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  • n. Plural form of Lesbian.


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  • "In the United States, the "L" word means 'Lesbians' -- but it also means 'Less' rights."


  • Because I'd already heard BareNakedLadies, I expect a band called Lesbians on Ecstasy to be a bunch of fat, white men, but - joy of joys!

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  • Banda saw an advertisement in a newspaper for a new organisation called Lesbians, Gays and Transgenders, or Legatra.

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  • In 1999, in an essay called Lesbians On Horseback, I'd slated both bisexuals and an even less committed group of woman I termed the

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  • Savvy Sasha's claim to fame is appearing on RAW as one of the "Lesbians" in the famous "HLA Segment".

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  • The Chians and the Lesbians were the only members of Athens’ empire still contributing ships and men rather than money to the alliance.


  • 'Lesbians' were so named in the early eighteenth century, a century and more before the invention of the word 'homosexual', but the activities of women did not excite so much public emotion as those of men, and it was the new visibility of gay men which provoked periodic purges and moral panics in both cities -- no wonder the Societies for the Reformation of Manners were such urgent causes.

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  • The L Word, especially in an episode entitled Lesbians Gone Wild ") is also in negotiations to appear next season. - UnderGroundOnline

  • She reels off a checklist of her ambitions for Lip Service: Lesbians are under-represented on TV.

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  • Lesbians also felt there is was far too little coverage of gay female characters.

    One in five unhappy with portrayal of homosexuality on TV, report claims


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