Dyke Culture and the Disappearing L

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| By Bonnie J. Morris (Diana Davies via the Digital Public Library of America) | My generation of lesbian activists, who honed our identity politics and confronted racism and classism in the spaces of women’s music events and women’s bookstores, …

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Caring For Sisters In Need

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  By Sandra Franklin   SisterCare WNC, a non-profit organization serving the Western North Carolina region, was created to provide a safe environment and dignified services for individuals in the LGBTQ community during times of vulnerability and uncertainty. Our mission …

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Adelaide Key and Maggie Smith Hope You Dance

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  By Susan Blexrud   Adelaide Key and Maggie Smith are no strangers to figuratively kicking up their heels for causes that inspire them, but this time, they’re taking their commitment literally. As honorary chairs for Youth OUTright’s The Dance: …

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Coming Out and In

| By Barbara Marlowe | I came out as a lesbian when I was twenty-two. I fell madly, passionately in love with a black haired beauty of Native American and Greek heritage. With a gap-toothed grin and subtle lift of …

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