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  • 2016). "Why I'm a Lesbian (Not Queer)". Lesbians Over Everything. OLOC Boston (Old Lesbians Organizing for Change) (2016). "Erasing Lesbians". The Proud Trust
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  • through the eye of male artists. Lesbian scene, engraving, 18th century Hokusai, Shunga Lesbians, painting, c. 1814 Lesbian play, lithograph, 1840 Jean Auguste
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  • identifier of butch lesbians. While butch-femme roles had previously been the primary way of identifying lesbians and quantifying lesbian relationships in
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  • ('lipstick lesbians')." The prominence of lipstick lesbians in the media is echoed by Rosalind Gill, who stated, "The figure of the 'luscious lesbian' [lipstick
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  • houses of prostitution that were uniquely for lesbians. Toulouse Lautrec created paintings of many of the lesbians he met, some of whom frequented or worked
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  • self-esteem in regards to lesbian sexuality. Nichols said that the impact "of these studies on the perception of lesbians, notably by lesbians themselves, was enormous:
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  • portrayals of lesbians. Often news broadcasts highlight stories on more "masculine" lesbians and fail to give equal coverage to other more faceted lesbian identities
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  • Other theorists argue that gay men and lesbians still internalize feminine and masculine behaviors, causing lesbians to "mimic traditional heterosexual relationships"
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  • LGBT symbols (redirect from Lesbian Flag)
    Some lesbians reclaimed this symbol as gay men reclaimed the pink triangle (many lesbians also reclaimed the pink triangle although lesbians were not
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  • Many lesbians found solace in the all-female environment of the United States Women's Army Corps (WAC), but this demanded secrecy, as lesbians were not
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  • Vampire Lesbians of Sodom is a satirical play written by Charles Busch. It features a series of vignettes that deals with the lives of two eponymous immortal
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  • The U-Haul lesbian or U-Haul syndrome is a stereotype of lesbian relationships, referring to the joke that lesbians tend to move in together on the second
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  • characters, plays including lesbians traditionally ended in violence and death. Plays with exclusively lesbian characters that were written by lesbian playwrights
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  • gaze". Oftentimes, erasure of lesbians is enabled when LGBT organizations fail to recognize the contributions of lesbians; such as when, in 2018, a statement
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  • Lesbian literature is a subgenre of literature addressing lesbian themes. It includes poetry, plays, fiction addressing lesbian characters, and non-fiction
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  • Tribadism (category Lesbianism)
    think that it is a misconception that lesbians engage in the act and that it is therefore not representative of lesbian sexual practices, attributing it more
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  • homosexuality, see Lesbian. In a U.S.-based 1970s mail survey by Shere Hite, lesbians self-reported their reasons for being lesbian. This is the only major
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  • James (2006). "Drawing Out Lesbians: Blurred Representations of Lesbian Desire in Shōjo Manga". In Chandra, Subhash (ed.). Lesbian Voices: Canada and the
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  • Violets: Lesbians in Film. Penguin. "Queer Horror" list of Lesbian vampire films "Queer Horror" list of Lesbian vampire books Vampire Lesbians of Sodom"
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  • Illness or Modern Women (category Fictional lesbians)
    vampire women, modeled after the lesbian vampire subtext in Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu's Carmilla (1872), transform into lesbians, which subverts gender crossing
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