There’s no doubting that lesbian visibility in the media is going in the right direction. There are more storylines involving women who love women in TV dramas and the UK boasts several out and proud lesbian personalities and celebrities. This can only be viewed as a positive, and much of the Continue Reading
There’s no denying that more and more people are enjoying the thrill of the threesome.
Actor Victoria Broom, best known for EastEnders, Marcella and the web series Different For Girls talks to Rob Harkavy.
Once considered the preserve of gay men and something of a taboo for women, more and more girls are taking their first steps on the way to enjoying some significant rearguard action.
As part of their Global Online Events, Lesflicks is excited to announce their first ever Online Lesbian Short Film Festival! Running over three days from Friday 24th – Sunday 26th July.
Our friends at Lesflicks are on a mission to bring the very best in lesbian entertainment to a screen near you, and we love them for it. Here are three short movies you can enjoy right now.
When Naomi Bennett found herself increasingly frustrated by the lack of readily-available lesbian themed movies, she decided to do something about it.
Celebrating lez/bi achievement, DIVA magazine’s yearly event will take place in London on #LDoV On Friday 26 April 2019, known internationally as Lesbian Day Of Visibility, DIVA Power List returns – and it looks set to be bigger and better than ever! While lesbian, bisexual and trans women are more visible than Continue Reading
“If two people love each other, why shouldn’t they get married?” Bill Russell’s Unexpected Joy is the musical story of “three generations of female singers, long-held family tensions and a week together where change is in the air.” Popstar Joy is visited by her daughter, Rainbow (who has changed her Continue Reading
Carrie Lyell responds to open letter calling on Stonewall to remove the L from LGBT. A Times article, published yesterday, announces “lesbian fury at Stonewall over ‘trans agenda’”, as if the 135 signatories of an open letter speak for every lesbian in the world. Sorry, but you’re wrong. Given DIVA’s unequivocal stance Continue Reading