Club Skirts and Tito’s Vodka joined forces at this year’s Dinah by donating a $10,000 matching grant to the National Center For Lesbian Rights (NCLR).
Out director and writer Shelley Farmer and her team are currently working on a queer musical called "And the Moon" that follows a woman’s journey to allow herself to be vulnerable, to fall in love, and to openly embrace her desire for another woman.
The team of "About a Donkey" has introduced a new female character, Jordan, who is going to have a love affair with Cecilia, one of the main characters.
I used to talk about lesbian movies and this time, not one but three films in question! Indeed, writer and director Sabra Wrice and producer and actress Rose-Emma Lunderman began work on a trilogy of lesbian short films whose first part entitled «The Day That She Died» was successfully funded and filmed. So missing only «History of Silence» and the final «Playing Love».
Award-winning out filmmaker Rolla Selbak has launched a kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the feature film she is currently producing entitled «The Last Black Man in San Francisco»: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/joeandjimmie/last-black-man-in-san-francisco.
Taiwanese singer A-mei has once again shown her support by organizing a fundraising campaign for a LGBT group at a concert in Taipei.
The administration of Andrews University, a Christian university of Michigan, refused to hold a bake sale to benefit LGBT homeless youth.
As fans clearly don’t want to let go of the hugely popular crime fighting lesbian couple in America’s oldest party town, tello films, Nancylee Myatt and the cast of NIKKI & NORA have launched a fundraising campaign to bring Season 2 to computer screens around the world.
At present, in Canada, it is rather easy to access a LGBT content whether on TV, with the LGBT channel OUTtv, or online. But in the 80s, everything was different until the first gay and lesbian television show "Gayblevision" is created. Today, all the stories, photos, documents, movies ... are endangered unless you adopt a tape.
There are more and more food trucks on the streets of Melbourne but only one company could be led by a lesbian who has decided to donate a portion of her revenues to the Gay and Lesbian Switchboard.