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Sappho

Sappho

Life Span: Born sometime between 630 BC and 612 BC, Eressos, Lesbos Star Sign: Unknown Famous As: Ancient Greek poet and legendary lesbian Background: Her birthplace, the mediterranean island of Lesbos, has since given its name to homosexual women, as she herself has become synonymous with female love and sexuality. She was the daughter of Scamander and Cleïs, was married, …

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Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres Ending Her Talk Show

Ellen DeGeneres has announced her daytime talk show will soon end after 19 years, and has spoken at length about the misconduct allegations behind-the-scenes of the show. The talk show host said she will wrap up her namesake show in 2022 after nearly two decades and over 3000 episodes.   Ellen explained, “When you’re a creative person, you constantly need …

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Lesbian Couple

Lesbian Visibility Day

Today, 26 April is Lesbian Visibility Day! Lesbian Visibility Day, which has been celebrated since 2008, has an important place. Lesbian describes women who are romantically and sexually attracted to their fellows. In many parts of the world, the existence of lesbians is ignored. Happy Lesbian Visibility Day!

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Virginia Woolf

Lesbian Books

Lesbian literature includes works by lesbian authors, as well as lesbian-themed works by heterosexual authors. Even works by lesbian writers that do not deal with lesbian themes are still often considered lesbian literature. The first novel in the English language recognised as having a lesbian theme is Radclyffe Hall’s The Well of Loneliness (1928), which a British court found obscene …

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Lesbian Fiction Books

Lesbian Fiction Books to Read!

A small selection from stock which includes a huge range of lesbian fiction of all types. The Others – Siba Al-Harez A best-seller in Arabic. The Others is a literary tour de force, offering a glimpse into one of the most repressive societies in the world. Siba al-Harez tells the story of a nameless teenager at a girls’ school in …

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Lesbian Couple

Saying Goodbye To Lesbian Bed Death

Sometimes when a couple has been together for a long time, sex isn’t the main priority for them, or one person in the relationship isn’t as into it.  Regarding lesbian relationships, this has been called “Lesbian Bed Death” (LBD). Just like any other type of couple, a lesbian couple might find that they’re not as passionate as they were when they …

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Family

Real Reasons That Gay Parents Are Amazing

Scientific evidence shows that children of gay parents are being raised very well.  The American Academy of Pediatrics announced its approval of same sex marriage and said: “Children thrive in families that are stable and that provide permanent security, and the way we do that is through marriage.” Benjamin Siegel, who co-authored the policy statement, said in a statement.  “The …

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Harmful Myths About Lesbian Partner Violence

Harmful Myths About Lesbian Partner Violence

Domestic violence happens in every type of relationship Crisis line counselors are sometimes warned to be extra vigilant when they screen those seeking safety from domestic violence because, in the case of lesbian relationships, some pretend to be victims in order to be admitted into a shelter to access their partner. Turning a blind eye to domestic violence in lesbian relationships tells …

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Pregnancy

Sexual Safety During Pregnancy Possible For Lesbians Too

Worrying about the safety of sexual activity is not something limited to heterosexual couples. Many lesbian couples worry, too.  Thankfully, there’s generally no reason to avoid intimacy when you’re expecting. However, there may be certain activities your doctor will advise you to avoid if you are considered a high-risk pregnancy. Pregnant lesbians may find the topic of sex to be a touchy …

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Lesbian Couple

Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Health

There is so much health information available online geared toward lesbian health. How does lesbian or bisexual health differ from that of heterosexual women? It doesn’t. Women who identify as lesbians and bisexuals are prone to the same sexually transmitted infections, urinary tract infections, and yeast infections as women who identify as heterosexual. That said, it is important to note …

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