neutral phase, according to a study.

With the election victory of Donald Trump, it may not be surprising to realize that some of us may be suffering from post-election depression.

The National Institute for Health has designated the LGBT people as a 'health disparity population' to push research on health issues of the community.

A new study has revealed that Gaétan Dugas was not the HIV patient zero who supposedly triggered the AIDS pandemic in North America in the 1980s.

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