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  • 2016). "Why I'm a Lesbian (Not Queer)". Lesbians Over Everything. OLOC Boston (Old Lesbians Organizing for Change) (2016). "Erasing Lesbians". The Proud Trust
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  • Many lesbians found solace in the all-female environment of the United States Women's Army Corps (WAC), but this demanded secrecy, as lesbians were not
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  • portrayals of lesbians. Often news broadcasts highlight stories on more "masculine" lesbians and fail to give equal coverage to other more faceted lesbian identities
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  • LGBT symbols (redirect from Lesbian Flag)
    Some lesbians reclaimed this symbol as gay men reclaimed the pink triangle (many lesbians also reclaimed the pink triangle although lesbians were not
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  • declare themselves as lesbians with shared interests. As a result, feminism would be able to provide an environment in which lesbianism was less about personal
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  • African Ancestral Lesbians United for Societal Change made for African-diaspora lesbians. The Salsa Soul Sisters grew out of the Black Lesbian Caucus of the
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  • gaze". Oftentimes, erasure of lesbians is enabled when LGBT organizations fail to recognize the contributions of lesbians; such as when, in 2018, a statement
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  • that race places lesbians of color in a different relation to men as white lesbians as "white women with class privilege don't share oppression with white
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  • Tribadism (category Lesbianism)
    think that it is a misconception that lesbians engage in the act and that it is therefore not representative of lesbian sexual practices, attributing it more
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  • French lesbians sought to carve out space for themselves within feminism and within politics as a whole. They focused on the representation of lesbians and
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  • Femme (category Lesbian culture)
    Lesbian feminism saw a rejection of the butch-femme dynamic and therefore femme identity. During the emergence of lesbian feminism, femme lesbians were
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  • nearly 4,000 people. In October 2013, the Lesbians Who Tech website was launched. The first official Lesbians Who Tech Summit was held in February 2014
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  • essay New Notes on Lesbianism "I name myself "lesbian" because this culture oppresses, silences, and destroys lesbians, even lesbians who don't call themselves
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  • Women who have sex with women (category Lesbianism)
    between lesbians and heterosexual women in medical studies that concentrate on health issues for women skews results for lesbians and non-lesbian women
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  • for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation, believed the Lesbian Avengers were so popular because they were founded at a moment when lesbians were
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  • services to the lesbian community." Organizers also believed that an available physical space for lesbians would "raise the profile of lesbians in the city
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  • LGBT (redirect from Lesbian and Gay)
    term ethnic minority for non-whites. As lesbians forged more public identities, the phrase "gay and lesbian" became more common. A dispute as to whether
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  • 57%), and the same was true among women (lesbians: 58%, straight women: 41%). Similarly, gay men (73%) and lesbians (66%) were overrepresented among the upper
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  • homosexuality, see Lesbian. In a U.S.-based 1970s mail survey by Shere Hite, lesbians self-reported their reasons for being lesbian. This is the only major
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  • believe the use of the word like that to be acceptable. Prejudice against lesbians is called lesbophobia Prejudice against bisexual people is called biphobia
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