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Go Army Finally Made a Lesbian Commercial and it’s a Freeform Show

All right, I’ve finally gotten around to watching and reviewing Motherland, after accidentally watching and reviewing Homeland from the perspective of someone watching Motherland.  The establishing shot confirms that we are indeed in the US of A, on account of… Continue Reading →

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: 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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