The Carly Allen Trilogy is composed of a series of three books titled: Burn Before Reading, I Didn‘t Start The Fire, Burn After Reading. They follow the life of a young lesbian in her last year of high school to college and her new love. Just handing over a complicated break-up, Carly is ready to move on.
You would think this trilogy of books is aimed at a teenage audience, but not at all! Yes, queer teenage girls will love the Carly Allen Trilogy. But if you are over 30 years old, or if you are not necessarily interested by fiction for young LGBTQ adults, you will also be captivated by the story written by author Tina Kakadelis.
The Carly Allen Trilogy is exciting. We always wonder what’s going to happen. It is both a touching and amusing lesbian romance. We fall in love with the characters who are lovely and the author has described their feelings perfectly.
Besides, I leave you in the company of the author, Tina Kakadelis, who is so kind as to share with us what led her to write this story.
Cartoon series Steven Universe featured a proposal between two women in episode five entitled "The Question".
Imagine that you live in Russia and that you are not free to be yourself. Imagine that you met on the internet a beautiful Canadian named Meg. You are planning to meet for real in Ukraine hoping this love story will work.
You secretly plan your escape from Russia without knowing you will need the courage to escape from your family, then from the police, and that you will have to cross the Pacific Ocean by boat to reach Canada to live this love.
This story is not a fiction, it is Elena’s story she tells in the book “Talking to the Moon”.
It’s an incredible, unimaginable and extraordinary lesbian love story.
Normally, the constitution of Montana must grant equality of treatment for all people so for gays and lesbians also. Based on this, ACLU will defend Mary Anne Guggenheim and her partner of 27 years, Jan Donaldson.
My girlfriend thinks she is always right even when she is clearly incorrect. She has to have the last word on everything. I used to think it was cute, but I’m beginning to find it overbearing. I usually go along with her to save trouble but I feel like I’m losing myself. We have been together for 7 years, and I have no intention of leaving her, ever. How can I change the communication pattern and get her to have more of a give and take attitude about life?
Our screencaps recaps of "The Real L Word" are back for season 3 and so here's the first episode they decided to call, for some reason that escapes me, "apples and oranges" and I prefer to call it "two surprises and a banana" because yes, there is a banana.
I thought my lover and I would be together forever, (so far 10 years.) She recently asked me to marry her again. Last week she left me while I was at work. The night before we made passionate love until midnight when she asked me to make her a favorite meal in spite of me having to be at work 7 AM the next day. While I was at work she called three times and begged me to come home early. When I arrived home that evening I thought we had been robbed, then I realized that only her stuff was missing. She left me an eight-page letter telling me how much she loved me, was in love with me, and wanted to remain monogamous. I don’t believe her but I desperately want her back. I am confused, angry, and I need some advice, the pain is incredible and I’m not sure how to proceed.