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Beyond Halloween

Why are women still being burned as witches?

“Game Changers: Lesbians You Should Know About”

This lesbian herstory book is what we wish we had in school!

Remembering Gay Rights Pioneer Tamara Turner

Historian, wit, and flagrant socialist feminist, 1940–2017.

Share Your Herstory: NYC Dyke March Special Collection Day

History is written by the victors; herstory is written by the brave women who persevere.

This Is America

An older lesbian reflects on the new America of Trump’s first 100 days.

Lesbian Photographer Museum's 250K Grant

Alice Austen House receives grant from National Endowment from the Humanities.

Preserving Bisexual Women's History

Back issues of Bi Women (now the Bi Women Quarterly) are now archived at Harvard University's Schlesinger Library.

Genderfluid Japan

A new exhibition reveals surprisingly queer gender and sex roles in Edo-period Japan.

Viva Henrietta! Long Live This Lesbian Bar

Henrietta Hudson is one of New York City’s last lesbian bars, and continues to thrive.

The "Woman Card" In Politics Dates Back To The 1880s

Whether it's 1872 or 2016, outspoken women are considered dangerous.