Bernadette Pleasant talks about fully expressing our emotions in order to heal.
Antonia Predovan shares her best tips for meeting women and starting conversations with them.
Mindy Raf, a queer female Brooklyn-based actress, writer, and comedian teaches us all about polyamorous relationships and the various ways they can work
Pansexual online business expert Kimra Luna shares advice for overcoming trauma and thriving in spite of even the most gruesome obstacles.
Lesbian Lifestyle: Jordana Michelle interviews diversity and inclusion expert Jennifer Brown, about issues facing lesbians in the workforce, including diversity and inclusion issues that most of us don’t realize exist within the LGBTQ community, the surprising truth about studies done on lesbians in the workforce, and why lesbians in the workforce can have an advantage in achieving leadership positions, more than non-queer females.
How do we make sure we’re never settling for the wrong person? Finding true love means making a commitment to never settling.
World-renowned teacher, Sharon Salzberg, shares a powerful strategy for feeling more whole, so you don’t cling with neediness to the women you meet. She also teaches an antidote for anger and fear and a trick for overcoming habitual self-criticism so you can project more confidence when dating.
Could there be anything more confusing than being a mother married to a man and suddenly and unexpectedly falling head over heels for your best friend, having never been in a same-sex relationship before?
The most globally connected lesbian in nightlife shares her inside view of the best places around the world to meet lesbians, plus how to build a creative career filled with travel and adventure.
Kelly Madrone and Jordana Michelle have a lesbian chat where Kelly shares strategies and practices that she and her wife use to keep bringing them closer to each other and more deeply in love.
What if I told you that our closest relative in the animal kingdom (with whom we share, literally 99% of our DNA) is a great ape that lives in a female-dominated society where the females band together against the males and have sex with each other all the time?
What’s the number one thing females in nature are attracted to? Find out what the answer to this question can teach lesbian, bisexual and queer women about female desire and being more attractive to the women you want.
Why do you think you’re still single? Why do you think you and your soulmate haven’t found each other yet? What if I told you there was a beautiful, streamlined 7-week process for turning this around?
Mean girls make adolescence a hard time for most females, and it's normal for women to fear female relationships later in life. But fear makes us less attractive to the women we lesbian, bisexual and queer women want to date. Can learning more about girl cliques, girl aggression and girl competition heal those fears?