Julia Rothman for BuzzFeed News. So I decide to wake the place up a little. The second dinner session has just let out, and the Rendezvous Lounge which is as tacky as it sounds is overflowing with lesbians. No Sheryl Crow, no Michelle Branch. Sure, I say, why not, thinking all the while: If any other year-old lesbians could use a self-esteem boost, all they need to do, clearly, is get themselves on an Olivia cruise.
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At the time, I had no idea how long this pandemic-induced isolation would stretch, but, regardless, I had evidence: a lifetime of searching for women-loving-women entertainment that often turned up empty results. But that finally seems to be changing. While the diversity of queer, female experiences is far from being comprehensively captured on TV screens , these lesbian TV shows are a great start. Embracing fully developed, complicated, lovable and sometimes unlikable queer characters is also an important part of being an ally. But thankfully, all eight episodes are currently streaming. Catch up before the second season premieres in
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Know important health issues for lesbians and women who have sex with women — from sexually transmitted infections to depression — and get tips for taking charge of your health. All women face certain health risks. However, sexual minority women, such as those who identify as lesbian or bisexual as well as women who have sex with women, have some specific health concerns. Although your individual risks are shaped by many factors beyond your sexual orientation and practices — including family history and age — it's important to understand common health issues for sexual minority women and steps you can take to stay healthy. Sexual minority women are at higher risk of depression and anxiety.