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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Bisexuals and their Laptops: All I Wanted–When the Plot Twist Is, You’re Bi!

The AL&HL logo includes the title, bisexuals and their laptops. All I wanted: When the plot twist is, You're Bi!

Welcome to AH&HL’s third annual guest-post series for Bisexual Awareness Week! The “Bisexuals and their Laptops” series aims to share a diverse set of bisexual stories, histories, and celebrations. This post is by German bisexual writer, Andrea Mareike Abel (she/her). Read all identity posts. Who I am, where I come from Hi! My name’s Andrea, […]

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AL&HL 2019 Review

The blog's logo is a laptop with a rainbow on the screen. Lesbian pride banner is behind the laptop. The title states, 2019 review.

Welcome to A Lesbian and Her Laptop’s very first yearly review! So long 2019!

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AL&HL Gets a Liebster Award!

A Liebster Award is an award given to smaller bloggers (less than 1,000 followers I think?) for bloggers and readers to get to know each other, promote other great blogs, and expand our blogospheres!

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100th post on AL&HL

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This is my 100Th post with A Lesbian and Her Laptop! Let the appreciation begin! (Don’t miss my button giveaway!)

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Support LGBTQ Creatives: Kayleigh Van Overen

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Welcome to the last series of Pride month! All this week, I will be sharing blog posts featuring different LGBTQ artists in a range of disciplines. Check out all the LGBTQ creatives worthy of support here!

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That Time I Came Out To My New Doctor

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After avoiding the doctor’s office for years, I finally went and came out to him. (Note: Yes, this was all an overreaction. But yeah, I stressed over this for most of the year anyway.)

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