Lesbian Visibility: The Crossroads of Identity

The title states, lesbian visibility week. the crossroads of identity.

For Lesbian Visibility Week, A Lesbian and Her Laptop will be releasing a series of 8 lesbian guest posts all week long! This post by Shira reveals the challenges of settling into her lesbian and Jewish identities. Read all identity posts here. When you grow up in a place like I did, there’s no room for […]

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Lesbian Visibility: How to Confirm whether a Suspected Lesbian is actually a Lesbian without Ruining Everything and Having to Retire From Society

The title states, lesbian visibility week. How to conform wheter a suspected lesbian is actually a lesbian without ruining everything and having to retire from society.

For Lesbian Visibility Week, A Lesbian and Her Laptop will be releasing a series of 8 lesbian guest posts all week long! This post by Cat will simply make you laugh as a lesbian mom in a rural community tries to determine if her new neighbors are also lesbians. Read all identity posts here. Some context: I […]

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Lesbian Visibility: My Path Towards Being Comfortable as a Lesbian

The title states, Lesbian visibility week. My path towards being comfortable as a lesbian.

For Lesbian Visibility Week, A Lesbian and Her Laptop will be releasing a series of 8 lesbian guest posts all week long! This post by Izzie follows a disconnect with childhood due to her lesbian journey and roots in Ireland’s Roman Catholicism. Read all identity posts here. Looking back, I never would have expected to become […]

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Lesbian Visibility: Doors Unlocked And Open

The title states, lesbian visibility week. Doors unlocked and open.

For Lesbian Visibility Week, A Lesbian and Her Laptop will be releasing a series of 8 lesbian guest posts all week long! This post by Chelsea Jones, delves into the intersection of lesbian, ace, and trans identities. Read all identity posts here. First, there was silence. A long, uncomfortable silence, as thoughts were born and facial […]

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Lesbian Visibility: My first step as a lesbian

The title states, lesbian visibility week. My first step as a lesbian.

For Lesbian Visibility Week, A Lesbian and Her Laptop will be releasing a series of 8 lesbian guest posts all week long! This post by Shira Jacobson describes a lesbian coming-out experience at a Jewish private school. Read all identity posts here. Whenever people ask me if I’m religious, the answer is no. Well, yes. Well […]

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HIMMGF–Part 23–Friendsgiving

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Catch up on my British girlfriend’s recent trip visit to me in America! Read all “How I Met My Girlfriend” posts here. The weekend after Real Thanksgiving welcomed the new and improved Friendsgiving. The guest list included myself, Jas, my brother, my sister, her boyfriend, her boyfriend’s brother (both good friends of mine), our cousin, and […]

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LGBTQ Spotlight: Support an upcoming lesbian film

A T V sketch states, Found Family, on the screen. The title of the image states, l g b t q spotlight, lesbian film by lesbian director.

In just a few days, lesbian filmmaker Esmée Lavalette begins production for her short film, “Found Family.” The film follows the protagonist, Elyse, and the challenges that come with navigating her lesbian identity in her homophobic family and meeting her long-distance girlfriend for the first time. Esmée Lavalette is a Dutch native who acquired both […]

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HIMMGF 22: Coffee and Conflicts

The title states, H I M M G F 22. Coffee and conflicts.

This started as a Christmas post and ended with existential realizations.  Read all “How I Met My Girlfriend” posts here. Our second Christmas together unfolded how I imagined in most ways. And it first started like every morning, the mere waking up together—something that started the day with love for 69 consecutive mornings. (Yes, 69, […]

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How to Dress Gay (pt. 5): Gay tees and rainbows

The title states, how to dress gay, 5.

The Gay Dress Code wasn’t working as obviously as I’d wanted at the time, so I resorted to some obvious, but still lowkey additions to my wardrobe. (Part 5/6. Start from the beginning here.)

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National Girlfriends Day

The title states, National Girlfriends Day. Lesbian pride flag colors extend through a drawing of girlfriends.

Today is National Girlfriends Day! I know I’ve shared a lot of my girlfriend, Jas, with you all already in my How I Met My Girlfriend series, but I’m sharing some more today! Like the sappy lesbian I am, I’ve saved a lot of the messages and letters we exchanged at the beginning of our […]

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J&J Chats: Biphobia and lesbophobia in relationships

the title image states, J and J chats, biphobia and lesbophobia in relationships.

Welcome to J&J Chats! A series of advice and discourse discussions from J (Jess) & J (Jas, aka, my girlfriend). Topics sent anonymously via curious cat. Current topic: Lesbians who refuse to date bisexuals and bisexuals who refuse to date lesbians.

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Lesbian Visibility: Power in Labels

A young woman with a walker stands in front of the lesbian pride flag. The image states, lesbians and their laptops, visibility week, Lauren. Power in labels.

Identity for me is something I hold dear to my heart. There’s a lot of people who won’t define themselves with aspects of who they are, but I find it extremely empowering. (By Lauren). Check out all Lesbian Visibility posts this week.

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How to Make the Distance Work: Long-Distance Activities

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Finding fun activities to do with your partner can be a big win for communication and combatting the Big Sad. Looking for new long-distance activities can be pretty bleak sometimes, so let my list of fun stuff give you some fresh ideas to try out. (5/6. Link to intro and other parts here.)

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How to Make the Distance Work: Your Partner and Your Friends/Family

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Distance can sometimes make it difficult to keep your partner an integral member of your social circles. Encouraging a good relationship between your partner and your friends/family is a big way to keep them from feeling disconnected from your life. (3/6. Link to intro and other parts here.)

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How to Make the Distance Work: A Guide

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As many of you may know, my girlfriend and I have been in a long-distance relationship for over four years. “How do you do it?” is a question we get asked all the time. Instead of my usual shrug and “idk man idk,” I decided to blog an actual answer. Behold, the introductory post (1/6).

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10 Funny Gay Tweets of the Week

Welcome to my new weekly list of funny tweets with a gay spin. Let’s see what the queer club has in store for us this week, and stay tuned for next Saturday’s compilation of some more LOLs (laughs of lesbians).

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That Time I Saw Lesbian Jesus IRL

A pride flag states, hashtag 20 gay teen.

A few weeks ago, I saw Hayley Kiyoko perform in Detroit. That’s right, I followed Lesbian Jesus to queer heaven and got baptized in her voice.

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Book Review: Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey

A book with a rainbow cover sits beside the title, Queer Book Review, Santa Olivia, by Jacqueline Carey.

Queer book review! All reviews touch on genre/plot, tropes (if any), and quality of gay content, and include spoiler and spoiler-lite versions. Check out my other book reviews! Ash | Huntress

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That Time Expectations Became My Favorite Album

What kind of queer blogger would I be if I wasn’t talking about Hayley Kiyoko’s debut album? If you’re here looking for an unbiased album review, you’re in the wrong place. Here I talk about her, the album, her other songs, and about how much I love her.

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