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Lez Review: “Tampa Baes”

Tampa Baes follows the lives of a group of lesbians in Tampa Bay, Florida. It has all the petty drama and trashiness that you can expect from any other reality TV show, but this time, lesbians are at the forefront…. Continue Reading →

Lez Review: The Wilds

In this Amazon original series, a group of teenage girls get stranded on an island when their plane crashes on their way to an all-female retreat in Hawaii. Early on in the series, it is revealed that things aren’t as… Continue Reading →

Lez Review: Alethia

Alethia is a web comic by Kristina Stipetic, that follows the story of a robot named Jun, who fell from space. We discover the world of Alethia with Jun, who lost her memories from the fall. She explores the many… 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: Unbearable Lightness

If you’re looking for stories written about lesbians, by lesbians, you can’t do much better than a good autobiography. I’ve been on a lesbian memoir kick for about a year now, but until last week, I was avoiding Unbearable Lightness because I… 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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