Ancient Egypt Lesbianism

Nowdays, the Egyptian government is refusing to recognize the existence of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people, flouting its responsibility to protect the rights of everyone.  However, sexuality in ancient Egypt was open, untainted by guilt. Sex was an important part of life – from birth to death and rebirth. Singles and married couples…

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High October (Hobbs Book 1) by Elena Graf

“High October” by Elena Graf is the first book in the Hobbs Series The meaning of the title : High October is the period during Maine autumn when it’s really warm like an Indian summer when it’s warm enough to walk without a jacket, at least this is what the old Mainers call it and…

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Deception by design by Tara Wentz

Sometimes the past takes over the present and one can take all the wrong decisions when heaven is finally so close to reach. “Deception by design” by Tara Wentz is a great lesbian romance involving Kellen and Joshlyn, two different characters who are really drawn to each other as soon as they meet, the chemistry…

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The Last Conception 2020 movie

A new gay comedy and drama movie in 2020!! What can be more challenging than being gay in a traditional Indian family? Well, coming out to your parents. This is what Savarna needs to overcome in “The Last Conception”. To everyone’s surprise Savarna’s parents, Davidia (Marshall Manesh) and Mira (Veena Bidasha) are progressive enough to…

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Ratched ~ the Netflix series ~ a review

“Ratched” is a dark, suspenseful psychological thriller inspired by “One flew over the cuckoo’s nest” by Ken Kesey, a great novel from 1962. I would love to see more movies like “Ratched”, where lesbian characters are played by real life lesbians. Women who have loved other women in their lives know better how to express…

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Ammonite ~ 2020 lesbian movie ~ starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan

“Ammonite” is a slow burned dramatic love story starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan  and written  and directed by 2017 UK breakout God’s Own Country, Francis Lee. The inequality between men and women, the social class differences and the unfairness of geniuses living in poverty during their lifetimes, are just some of the substrates  this movie…

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