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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

As more queer characters appear on TV, we decided to look back at some of the better LGBT representation on TV, specifically with TV sitcoms.

We now live in the age where there is some freedom to love whoever you want to love. This message can now be read in LGBT children's books as well.

What's the 'new normal'? It's shows like Skirtchasers about LGBT characters with everyday problems that straight characters also have.

As a way of paying it forward, Tegan and Sara's music video not only links icons of the LGBT community but also features its prominent younger generation.

How does a girl like Susan SurfTone get from being an FBI agent to becoming a rock star? Through patience, drive, and commitment despite your limitations.

Jen Richards and Laura Zak wanted to create a different kind of love story with their web series, Her Story. But is that also their own story?

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Femastrology

March begins on a spiritual note, with the Sun in Pisces lining up with magical, mystical, mysterious Neptune.

Lifestyle

Are lesbian spaces disappearing-- or evolving? Where and how are future generations of queer women finding themselves in the face of mainstream acceptance?

Lesbian relationship advice are a dime a dozen, but there’s nothing like nuggets of experiential wisdom like older couple lesbian relationship advice.

If relationship arguments are normal, what more lesbian relationship arguments? Here are a handful of reasons why lesbian partners fight with each other.

With so many lesbian celebrities who've come out, the community can now follow a number of celebrity lesbian fashion trends. Are you following any of these?

In November the Sun travels through the magnetic, mysterious, and magical Sign of Scorpio, eventually giving way to jovial Sagittarius on November 22, 2016.

To diversify the sites of the US National Parks, more LGBT historical sites are being considered for national status by the National Park Service.

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Wellness

Though the relationship between lesbians and alcohol goes a long way back, this relationship has some terrible consequences.

As the world celebrates National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, let’s look into the new and hopeful discoveries for HIV treatment.

In a first-of-its-kind resource, a comprehensive transgender sexual health guide has been published to help transgenders and their partners.

An anti-LGBT study has revealed that being born queer is "not supported by science" even as others scoffed at the science behind the study.

With medical science able to delay the onset of AIDS, you can find ways to keep yourself healthy even if you’re HIV positive.

In their quest to find acceptance and themselves, LGBT teens are more than 4 times as likely to attempt suicide as compared to their straight counterparts.

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