LGBTQ Book Review: Dreadnought by April Daniels

The cover of a book reveals the back of a girl wearing a cape, overlooking a city. It states, Dreadnought, April Daniels. Beside the book, text states, LGBTQ Book Review, followed by trans pride colors and the AL&HL logo.

Welcome to another LGBTQ book review! All reviews touch on genre/plot, tropes (if any), quality of LGBTQ content, and avoid most spoilers. Catch up on my last book review of Gender: Your Guide by Dr. Lee Airton. You can find all LGBTQ book reviews here. I read Dreadnought as part of Jae’s Sapphic Reader Challenge. Read 10 (or more) […]

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A Lesbian And Her Laptop: February Review (2021)

The AL&HL logo includes the title, February review of AL&HL.

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

A pride flag is accompanied by the words, how not to be an LGBTQ ally.

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

The AL&HL logo includes the title, January overview of AL&HL.

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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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Bi Representation and identity

Bisexuals and their laptops: Bi representation and identity.

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 nonbinary bisexual writer, Milly Gribben (she/her). Read all identity posts. I didn’t come out as bisexual until I was 20 years old. In truth, […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: A bisexual Journey–I know Who I Am

The AL&HL logo is accompanied by the following title. Bisexuals and their laptops: A bisexual journey: I know who I am.

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 nonbinary bisexual writer, Em (she/they). Read all identity posts. I remember the very first time I heard of a bisexual person. My mom and I […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: My Bisexual Journey

The AL&HL logo includes the following title. Bisexuals and their laptops: My bisexual journey.

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 nonbinary bisexual writer, Ksenija Krivokapic (she/they). Read all identity posts. I technically knew I was bisexual when I was four. And I know, I […]

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Bisexuals and their Laptops: Bisexuality contextualized in a lost queer history

The AL&HL logo includes the following title. Bisexuals and their laptops: bisexuality contextualized in a lost queer history.

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 bisexual trans writer, Logan Fenner (he/him). Read all identity posts. Author’s Note: I have included a glossary of terms at the end […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: The Writing on the Wall

The AL&HL logo includes the title, Bisexuals and their Laptops, The Writing on the Wall.

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 Black bisexual writer, Ja-Mel Vinson (he/him). Read all identity posts. As a kid, the stories I wrote would have protagonists named Atre Williamson, Astor […]

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