Phillesbian.com is the only digital magazine catering exclusively to women who love women in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs, offering lesbian/queer identified women in Philly a resource for arts & culture, events, news, fashion, health, and more.
This website was created for Generation Y, which is a group in the United States of America that should hold the most power and influence; yet, we are a youth culture that does not act upon it. This is the website of those who are culturally relevant and want to enlighten the world. From funny to serious, politics to sex advice to race issues, this is the place for those who have often thought : Why?
Fighting the Good Fight for the LGBTQ Community! A lone lesbian thinking, feeling and speaking her way in and out of the tangles that face us all in the LGBTQ population. Politics, poetry, passion and pure investment in being open, honest and forever hand in hand with my brothers and sisters.
Spoon and the Moonhttp://www.spoonandthemoonapp.com
Hello from Wickedly Sisters! We are interested in running a small ad on your blog/site. We think visitors to your site would enjoy our LGBTQ, international gold medal winning iNovel made by a creative lesbian team. Spoon and the Moon is a whimsically risqué fairytale. This wildly imaginative story is full of humor, a twinge of tenderness and a heaping of unexpected turns. It is an interactive book for adults with clever animations, a hot soundtrack by musicians from Europe and North America all woven through a magical storyline. Although our pockets are not deep, would you please consider a small place for an ad for Spoon and the Moon? We can offer a small fee or a free download of our whimsical book available on iPad™ and iPhone, Android™ tablets and Kindle Fire™. In the spirit of reciprocity, we also would be delighted to blog about your site and/or your publications, and mention you on our Facebook pages. You can email us at mmmarie1961 AT aol.com . You can find out more about us at: spoonandthemoon DOT com, or please Google Wickedly Sisters on Huffington Post. Thanks buckets, Marie and Margaret—Wickedly Sisters.
The Active Voicehttp://activevoicepress.wordpress.com
There is a rich and textured landscape, full of plot twists and colorful characters, that surrounds the psychological research on sexual orientation. The Active Voice is where we get to have a conversation about the intersection between psychological research, social and public policy, and our lived experiences. The voice behind "The Active Voice" is Gayle Pitman, a professor of psychology and women's studies.