After Generation L, we propose you to follow on Lezbelib a new web series.
Seeking Simone is the adventure of a lesbian expatriated from Vancouver, city in which she left her family, exes and friends to start a new life in Toronto, where she moved for a job as an actress.
Even if she stays in touch using her webcam with her best friend Audrey, she feels really alone.
Simone ends up being registered on a dating website, an act that she finds "desperate and sad" at the beginning, but which will be very effective to discover new heads: she will meet adorable lesbians as rock 'n roll ones. In this first episode, Simone reluctantly lets her best friend Audrey fill out her online dating profile.
The British association Stonewall has launched a survey to find out what the songs of the past ten years that have given the most courage and strength to the LGBT community.
Here are the top 5 of those songs.
In Grey's Anatomy, the question around the marriage between Callie and Arizona is facing debates.
The creator, Shonda Rimes, defended her point of view.
"As soon as I got a microphone in my hand, when I was about 14, I realised I wanted to do this," she said. "Most people don’t like the way their voice sounds when it’s recorded. I was just so excited by the whole thing that I wasn’t bothered what it sounded like."
And it sounds VERY good!
Rihanna represents for me a perfect artist. First of all, she is hot! Then, musically, we can say that there is a talent with this amazing voice mixing R'nB, pop and reggea and finally, rumors of her potential bisexuality bring the bonus.
In episode 7 of Generation L - The Road to Mardi Gras, it's Recovery time as the girls wind down from Mardi Gras at the official girls after party at Oxford Street's Oxford Art Factory.
In this 6th episode, the girls hit the Mardi Gras after party at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion where Yas explains what a podium car crash is.
A few years ago I stopped listening to the radio wearied to always hear the same songs every hour. I went to discover other musics, other artists, I read music magazines which write about artists that we never hear on the radio and I discovered incredible songs.
The discovery of a voice, of a melody, of a rhythm,… the simple but magic pleasure of the music. This week, I stopped on an artist with a very particular musical sound, Lykke Li.
In this new episode, the girls head to Gotham Bar during the parade and Hoss tells Yas about her relationship issues. Prue joins Dykes on Bikes as they lead the Mardi Gras parade and Hoss shares her coming out story.
In this episode, Renee discovers the pitfalls of mixing business with pleasure in the lesbian community. Drama, drama, drama... And the Generation L girls tell us what they think about having sex with straight girls.