Rosie and The Goldbug talk masturbation, Kate Bush and their new single "Running in the Dark" in their interview with Yazy Tauk
Us lesbians experience a few weird questions throughout our lives. From shots of rainbows to scissoring, here are the things you should never ask a lesbian.
So, it's been a few days since we made our TV debut on Channel 4's Coachtrip, and the initial feelings of total humiliation are starting to subside. The feedback from various sources are still coming at us thick and fast and we've already been recognised a couple of times when out and about. All of it is positive, and so far, we are really pleased with the response and how we've been portrayed. Let's hope the edit stays as honest as we were during the trip!
Wow so we've just had our TV debut and we can tell you we've been on pins for the last few days knowing it was looming.
As much as we hate to admit it- we are currently living in a society which is dominated by stereotypes. Not only are we considered a minority as LBQ women but we are then further categorised within that, which I completely disagree with.
Double Exposure is a heart wrenching novel, whereby Bridget Birdsall takes us on a journey of self-discovery with the main character, Alyx Kowalski.
Hi, my name is Ingo and I run and create all Wotever World's shows, events, workshops and tours. I work with an amazing crew who add their flavour and take on things how and what Queer Life in London, Europe mean NOW. We call ourselves Queers and we are a variety of trans, dykes, gays, bears, academics; and in various transitions...
How you can help make Pride in London 2014 the best yet
1) Get Marching! There's no other experience like walking in a group as part of the parade and waving to the thousands of Londoners that come out to support the Parade. There's music, there's dancing, there's antics and a great buzz. And if you're lucky, no rain!
Disgruntled serial monogamist Rosie Wilby presents a loose sequel to her Fringe Report Award winning show The Science Of Sex.
Did you know that London has all of the following available at your fingertips?
- 5 LBQ venues
- over 5 radio and podcasts aimed at LBQ women
- over 7 festivals specifically aimed at LBQ women across the world
- over 25 LGBT venues
- over 35 Meet Up groups full of lesbians taking control of their own social lives
- over 100 events every month
Firstly and most importantly, could you imagine what would happen if you wanted to go in a mainstream pub and were asked to prove your heterosexuality?
When talking about the community spirit and response to the closure Maria wanted to remind everyone to show their support for First Out by coming down, whether it be for after work drinks, Sunday lunch, tea and cake, dinner or a good old boogie in the basement bar. There is nothing to protest about or campaign for, this is a time to celebrate one of the most iconic venues on the scene in the last 25 years.
So, on Friday night I (Naomi) went along to Hey Soiree! after work for a Glass Bar reunion. It was an intimate group in a side room upstairs at The Green Carnation in Soho. I had planned to go between 6.30pm and 7.30pm before heading off to Southbank Surfing, but come 7.30pm I was so busy in conversation with some lovely ladies that I quickly got behind schedule!