A Lesbian And Her Laptop: February Review (2021)

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Monthly reviews recap blog post activity on “A Lesbian And Her Laptop,” personal updates, and what’s coming up for the blog next month. This February on A Lesbian And Her Laptop February kept up to its 4k monthly view goal of 2021, reaching almost 4.5k views and surpassing 2.5 visitors. This is a slight drop […]

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How NOT to be an LGBTQ Ally

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I’ve held my LGBTQ membership for about 7 years now (for the allies reading—it’s a joke!) and encountered my fair share of very poor attempts of straight people trying anything to indicate to me that they don’t hate me for being gay. QUICK TIP: When I mention my girlfriend, I do not need you to […]

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A Lesbian And Her Laptop: January Review

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Monthly reviews recap blog post activity on “A Lesbian And Her Laptop,” personal updates, and what’s coming up for the blog next month. This January on A Lesbian And Her Laptop 2021 started out strong for A Lesbian And Her Laptop with a monthly views going upwards of 5,000 and peaking over 3,000 visitors. The […]

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Gift Giving ideas for Long Distance Relationships

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Hello gang! Today’s post is inspired by Valentine’s Day as I decided what to send my girlfriend for the special occasion that we will be spending apart. After six years of US to UK distance, we’ve become quite the experts on long-distance gift giving. This is a guide is designed to jumpstart your ideas and […]

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LGBT Book Review: Gender–Your Guide by Dr Lee Airton

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Welcome to another LGBT book review! All reviews touch on genre/plot, tropes (if any), quality of LGBT content, and avoid most spoilers. Catch up on my last book review of Moonkcakes by Wendy Xu and Suzanne Walker. You can find all LGBT book reviews here. This review will run slightly differently, as some categories are not […]

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How To Be A Sapphic Writer: Connecting with a community

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Hello gang! Today I present to you a way to be part of an entire community of sapphic writers, offer avenues to get involved, get connected, and get inspired! This post is for anyone who is sapphic and who likes to write. No skills or published works necessary, just passion! What is Sapphic Writers? Sapphic […]

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LGBT BOOK REVIEW: Mooncakes by Wendy Xu and Suzanne Walker (Sapphic Reader Challenge)

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Welcome to another LGBT book review! All reviews touch on genre/plot, tropes (if any), quality of LGBT content, and avoid most spoilers. Catch up on my last book review of Stand-up (Comedy) for Introverts by Johvan Calvo. You can find all LGBT book reviews here. I read Mooncakes as part of Jae’s Sapphic Reader Challenge. Read 10 (or […]

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AL&HL 2020 Review & 2021 Outlook

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Hello gang, welcome back from hiatus! As you may or may not have noticed, AL&HL took a break during NaNoWriMo and never recovered. However, I took advantage of the “great conjunction” and made a whole 2021 schedule for the blog to keep content regular, relevant, and oh so gay. Stats and Progress 2020 outperformed the […]

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Trans People and Their Laptops: Unapologetically Myself

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Welcome to AH&HL’s first annual guest-post series for Trans Awareness Week! The “Trans People and their Laptops” series aims to share a diverse set of trans stories, histories, and celebrations. This post is by queer trans writer, Connor Ray (he/him). Read all identity posts. I always found it painfully ironic that the people who say they love us […]

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