|Type||Organization for lesbians with disabilities|
|Purpose||Social networking, Support group|
The organization was founded by members of lesbian organization Sappho and mixed organization Campaign for Homosexual Equality, including Elsa Beckett. Gemma's member newsletter was published in regular print, in braille as well as cassette format.
In her essay Unearthing Our Past: Engaging with Diversity at the Museum of London, Raminder Kaur describes a leaflet promoting the activities of Gemma, which is a part of the Museum of London collection, as "crucial to exploring the theme of multiple identities or difference within difference".
- Beckett, Elsa (1988). Inventing Ourselves. Routledge. pp. 68–9. ISBN 0-415-02959-7.
- Horn, Sandy. Gaia's guide 1990: Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, U.S.A., Canada, Mexico, 1990, ISBN 0-947922-02-4 p112
- Australia Lesbian & Gay Archives Archived October 4, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
- Kaur, Raminder. Unearthing Our Past: Engaging with Diversity at the Museum of London accessed Feb 5,2012 http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/Collections-Research/Research/Your-Research/RWWC/Essays/Essay1/KaurEssay8.htm
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