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A light of the LGBTQ world has passed on: Lenn Keller, a black lesbian photographer, historian, archivist, and founder of the Bay Area Lesbian Archives.

Deb Price was an award-winning journalist and author who wrote the first nationally syndicated column on LGBTQ issues in mainstream newspapers.

The city of San Francisco is moving to declare the Lyon-Martin house as a landmark of the city after unanimously voting on the matter.

The feminist icon, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the US Supreme Court, has died at her home in Washington, DC at the age of 87.

Singers and later lovers Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney were once a famous double act of the music hall from the 1920s to the 1930s.

Paris in the 1920s rivaled Weimar Berlin with its bohemian, sexually permissive lifestyle, and where the Paris-Lesbos, a vibrant lesbian community, thrived.

The Iron Chef star Cat Cora said that she hasn't experienced as much discrimination for being a lesbian because she doesn't care what others think.

Retired Canadian Olympic swimmer Martha McCabe has come out as a lesbian, saying she wants to encourage other LGBTQ girls and women to join sports.

Brazilian LGBTQ activist Marielle Franco's legacy lives on with the release of a film that documents her life and her assassination.

Glee actress Naya Rivera's recent death sorely affected the lesbian community and led us to remember her strong portrayal of her character, Santana Lopez.