Lesbian Quarterly Articles

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“Friends First” what does that even mean?

Lesbian Dating sites and 'Friends First' I have been seeing a rash of the term 'friends first' on dating sites recently, and I am not even sure what that means. So... a person on a
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Opinion: Lesbians and Bi Women – Culture Clash?

Why can't we just all get along? I have a lot of close bi friends.  I have dated bi women. I hear a lot about how bi women feel pressure to 'prove' their queerness and
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Why are first lesbian breakups always the worst? Lesbian Quarterly

Why does the first lesbian breakup hurt so much?

One of the things about the first heart-rending, eviscera stomping, soul draining lesbian breakup is that you don’t know at the time that it’s because its the first, and because heterosexism makes things worse at every point.
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What should women in open relationships looking for other women for 'their first time' do?

What should women in open relationships looking for other women for ‘their first time’ do?

How can bi women with male partners looking for women to sleep with get their needs met without hurting anyone?
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How to be friends with your exes – for lesbians

Lesbian culture is built on family – the families formed by women, their exes and their ex’s exes. Here's how we maintain that network.
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BOLD Women Rising: Virtual Workshops

BOLD Women Rising: Virtual Workshops

Special events in July for the Bold Old(er) Lesbians and Dykes
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FREE Lesbian Classified Ads

FREE Lesbian Classified Ads

Get your free dating, housing, employment or other ad for queer women and folks who identify with queer/lesbian/bi women's communities.
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What were lesbian bars like when we really needed them?

An oasis in a desert of systemic oppression.
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So you think you might be into women, now what? (for women)

Congratulations - you are facing something about yourself, something you might have suspected for a long time, and are ready to take action. Good for you!
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The Skinny on STI risk between women

The Skinny on STI risk between women

STI risk charts are so so heteronormative! So I’ve summarized the information from the few resources I’ve found so you don’t have two weed through pages of info that focusses on straight, gay and bi sex, and doesn’t center lesbians.
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How to tell if a woman is interested in you, for lesbians…

models and internalized homophobia can make it difficult for women to let you know that they are interested in you. Here's how to make it easier to tell.
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Coming Out and Overcoming Faith Barriers

by Renée Wood - Guest contributor to LQ I spent the years of my youth in church and eventually came out as a lesbian. My church didn’t accept me, but I learned to accept myself.
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Dehumanization quote Brene Brown

Lesbian Communities and Dehumanization

Infighting doesn't help us Lesbian communities (and LGBTQ communities too) are broad and diverse. Like many marginalized groups, we experience infighting and project a lot of the discrimination we experience onto one another. I'm tired
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How to Make a Baby – A guide for lesbians in Canada

Wondering about the legal and practical aspects of making a baby as a lesbian in Canada? Here are some places to start.
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The 16 women you will see on lesbian dating sites when you're over 40

The 16 women you will see on lesbian dating sites when you’re over 40

Have you noticed that there are a lot of similarities between lesbian dating profiles for women over 40? I have a brain that finds patterns and here are the one's I've found so far. Please
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Film review: Lesbian Christmas kind of Rom Com – The Happiest Season

I watched the Happiest Season recently. This movie, starring Kristin Stuart (Bella from Twilight) and Alison Brie (Trudy from Mad Men) as those most lesbian of star crossed lovers (and most frequent young dyke hearbreak)
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Remote Work - Lesbian Quarterly

Pandemic Shift – Queers and Remote Work

One of the positive changes to come out of the pandemic is the rise of remote work. As a lesbian who has been working remotely for 20 years, I find it fits how I want
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Belle Ancell - photo Ray McEachern

Pandemic Pride Photo and Video Project with Belle Ancell

Belle Ancell is a queer identified professional portrait photographer in Vancouver Canada. She is celebrated for  her ten year 'Unveiled' photo project, honouring the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, which will be published in book form
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New to strap on sex? Here’s what you need to know.

LQ's editor did a guest article for What's on Queer BC about strap on sex. Here's an excerpt and link to the full story. A woman friend asked me recently for advice about buying a
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Bushy Park - lesbian country band in Vancouver BC

Bushy Park – lesbian country band in Vancouver BC

Bushy Park sings country songs about dykes Country music is a style of music based on stories about regular people's lives. Lesbians are regular people, but there are very few country songs about us.  The
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5 tips for finding your perfect lesbian partner

5 tips for finding your perfect lesbian partner

My hope was that through the magic of science, I could figure out how to make good choices. How to find and love women who would be steady eddies, loving, stable, loyal, affectionate, and sexy as Xena to boot. Here's what I learned, from this book (and a few others....), adapted here to be of help to single lesbians.
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Travel Trips for Women

Tripasista is a website that promotes women's destinations and travel. They seem to have a great offering of events if you're ever looking for a sun holiday or retreat that is by for and about
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She's Just Not That Into You –  for Lesbians

She’s Just Not That Into You –  for Lesbians

Based loosely on the wisdom according to Greg of "He's Just Not That Into You" fame, and updated with almost 30 years of lesbian community experience, here’s my lesbian version.
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How to tie and buy a butch bow tie

by Sophia Kelly (c) Lesbian Quarterly I bought my genderqueer girlfriend a silk bow tie for Christmas. It looks fabulous - green silk with a nice subtle pattern on it and super classy. For extra
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Tantra for Lesbians - Valentine's day gifts and activities

Tantra for Lesbians – Valentine’s day gifts and activities

By Sophia Kelly (c) Lesbian Quarterly Most resources for learning tantra are extremely hetero-normative.  All the exercises and and practice assume that everyone is in opposite sex, opposite gender pair and that all the women
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Music Video - I wish I was a lesbian

Music Video – I wish I was a lesbian

Loudon Wainwright III is not (to my knowledge) a lesbian, but this song, and especially the video, is very funny. Click on the link above for more details.
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PDF’s of print versions of LQ 2004-2006

The first Lesbian Quarterly came out of a lesbian entrepreneur's group in 2004, and was the brainchild of Sophia Kelly. The magazine profiled members of that group and was intended as a way to make
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Become a lesbian novelist

Become a lesbian novelist

I'm taking part in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) again this year and invite you to join me. Participants write a 50,000 word novel during the month of November, with support from the NaNoWriMo organization. Check it out at www.nanowrimo.org You can follow my progress (or lack thereof) and be one of my 'writing buddies' and compete against me by visiting my profile at: http://www.nanowrimo.org/eng/user/563340 You can do it! The world needs more lesbian novelists, don't you think? Click on the link above to see the whole post.
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NaNoWriMo Winner

Some of you may have read the post I made during November when I was in the middle of writing a 50,000 word novel.. I completed that task, with a day to spare, which qualified
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Lesbian Poetry – Eons Ago

This poem was submitted by Cherilyn Fry. Copyright Cherilyn Fry, Nov 1 2009 Eons Ago a past where womyn lived as the female head of tribal lineage welding marked ability to act with strength, to
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NaNoWriMo - National (lesbian) Novel Writing Month

NaNoWriMo – National (lesbian) Novel Writing Month

Latest word count: 7177  (41,833 words to go...) I'm writing a novel for National Novel Writing Month. I've decided to do it here, and will be adding to this post throughout the month. The task
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Rainbows for Beginners

Pride Parade Basics for Straight-Run Companies and Organizations

Rainbows for Beginners Pride season is in the air. Last year I wrote a post-pride advice guide for straight people hosting floats in the parade. It seems like time to bring it to the surface
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Cleese on PR (full length)

Why Lesbians Should Vote for STV

On May 12th, British Columbian voters will be asked the following question when we vote: Which electoral system should British Columbia use to elect members to the Provincial Legislative Assembly? The existing electoral system (First-past-the-post)
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Lesbian Book Review - Angel Food and Devil Dog: A Maggy Gale Mystery - Liz Bradbury

Lesbian Book Review – Angel Food and Devil Dog: A Maggy Gale Mystery – Liz Bradbury

Review by Jeanette Nelson I was intrigued by our lesbian heroine, Maggy Gale, and her qualifications. At the age of 37 she has acquired and accomplished so much. She has an arts degree and then
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Mrs Gaugin’s Pool Parlour

Some friends and I were at the All India Sweets restaurant on New Years Eve, prior to going to the Dreamweaver women's dance at the Coast Plaza on Denman for a little end of year
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Hate the Bigotry, Love the Person.

Hate the Bigotry, Love the Person.

I think I have some insight into the bigotted actions of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons), now. I'm Facebook friends with more Mormons than any lesbian normally is,
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November Editorial – California Marriage & Olivia Cruises

The wife and I got back from an Olivia Cruise to Mexico a few weeks ago (more on that later). The ship sailed from San Diego, and Olivia organized a party the night before, which
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Lesbian Cancer Survivor Group

Are you a lesbian cancer survivor? ⇒ The Cancer Support Network is hosting online and teleconference support groups for lesbian and bi-sexual cancer survivors. ⇒ The six-week pilot support groups are being held this fall
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BOLD beautiful lesbian

BOLD beautiful Lesbian holding my hand walking sprightly with me down the Drive    we unfettered by the stares we usually garner in the Kit's Area, enjoy each other like minded women walk as well
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Tania Zulkoskey

Lesbian Traveling

by Tania Zulkoskey When you are lesbian and traveling with your partner outside of a Pride Weekend celebration, even if you manage to locate a LGBT friendly venue, whether it be a bed and breakfast
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September Editorial

Well, here we are at the 19th edition of Lesbian Quarterly. Fall, well yes, it does feel like fall, now. We've got elections coming up here in Canada, and I can't be the only one
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If Obama wins I might visit the US again

I received a link to this video recently, which gives excerpts from speeches given by Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama. Now, I'm always keen to have women in political power, so was hopeful Hilary Clinton
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Flying the colours is important

Pride Parade Entry Basics for Straight People

Some friends and I went early to the Vancouver pride parade on Sunday to get a good seat to watch the parade. Sitting there for what seemed like 6 hours, I had lots of time
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Lesbian Couple Marry in Bountiful – Both brides are Winston Blackmore ex-wives

Well how's that for bucking the patriarchy in it's own backyard. Two women who were forced by their families to be 'celestially married' to Bountiful polygamist community leader Winston Blackmore, have chosen to legally marry
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Mabel League Important Dates – 2008 AGM

By going to your AGM you help keep a good organization healthy.  www.mabelleague.com The Mabel League is a lesbian fast pitch softball league in Vancouver, BC.
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The Vancouver Biodiesel Coop Cardlock Pump at 360 Industrial Ave, Vancouver

(Bio) Diesel Dykes

This week, the wife and I upgraded from our 50% biodiesel blend to 100%. Our car is now 100% carbon neutral. We bought an old (1983) Mercedes diesel a year ago, specifically to run it
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Local Lesbian Duo Writes Pride Song for Vancouver and 7 other Cities

[Editor Note: I received this email from Marlee and Tully of Sugarbeach, who have some great news to announce. Congratulations! - Editor] Hey Sophia! Hope you gals are doing well! We thought we'd send you
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The Original Meaning of Mother’s Day

While I think my own mother likes Mother's Day as it is, it is interesting that the early mothers' days were more about mothers as activists rather than individuals.   While various holidays celebrating mothers have
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International Day Against Homophobia

The International Day Against Homophobia, held on May 17 every year, is a rallying event offering an opportunity for people to get together and reach out to one another. Fondation Émergence promotes, mainly on a pan-Canadian
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Libby Davies

Lesbian Politicians

Canada: Ellen Woodsworth - Municipal, Vancouver City Council www.ellenwoodsworth.com Libby Davies - Federal Member of Parliament www.libbydavies.ca Japan: Kanako Otsuji - Elected Osaka Assembly member, National Diet candidate. http://gayjapannews.com/news_english/news3.htm US: Barbara Jordan: Texas Senator. First African
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Xtra Stories with the word ‘lesbian’, ‘woman’ or ‘dyke’ in them this week.

Original 2008 post: Xtra west is a good newspaper. Robin Perelle, editor of Xtra west and a lesbian herself, does her best, I know, but has to conform to some advertizing realities by publishing mostly
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kd lang, shown here in her early career, passed for straight, like several other queer artists.

Why young queer women artists are passing for straight

This weeks' Xtra west did an excellent cover story about queer women in music, and why so many of them aren't publicly self identifying as queer or lesbian or putting queer/lesbian content in their music. Young
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Earth Hour – for lesbians (and others) who love the planet

In 2008, 24 global cities will participate in Earth Hour at 8pm on March 29. Earth Hour is the highlight of a major campaign to encourage businesses, communities and individuals to take the simple steps
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Herstory: the Gazebo Connection

The Gazebo Connection organizes social and cultural events of particular interest to lesbians over the age of 40 (in Vancouver). Visiting their site recently, they have a relatively new piece up on how the organization
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Lesbian Travel Information

The information on this page is provided by Montreal-based Girlports Lesbian Travel Guide. According to Girlports: Girlports was launched by Tanya Churchmuch, a longtime broadcast and print journalist and public relations veteran, as a result
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Lesbian Band wins WAMA Award for Best Duo/Group in the Hard Rock category

Okay, they're not local gals, but good on them for winning this mainstream music award. Congratulations Wicked Jezabel. Recent email to LQ:  I am a member of Wicked Jezabel, the Baltimore-DC area's only all-female, all-gay party
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“Lately Musings” – Cherilyn Fry

Out of the closet And into the fire Hotter than hell the flames lick my face As my lover Cools my heels Out of the closet And into the sidewalk Walking as a female looking
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LQ Spring Edition

Vancouver plays this wonderful trick on Vancouverites every February. For a short while, it seems like spring is fully sprung and summer is a whisper away. The snow drops and crocuses pop up from the
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Monthly Dreamweaver Women’s Dances – Vancouver

We are happy to announce that we have just confirmed a location for a dance in Vancouver on March 15th!!   The new management at the Howard Johnson's (formerly the Biltmore) has offered us a monthly
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Jodie Foster thanks her partner Cydney at Oscars

Jodie Foster has kind of shocked Hollywood by publicly acknowledging her same-sex lover of almost 20 years for the first time ever. Here's a link to the story in the Daily Telegraph (Australia)
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Board Games are So Gay!

Friday, January 4th, 7:00pm @ Rhizome Cafe We’re back for another round! Join us for a night of queer-friendly board games! DJ Ruggedly Handsome and DJ Fagbot will be spinning tunes. Bring the games you
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CBC Program about Lesbian Couple Adoption – Mommy Mommy

"Parenthood does not have a cookie-cutter definition." The documentary film Mommy, Mommy is scheduled to air this December on CBC Newsworld on "The Lens": - Tuesday, December 4th at 7pm and 10pm Pacific Standard Time (PST)
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RedCandles

Winter 2007-2008 Edition

Welcome to the winter edition of Lesbian Quarterly.

RedCandlesWinter holidays. As someone who celebrates the secular version of Christmas, it's a time of figuring out what to buy people and when to mail it so they get it on time. It's also a time to focus on the things I like about the various winter holidays, and leave the rest. My spiritual holiday is Winter Solstice, which is a nice thing to celebrate, since you can make it whatever you want to be. Lesbians are like that, taking what we like about popular culture and hopefully leaving the rest. Yule evergreens decorated with blessings, decking the halls, candles and blessing people with gifts belong to Solstice/Yule as much as Christmas, and that makes me happy. About 20 years ago, young, broke and unwilling to go to my parents place for Christmas, I chose to gather my chosen family around me and start some new traditions. That year, my Solstice / birthday candlemaking celebration was born. Each year since then, the people I'm closest to, and some others that just seem nice, are invited to my home to sit around, drink mulled apple juice and dip candle wicks in tall jars of hot coloured wax. It's nice, homey and peaceful, the kind of thing I'd want my children to remember fondly, if I was going to have children. This quarter in LQ we have some resources for making lesbian and gay friendly purchases from companies with positive practices towards people like us. We also have a book review by guest contributor Jeanette Nelson, about a first novel written by a Canadian lesbian, published by a Canadian publishing company. As well, a new opportunity to recommend your favourite lesbian-owned businesses and artisans. In This Issue
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Lesbian-Owned Business Recommendations

I was recently at one of my favourite holiday events, the Women's Winter Craft Faire hosted by Pat Hogan of Sounds and Furies Productions. This yearly fair, held at the Heritage Hall on Main Street
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Lesbian Quarterly Spring 2008 Edition Comes Out

Check out www.lesbianquarterly.com on March 1st for the next installment of Lesbian Quarterly. In between editions the events section, the lesbian agenda is kept up to date for the latest happening for lesbians over 30
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Lesbian Quarterly Winter 2007 Edition Comes Out

Check back here on December 1st for the new edition. Advertizers and contributors - please get your information in by 5 days before the new edition. If you're proposing a story idea, please contact the
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Intuitive Readings @ Rhizome Cafe

Every Tuesday, 3:00 to 5:00 Roz Shakespeare and friends provide intuitive readings at Rhizome Café. $20 for 20 minutes, $45 for 45 minutes. December at Rhizome Café * Community Space * Arts Venue 317 East
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Human Rights Campaign (Holiday) Shopping Guide

People often ask me for advice on what brands of computers and other equipment to buy. During the holiday season, a lot of people buy gadgets and gifts. In general I usually recommend good solid
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The Skin Beneath

Skin Beneath Book CoverThe Skin Beneath by Nairne Holze, Insomniac Press 2007. Reviewed by Jeanette Nelson.
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Falling for Lesbians 100%

Fall 2007 Edition

I have more than one good friend who happens to have a mental illness. Two friends have recently 'outed' themselves to me as having been diagnosed with a mood disorder and schizophrenia respectively.  I also have
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New LGTB Prism Alcohol and Drug Services Launched

A first in Canada, Vancouver Coastal Health just launched in July of this year alcohol and drug services specifically geared to lesbians and gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirited and queer people. “Issues specific to the lives
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Sugarbeach

Sugarbeach Wedding Announcement

Lesbian Quarterly is proud to congratulate Marlee and Tully of Sugarbeach on their wedding, happening as LQ is going to 'press' on September 1st 2007. The Vancouver-based lesbian pop duo met in Australia where Canadian
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Gloria Steinem on ‘Chick flicks’ and ‘Dick flicks’

This article by feminist matriarch Gloria Steinem was recommended to me by one of LQ's reader, and I'm recommending it to you.
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“Lesbian Life” Blog Excerpts

The links in this article are syndicated excerpts from a blog I found of a lesbian advice columnist with some dating advice and other news (mostly american). This links in this article will change frequently, as they are a live feed from this other site. Click on the link above to view.
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2007 AIDS Walk for Life Fundraiser

With an estimated 55,000 Canadians infected with HIV - and 12,000 to 15,000 in BC alone - it is events like the AIDS WALK for LIFE that play a critical role in increasing community awareness
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Small Business Bootcamp

Small Business Bootcamp Event - Lesbian organized event
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Mabel League Finals Tournament

Finals for the Mabel League is happening the weekend of the 19-22 at Gordon Park (Friday games may be in other locations) For more information and location maps see: http://mabelleague.com/fields3
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Summer 2007 Issue

This quarter we're talking about favourite lesbian owned and women-owned businesses in BC. Also see our usual features the Lesbian Agenda, and Ongoing Lesbian Events. I've also catalogued all the lesbian-owned and women-owned businesses mentioned on the
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In Other Words – Lesbians in the News

The achievements of lesbians do get reported in the news. They aren't always labeled as or celebrated as lesbians, which is a pity, since I believe it's credible to assume that our successes, when made public, help
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Lesbian Pride

Three Year Anniversary Issue

Welcome to Lesbian Quarterly's rebirth online in our third year. In this issue: Challenges Together: Rhizome Cafe Catherine McNeill (poetry) - let us give thanks Lisa (Annuska) van der Pol (business update)- Boogy Woogy in Victoria Sophia
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Lisa and Vinetta at Rhizome

Challenges Together – Vinetta Lenavat and Lisa Moore of Rhizome Cafe

It's Tuesday night and the Rhizome Cafe at 317 E Broadway near Main is bustling with activity. The glassed-in meeting room has a group of people clustered around a table, meeting. Lisa Moore is in
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Ki Living Art

let us give thanks

Written by Catherine McNeil her again. i return to her as if for the first time. not seeing clearly. the sun shines while the rain falls. she was born protected under a purple marten’s wing.
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Print Archives

The following pdf files are the e-versions of Lesbian Quarterly, from before it became web based. It was distributed in print in Vancouver for the first few years.
  • LQ 1 March 2004 - This was the first version, created as an ad-circular for the GLBA women’s breakfast group for international women’s day
  • LQ 2 June 2004 - This is the first edition in the new format
  • LQ 3 Sept 2004
  • LQ 4 E-Version December 2004 | LQ 4 Print Version December 2004
  • LQ 5 E-Version March 2005 | LQ 5 March 2005 Print Version
  • LQ 6 E-Version June 2005
  • LQ 7 E-Version September 2005
  • LQ 8 E-Version December 2005 | LQ 8 Print Version December 2005
  • LQ 9 E-Version March 2006
  • LQ 10 E-Version June 2006
  • LQ 11 E-Version September 2006
  • LQ 12 E-Version December 2006

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    December 2006 Editorial

    Twas the night before deadline and LQ wasn’t even close to ready to go out. It’s been a busy few months, and I haven’t had time to beat the bushes for articles or ads, or to write much.
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    Empowering Women, One Bicycle at a Time

    Empowering Women, One Bicycle at a Time

    -Guest writer Emily Boyce is a big fan of grrls on bikes Jett Grrl Bike Studio is Commercial Drive’s newest bike shop - and Vancouver’s only lesbian owned and operated one. Jett Grrl was started
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    September 2006 Editorial

    Our wedding approaches and to our astonishment, half the guests will be relatives. It’s amazing how transformative this process has been for us and our families. My mother has come out to all her friends
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    Butch Bra Shopping

    Guest writer Shep Wildwood * gives her solution for bra shopping for the butch gal. Have you ever taken a look through your drawers and wondered about the bras in there? You have six different sizes and none of them seem to fit right. An undershirt won’t work for sports. You need a new bra
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    June 2006 Editorial – Summer

    Proud to be part of the solution... What’s your approach to making the world a better place? Pat Hogan and Clare Robson make a difference by organizing a conference for older lesbians and Annuska van
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    Fabulous Lesbian Weddings—

    Planning a wedding? Wondering where to go that will treat you like the blushing bride you are? After a year and a half long engagement, my partner Jeanette and I are getting married this fall
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    West Coast Gathering & Conference of Lesbians 50+

    Pat Hogan and Claire Robson's yearly conference for older lesbians in Vancouver, BC
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    Rhizome Cafe

    New lesbian-owned café at 317 East Broadway in Vancouver. After two years of planning, consultation and looking for just the right space, Lisa and Vinetta of Rhizome Café are set to open their doors mid
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    March 2006 Editorial

    This will be the third spring LQ is published, and it’s got me thinking about what LQ needs to thrive. I started this magazine with three goals—to promote lesbian-owned businesses like my own, to foster
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    Changes Never End: My Life as a Stand-Up Comic

    By Marylee -Stephenson, M.A., Ph.D. Whenever I appear as a standup comic I introduce myself as “the only 62-year-old-Lesbian-comic-with-a-Ph.D.!”
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