CurveMag: Curvemag. com To Become Largest Global LGBTQI Media Offering For Women In 2020

CurveMag: Curvemag. com To Become Largest Global LGBTQI Media Offering For Women In 2020. “Todays Merger with Australia’s largest lesbian magazine will make 30-year-old Curve Magazine the world’s largest outlet of its kind… Due to the merger, the print production of both titles will be suspended to focus on digital offerings and to re-examine readers’ demands for a physical magazine. LOTL and CURVE will be made available in a 30-year digital magazine archive, free of charge, hosted on curvemag.com.” The archive is supposed to launch this month.

SFYOU: Meet the professor engineering the Archives of Lesbian Oral Testimony, Elise Chenier (The Peak)

The Peak: SFYOU: Meet the professor engineering the Archives of Lesbian Oral Testimony, Elise Chenier. “It’s likely that the majority of people reading this have not heard about something called the Archives of Lesbian Oral Testimony (ALOT). The brainchild of Elise Chenier, an oral historian and professor at SFU, ALOT was founded in 2010 and is primarily a digital collection of audio and video recordings centring around people who have identified as lesbian at some point in their lives. The goal of ALOT is to bring to light both lesbian and queer women histories that mainstream history has largely overlooked.”

Cosmopolitan: Why searching ‘lesbian’ in Google is now going to bring up totally new results

Cosmopolitan: Why searching ‘lesbian’ in Google is now going to bring up totally new results. “Lesbian is one of the most searched-for LGBTQ+ terms, but until now has just brought up porn results when typed into Google. But now – at last! – thanks to an algorithm change, this will no longer be the case.”

DC Public Library: Library Acquires Women in the Life magazine

DC Public Library: Library Acquires Women in the Life magazine. “The Library will digitize, maintain and make all 90 issues of Women in the Life Magazine available on Dig DC, the online portal maintained by the DC Public Library’s Special Collections division. When this work is complete, the story of DC’s lesbian of color community will be available to students, scholars, members of the LGBTQ community and anyone else who wants to understand issues that impacted the Black lesbian community from 1993 to 2003.”