Instagram Is Bringing Decades of Lost Queer History Back to Life
Do I Have to Give Up Lesbian History to Participate in Queer Culture?
The Bra Section of a British Clothing Catalog Taught Me What Kinds of Bodies I Was Attracted To
All These Pieces Claiming Cynthia Nixon Is Bisexual Ignore Her More Nuanced Queer Experience
Christine Quinn, On Dog-Whistle Duty, Reminds Everyone Cynthia Nixon is a Lesbian
The Old Photos of Edie Windsor and Thea Spyer Are a Deeply Moving Portrait of Queer Love and Desire
A Survey Found That Lesbians Give Women Way More Orgasms Than Men. Wonder Why?
How a New Crop of Filmmakers and Festival Organizers Are Breathing New Life Into “Lesbian Cinema”
Queer Parents Have So Much to Lose Under Trump
Hey, Young Queer Women, Baby Boomer Lesbians Are Not the Enemy
Minnesota Rep. Susan Allen Is Two-Spirit, a Lesbian, and She Won’t Be Assimilated
A Cultural History of Why Lesbians Love Rings of Keys
Why Is It So Hard to Get Lesbians to Participate in Scientific Research?
“Now I Tell People I Have a Husband”: Staying Married Through a Gender Transition
Since Transitioning, I’ve Been Nebulously Queer and Aggressively Homosexual. Why Not Lesbian?
Images of Lesbians Are Almost Always Sexualized. How Can Lesbian Artists Fight Back?
Why Lesbian Spaces Will Always Be in Danger of Closing, and Why Some Will Always Survive
Lesbian No Longer Works for Many Young Queer Women. But Can a Community Exist Without a Name?
Why Curve—the Self-Described “Best-Selling Lesbian Magazine”—Refuses to Drop the L Word
Lesbian Is the First Letter in LGBTQ. So Why Does the Identity Feel Like It’s Fading Away?