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Lesbian News October 2017 Issue

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October 2017

Inside Lesbian News October 2017 Issue:

  • HEART AND SOUL IN PALM SPRINGS
    Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum selling, Jazz and Rhythm and Blues songstress Miki Howard performs at the Palm Springs Women’s Jazz Festival during Pride Weekend.
  • REMEMBERING KATE MILLETT AND EDIE WINDSOR
    Two lesbian warriors who changed our lives
  • GLOBAL ECONOMY CRASHING IN 2030
    Update of 1970’s MIT Study still shows global economy crashing in 2030.
  • GOING HEAD FIRST: JESSIE REYEZ SHARES HER OWN PERSONAL TRUTH
    Honest and human, that’s new artist Jessie Reyez in a nutshell.
  • CLIMATE CHANGE IS HORSE SH*T
    When a hostile force has the reigns of this carriage and you are the horse, the wheel, or the luggage strapped to the ride, what are you to do?
  • I WANT TO BE HEARD IN MY HEALTHCARE
    HIV activist shares journey to become heard as an individual instead of a risk pool statistic.

…and so much more!

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Entertainment

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?

If you're in the Los Angeles area, now's the time to catch the Outfest LA 2016 LGBT Film Festival running from July 7-17 for some good movies.

Singer/song-writer Melissa Etheridge was so affected by the senseless tragedy of the Orlando shooting that she wrote a song called 'Pulse.'

As the mainstream becomes more accepting of the LGBT, more transgender celebrities are popping up in the public eye. Here are 5 who beat the odds.

Reserve the date on your calendar for the 2016 Tony Awards if you want to see Barbra Streisand and other celebrities, plus a little song and dance, on TV.

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Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner are married![caption id="attachment_1502" align="alignleft" width="300"] Lily Tomlin (left), an American actress, writer, comedian and Jane Wagner, American director and writer, pose in their dressing room

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Femastrology

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

Lifestyle

The Oxford English Dictionary has included the honorific Mx to staple titles such as Mr, Mrs, Miss and Ms., for those who refuse to be defined by gender.

The International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) is going to Canada in 2018, the second time in its history for their 35th conference.

The group Lesbians Who Tech held a summit in Berlin to give a voice to lesbians in the tech industry as well as to expand their community worldwide.

Great News! We've added a new section to our already jam-packed magazine, Lesbian News!We are glad to highlight those Lesbian-owned and Lesbian-friendly businesses that bring quality products to our readers. In this month's February issue, we show you clothes that every

Walk into any clothing store, on one side you see clothes for men - neutral tones, classic style, comfortable fit. On the other side, women’s wear – an explosion of color, ruffles, frills, skinny jeans and dresses. But who is covering

Symantec, the software firm behind Norton AntiVirus, routinely allowed customers to filter out LGBTI websitesOne of the biggest web filtering services in the world has announced they are scrapping a system that allows homophobes to block access to 'gay and

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Wellness

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.

Though the move by WHO to declassify being transgender as a mental illness has been lauded, there are complications involving medical care and insurance

A study noted that LGBT kids are experiencing an increase in eating disorder behaviors like purging and fasting that may put them at risk in the future.

While having sex may not likely give us problems like STDs and pregnancy, this doesn't mean we shouldn't think about protection during lesbian sex.

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