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A feminist and lesbian radical artist, zine publisher, photographer, and filmmaker, K8 Hardy does queer art that crosses borders and asks questions. .

Writer Jane Bowles was overshadowed by her husband and fellow writer, Paul Bowles. But her underrated stories have been regarded as the work of a genius.

Doubles star Casey Dellacqua garnered the spotlight recently after speaking out against tennis legend and fellow Australian Margaret Court.

Tove Jansson from Finland was a well-known children's book author and illustrator, but it's not as well-known that she went on to prefer women.

Professional squash superstars Duncalf and Grinham recently came out as gay and revealed that they are in a romantic relationship with each other. Australia’s Rachael Grinham (former World No. 1) and England’s Jenny Duncalf (former World

Gertrude Stein was an American author and poet known for her modernist writings. She was an influential member of the "Lost Generation," a term she coined.

Charlotte Perkins Gilman, one of the most important feminist thinker in the late 1800s and early 1900s, spent her whole life trying to break free.

As the first lesbian to be elected in the legislative government of Australia. Penny Wong is in the news for her aggressive push for same-sex marriage.

Natalie Clifford Barney is known for being an American expatriate in Paris. However, she's also been described as the Queen of Lesbians during her time.

In 1988, our lesbian compatriots from across the pond were doing their part as they fought Section 28, pushing the level of resistance up a notch.