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In the 18th century, when her husband left her and her daughter, Hannah Snell went to war as a male soldier and sailor. This is her story.

From the business of movies to food, when Hanan Kattan decides on something, she goes after it with a will-- one business at a time.

Dolly Wilde was the uber-celebrity socialite of the early 20th century, a witty, bon vivant who lived on the legacy of her famous uncle, Oscar Wilde.

WNBA superstar Elena Delle Donne is known for her height and charisma on the court. But it's her love for her family and her partner that motivates her.

From the stage to before the news camera, Jackie Forster made her mark with the public. But it was as a lesbian activist that she created her legacy.

From tennis player to the openly gay mayor, Gina Genovese is running for the post of Governor of New Jersey as an independent to make a difference.

Pioneer. Trailblazer. Activist. These titles are usually reserved for those who effect lasting changes on people’s lives, like Ruth Charlotte Ellis.

While Barbara Gittings took the spotlight fighting for LGBTQ rights, Kay Lahusen helped document LGBTQ history as the first openly gay photojournalist.

Joe Carstairs seemed like a flamboyant dream figure: rich, dashing, a speedboat champion, and adventurer who owned an island. She was also a lesbian.

Gretchen Phillips managed to show how it was like to be gay in the 1980s through her various bands and her own unique brand of lesbian music.