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Quim magazine
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lesbianfilms:

Title: Stud LifeYear: 2012Language: UK (English)Plot: JJ identifies as a ‘stud’ lesbian who works as a diverse wedding photographer with her male and gay best friend Seb. When she meets and falls for the provocative ‘femme’ Elle, JJ has trouble juggling the two as well as their potential baggage. 
Basic Review:
This film made me really happy!!
Finally an honest representation of the ‘stud’ lesbian which is often stereotyped or avoided in many lesbian films.
Seeing her personal weaknesses and strengths as they intertwine with the compatibility between herself and her new lover was a new and interesting perspective.
The actors are fantastic and portray a beautiful and believable story which keeps you engaged through each scene. You really connect with JJ and the other characters as they struggle to find who they are, what they want and who they want to be with.
This was a feel good movie about a lesbian with a happy ending.
*Recommended by: Netflix
lesbianfilms:

Title: Stud LifeYear: 2012Language: UK (English)Plot: JJ identifies as a ‘stud’ lesbian who works as a diverse wedding photographer with her male and gay best friend Seb. When she meets and falls for the provocative ‘femme’ Elle, JJ has trouble juggling the two as well as their potential baggage. 
Basic Review:
This film made me really happy!!
Finally an honest representation of the ‘stud’ lesbian which is often stereotyped or avoided in many lesbian films.
Seeing her personal weaknesses and strengths as they intertwine with the compatibility between herself and her new lover was a new and interesting perspective.
The actors are fantastic and portray a beautiful and believable story which keeps you engaged through each scene. You really connect with JJ and the other characters as they struggle to find who they are, what they want and who they want to be with.
This was a feel good movie about a lesbian with a happy ending.
*Recommended by: Netflix
Lost Womyn's Space
A Prisão (1980)
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Issue 2, 1991. Music… read for credits.
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Issue 2, 1991. Drawing the Invisible Line. Article by Sophie Moorcock. Interview with Linda Devo.
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Issue 2, 1991. Photos by Laurence.
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Issue 2, 1991. Writing on left page by Jane Campbell, photo by Tessa Boffin. Photo on right by Laurence.
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Issue 2, 1991. Illustration by Vita Russell. Photo by Laurence.
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an article Sophie & I wrote for Flirt! magazine in 1997.
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