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  • Ten lesbians run into a restroom. Did hilarity ensue? Sadly, it did not.
  • My Love is louder than “Yours”
  • Pretend to be nice for dates 1 through 15. Reveal true self after.
  • How to be The World’s Worst Girlfriend

Interview with Kris Radish

By in Books

Grace Rooney interviews the wonderful wordsmith Kris Radish about her books and her passion for writing.

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I liked the L Word Book, and not in a hipster ironic way. I really really liked it.

By in Books

I am going to confess a deep dark secret to you now – I bought the L Word Book by Jennifer Beals. Buying this book makes me feel like the biggest dork ever, like the kind of person who might scribble “Tibette Forever” on her notebook in study hall. I justified it by saying it was for charity and that I needed to keep up with lesbo pop culture but, really, I just wanted to see pretty pictures of pretty people. Do you want to know what’s in the book? Do you want some tidbits? You know you do because lesbians love those L Word actresses.

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The Lesbian Amendment* to The Rules of Love

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It was a rainy afternoon one Sunday and I was hanging out at my parents house. Bored, I began foraging through the shelves of my sister’s old room in the hopes of finding something “intellectually stimulating” to read. Alas, my search was fruitless, and I came away with what can only be described as a self-help book for the sad and insecure (sorry sis), entitled “The Rules of Love” by Richard…

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Interview with a vampire lover

By in Books, Featured

A new lesbian vampire themed book released last week is currently devouring the Amazon.com chart, entering the top 10 for LGBT books and the top 50 for horror books. We sit down with one of the authors, Trinity Tam, after she and her co-author and girlfriend, Nell Stark, returned from promoting their book at Women’s Week in Provincetown, MA and ask her some inappropriate questions.

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Review of the book I Can’t Think Straight by Shamim Sarif

By in Books, Movies

Before the film there was a book. Grace Maxwell reviews Shamim Sharif’s I Can’t Think Straight, which has been adapted into a film that has been screened all over the world this year.

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