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Lez Review: Lease Bound

We all know the drill with current lesbian media. It comes in three distinct flavours:  Angst-ridden cautionary tales for the benefit the hetero audience. “Actually-Bisexual” plot-twists And everyone’s favourite… Dead Lesbians. With options like these, many lesbians find it hard… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: Lesbian Love Octagon

Love triangles just don’t cut it when it comes to describing the complexity of dating in a small lesbian community. Enter: Lesbian Love Octagon, a musical comedy about dyke drama. Lesbian Love Octagon had two runs in New York, before coming… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: The Feels

Constance Wu and Angela Trimbur play a lesbian couple who are celebrating their engagement by having a weekend getaway with a few close friends. Relatively early in the film, Lu (Trimbur) lets it slip that she has never had an… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: LA Web Series

Two women meet on an elevator. One of them has to be on a flight back home to Manchester the following morning. Together, they wander the streets of Los Angeles as they talk, flirt with, and learn more about each… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: The Closet Chronicles

By: SARAH BAROWSKI The Closet Chronicles, by author J.P. Haynes, is a short work of realistic fiction centering on the life and times of lesbian lothario D.J. Spencer as she works at a magazine job that she hates, comes to… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: Liberty’s Secret

The tagline for Liberty’s Secret describes it as “a girl-meets-girl musical-movie. About the song and dance of politics.”  Personally, I would have described it as Jenny’s Wedding meets But I’m a Cheerleader meets musical theater.  It’s silly and lighthearted, even… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: “Take My Wife”

I first became aware of Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher (as a couple and comedic duo) last year when I attended a stand-up comedy show that they co-host at the UCB on Franklin every Tuesday night. The couple bantered back and forth before welcoming… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: Bare (2015)

Natalia Leite answered the prayers of hundreds of lesbians around the world when she wrote and directed a film featuring Glee star, Dianna Agron  as a woman who falls in love with another woman. Agron plays the role of Sarah, a small… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: Why Be Happy When You Can Be Normal?

“My advice to anybody is: get born.” If you’ve read anything by Jeanette Winterson, it was probably Oranges are Not the Only Fruit, a classic lesbian coming of age novel in the same vein as Rubyfruit Jungle, in which a… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: The Price of Salt / Carol

Description: Before Carol was a movie, it was a book called The Price of Salt The Price of Salt has been on my “to read” list for years, so when I heard about the movie Carol, I thought, “last chance to read the… Continue Reading →

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