This Tax Season: Total Chaos for Same-Sex Couples

Anti-Gay Marriage Mozilla CEO Resigns After Backlash

World’s First Lesbian-Only Cemetery Opening In Germany

April 2014 Issue

April 2014 Issue

This month… The Diva behind The Dinah – 24 years with Mariah Hanson; Antigone Rising …and clearly rising to the…

December 2013 Femastrology

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December Sun Sign Profile: Sagittarius (November 22-December 21)   Wild ponies, scaling Everest, New Years Eve, Cabaret, fireworks, impassioned political speeches, dirty jokes, daring acts of bravery, people running naked through the mall. Meet Sagittarius! They are a crazy grab bag of energy.  Like their polar opposite Gemini, your typical Sag’ does not want to…

December 2013 Issue

December 2013 Issue

This month… Janis Ian is Still Connecting in All the Right Ways; Miranda Otto and Company are Reaching for the Moon; Katherine Forrest, the Mother of Lesbian Fiction Writers, on her Kate Delafield Series; Comic of the Month, Vickie Shaw; …and much, much more!         LESBIAN NEWS DIGITAL OPTIONS iPad App with…

Hawaii Says ‘Aloha’ to Same-Sex Marriage and Equality

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Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie will sign a bill today legalizing gay marriage, making Hawaii the 15th state to allow same-sex marriages, and allowing thousands of gay couples living in Hawaii and tourists to marry in the Aloha State starting Dec. 2. Hawaii, which is a huge tourist destination to begin with, is expected to see…

The Very First LGBT Awards in Japan

「TokyoSuperStar Awards 2013」 The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women Beth Brooke, EY Global Vice Chair giving a speech for TSSA in Tokyo, Japan December 7th (Sat), 2013 at Billboard Live Tokyo   Photo By Tokyo SuperStar Awards 2012 Tokyo SuperStar Awards 2013 will be held on Saturday, December 7th, 2013 at Billboard Live Tokyo in…

Gay Rights Victories Pile Up In 2013

NEW YORK — NEW YORK (AP) — In Maine, a congressman running for governor came out as gay. In Hawaii, lawmakers girded for a vote to legalize same-sex marriage. And in the U.S. Senate, seven Republicans joined the Democrats in a landmark vote to ban workplace discrimination against gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. From one…