By Leslie J. Calman
When I became Director of Mautner Project: The National Lesbian Health Organization, I heard a fair number of smart smart aleck jokes about why lesbians need a health organization: Allergic reactions to flannel shirts? Heel inflammation from those Birkenstocks? (You get the picture.)
By Jacquetta Brooks, MSW, LGSW
We’ve all been there; that awkward moment at the doctor’s office when the white lab coat asks, “Are you sexually active?” For some of us it’s a resounding “Yes.” For others, it’s a string of umms and uhs.
By Stephanie Papadakis
Attention Washington, D.C. area lesbians: If you are thinking about traveling any time in the next year, and you want to know where the lesbians will be, look no further than Olivia. Bringing entertainment for the last 40 years, Olivia will celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2013 with its largest cruise and entertainment lineup to set sail yet: 4,200 women and over 20 entertainers on back-to-back cruises in the Southern Caribbean.
By Angellica Garrigan
Jamie Leeds wears many hats in life: mother, businesswoman, mentor, board member and award- winner. She is most well-known, however, for her chef’s hat as the owner and founder of Hank’s Oyster Bar, with two locations in Washington, D.C., and one in Old Town Alexandria.