Like March Madness for your horny, freak dyke friends. Of 6 lesbian or bisexual vampires from cinema and literature, which one would you buss it wide open for?
Celebrate LGBT History Month by reading LGBT history books!
Some very cool ladies to remember in all that we do
What do the first Chinese-American filmmaker, the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and the first woman to wear man-tailored shorts at Wimbledon all have in common? They had romantic feelings about other women, just like you!
These are the ladies who made kickass sculptures, movies, music, children’s books, regular grown-up-books and, of course, wrote fabulous, sick, neurotic, tortured love poems to one another.
Just a little vintage eye candy for you.
“Numerous Hollywood actresses — Garbo, Gish, Dietrich, Jean Arthur, um, Kay Francis, Stanwyck, Bankhead, Del Rio, Janet Gaynor, etc., etc., — have enjoyed lesbian or bi relationships. Have you ever…?”
Hot women-only hotels, resorts and cabins to check out in Ohio, New Jersey, Florida, Oregon, Palm Springs, Delaware, Key West and Montana — just be sure to check in before 1998.
Just some low-key relationship goals for ya.
Summaries of the historical events chronicled in “When We Rise” and background on some of the incredible women portrayed in this historical miniseries, debuting tomorrow on ABC.
From Winnaretta Singer to Nats Getty, you’ll learn so much in this post and even meet another Mountbatten!
Think of it as “The Real L Word: Los Angeles 1900s-1950s Edition”
In my last installment of Rebel Girls, I briefed you on some of the badass glass ceiling crashers currently serving in office who are queer as f*ck. These six women came before them.
Really unclear why we didn’t spend at least one semester reading Emily Dickinson’s love letters to her girlfriend.