List of lesbian periodicals

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A list of notable lesbian magazines, periodicals, newsletters, and journals.

Africa[edit]

South Africa[edit]

Asia and the Middle East[edit]

China[edit]

  • Les+Beijing, longest running lesbian magazine in China, 2005–2012[7]

Indonesia[edit]

  • Goya Lestari – published by group Chandra Kirana, 1993–?[8][9]

Israel[edit]

Japan[edit]

1970 to 1980

1980 to 1990

  • Eve & Eve (イブ&イブ) –[19]
  • Regumi Tsūshin (れ組通信) – Tokyo, (also known as RST, Regumi Studio Tokyo), 1985–present[13][17][20]

1990 to present

  • Aniisu (アニース) – (1996–1997, 2001–2003)[14]
  • Furiine (Phryné; フリーネ) 1995 (two issues total)[14][15]
  • Kaamira (Carmilla; カーミラ) – (2002–2005)[14][21]
  • Labrys (ラブリス) – continued by LOUD News, 1992–1995?[15]
  • LOUD News – published by "Lesbians of Undeniable Drive," 1995–2011?[22][23]
  • Misuto (ミスト/美粋) – Josei ladies comics magazine, 1996–1999[14]

Unknown date

  • Lesbian News & Views (English language journal from Japan)[24]

Korea[edit]

  • Kkiri-kkiriSeoul, newsletter of Kkiri-kkiri, now the Lesbian Counseling Center[25][26]

Lebanon[edit]

  • Bekhsoos – magazine of Meem[27]

Palestine[edit]

  • Aswat NewsletterHaifa, published by Aswat Gay Palestinian Women[28]

Philippines[edit]

  • My Femme (2009–?)[29]

Taiwan[edit]

  • Ai Fu Hao Zi Zai Bao (abbrev. "Ai-Bao") – Taiwan, 1993–?[30][31][32][33]
  • Isle Margin – Taiwan[34]
  • Lez's Meeting[35][36]
  • Nu pengyou – Taiwan, published by group Wo Men Zhi Jian, 1994–1998?[32][37]
  • Wo Men Zhi Jian Newsletter – Taiwan, 1991–1994[38]

Thailand[edit]

  • Anjareesan/Asian Lesbian Network NewsletterBangkok, published by Anjaree, 1991–?[39][40][41]

Europe[edit]

Austria[edit]

1970 to 1980

  • Lesben-Frauen-NachrichtenVienna, 1979–?[40]

1990 to present

  • Female Sequences – frauen lesben kulturHEFTig, Vienna, 1999–?[40]
  • Frauenlesben rapiditéVienna, c. 1997[40]
  • LebenszeichenVienna, 2001–?[40]
  • LILA SchriftenVienna, 1995–2001[40][42]
  • Osterreichischer LesbenrundbriefVienna, newsletter of HOSI-Lesben[43]

Belgium[edit]

Croatia[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

  • Alia – magazine of Klub Lambda[48]
  • Promluv – magazine of Promluv group[48]

Finland[edit]

France[edit]

1970 to 1980

  • Quand les Femmes s'aiment – 1978–1980[49]

1980 to 1990

  • Bulletin des Archives Lesbiennes (Archives et recherches lesbiennes)Paris, 1990[50]
  • Espaces : bulletin de liaison et d'informations entre lesbiennes radicales – Paris, 1982[51]
  • Lesbia: Revue lesbienne d'expression, d'information, d'opinionParis, 1982–present[52][49][53]
  • Vlasta: fictions/utopies amazoniennes, Paris, by the Collectif Mémoires/Utopies, 1983–1985[54][55][56]

1990 to present

Unknown date

  • Espace LesbienToulouse and the Midi-Pyrénées region, newsletter of Bagdam Espace Lesbien[60][61][62]
  • Les Lesbianaires: revue de presse[63]
  • Lesbrouffe: Voies d'EllesGrenoble, newsletter of the Association des Lesbiennes de Grenoble[64][65]
  • Penthésilée – Association des Femmes Homosexuelles Européennes (AFHE)[66]

Germany[edit]

1920 to 1970

1970 to 1980

1980 to 1990

  • Infoblatt des LesbenringKöln, c. 1984–1996?[40]
  • LESBENINFO NETZUlm, 1989–?[40]
  • Die Lesbischschwule PresseschauBerlin, 1982–?
  • TarantelBielefeld, Tarantel Kollektiv, 1980–?[40][41]

1990 to present

Unknown year

  • Archiv zur Entdeckung und Bewahrung von Frauenliebe – Spinnboden, Berlin, Archiv zur Entdeckung und Bewahrung von Frauenliebe[41]
  • Bulletin des Archives Lesbiennes[80]

Greece[edit]

Hungary[edit]

  • Dyke Magazin – 2007
  • Labrisz Lesbian Newsletter[83] – published by the Labrisz Lesbian Association, c. 1990s,[83]

Ireland[edit]

  • Gaelick – online lesbian periodical
  • LINC: Lesbians in CorkCork, c. 2001[81]

Italy[edit]

  • Bollettino cel C.L.I.Rome, paper of Centro Feminista Separatista, c. 1981–1991[84][85]
  • Towanda: appunti, spunti e spuntini lesbici – Milan, 1994[85]

Lithuania[edit]

  • SAPPHOVilnius, quarterly magazine of lesbian organization Sappho[86]

Netherlands[edit]

1970 to 1980

1980 to 1990

1990 to 2000

  • Wild Side Magazine – Amsterdam, Leiden

1990 to present

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

1980 to 1990

  • ArtemísiaPorto, feminist magazine supportive of lesbians, 1985[95]

1990 to present

  • Lesbiana – published by Grupo de mulheres da associação ILGA-Portugal, 1999[95][96]
  • LILÁSLisbon, 1993[95]
  • OrganaLisbon, first lesbian magazine in Portugal, 1991–1993?[95]
  • Zona Livre – 1997[95][97]

Romania[edit]

Russia[edit]

  • Pinx – 2006–present[98]

Serbia[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

Spain[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

1970 to 1980

1980–1990

1990–2000

2000-present

Unknown year

  • CLIT 007 – lesbian feminist magazine[112]

Turkey[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

Prior to 1970

1970 to 1980

  • Lesbians Come TogetherLondon, c. 1972[81]
  • Medusa: Journal of the Bradford Lesbian Feminist Surrealist Group – c. 1978–?[63][118]
  • MoveBristol, c 1970s-?[115]
  • SapphoLondon, newsletter of the Southwark Lesbian Network; for lesbians only, 1971–?[40][114][119]
  • Sequel: A Feminist Magazine for Isolated LesbiansLondon, c. 1979[63][118]
  • Zero: Anarcha-feminist NewsmagazineLondon, 1978–?[56]

1980 to 1990

  • Bristol Radical Lesbian Feminist Magazine 1986–1990[63]
  • Camden Lesbian Centre Newsletter/ Camden Black Lesbian Group NewsletterLondon, available in both print and cassette, 1987–1991[63][119]
  • Lesbian Information Service NewsletterLeicester, available in both print and cassette, 1987–1989,[120]
  • Lesbian InternationalLeicester, for lesbians only, available in print and cassette, 1989–1990[121][120]
  • GemmaLondon; lesbians with and without disabilities, all ages; available in print or on cassette, c.1980[118][122]
  • Gossip: A Journal of Lesbian Feminist EthicsLondon, for lesbians only; Onlywomen Press, c. 1986–?[123]
  • Lesbian Archive and Information Centre NewsletterLondon, Lesbian Archive and Information Centre (LAIC), c. 1985–?[122][124]
  • Quim Magazine: For Dykes of All Sexual PersuasionsLondon, 1989–1995, plus one issue in 2000[125]
  • Spinster: Feminist Creative Work with an Emphasis on the Work of LesbiansLondon, 1982–?[118]

After 1990

  • The AxeBradford lesbian newsletter, 1996–1997[63]
  • B.I.D (Behaviour, Identity, Desire) – online monthly magazine (99p subscription), November 2011[126]
  • crAve – bi-monthly magazine, 2008–present[127]
  • DivaLondon, 1994–present[128]
  • G3 MagazineLondon, free monthly national publication[129]
  • Lesbian LondonLondon, also released on cassette tape, 1992–1993[81]
  • Velvet[130][131]

Year unknown

Wales / Cymru[edit]

  • Cardiff Women's Liberation NewsletterCardiff, "for wimmin only", c. 1970s–1980s[133]
  • Older Lesbian Network Newsletter[133]
  • Women Come Together: Swansea Women's Liberation Newsletter – Swansea, c. 1970s[133]
  • WomenZone: Connecting lesbians across Wales – Swansea, c. 1990s

Oceania[edit]

Aotearoa/New Zealand[edit]

1970 to 1980

1980 to 1990

After 1990

  • The Laughing Medusa – lesbian literary magazine, edited by Kedy Kristal and Takoel Akuni, c. 1991–1993[88]

Australia[edit]

1970 to 1980

  • A. L. M. NewsletterMelbourne, newsletter of the Australian Lesbian Movement, c. 1971[143]
  • Blatant LesbianismSydney, c. 1978–?
  • Patchwork newsletterBrisbane, c. 1978?[144]

1980 to 1990

  • Australian Lesbian DiaryMelbourne, c. 1987[118]
  • Sage: the separatist age – Australia, lesbian separatist periodical; title was formerly Seps Down Under; "A cauldron of lesbian separatist thought dreams and visions", c. 1990–1992[141]
  • S.E.P.S. Down Under (Newsletter of Separatists Eroding Patriarch Sincerely)Waucope, c. 1989[118]
  • Wicked Women – Australia – 1988–1993[145]

1990 to 2000

2000 to present

Year unknown

South America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Brazil[edit]

Chile[edit]

  • AmazonasChile[160]
  • BaruyeraChile, Colectiva Lésbica Mafalda[160]
  • Hilando DestinosChile, published by the Colectiva Lésbica feminista Moiras[160]
  • LazosChile[160]
  • Montedevenus: Mujeres que aman Mujeres – online magazine[165]
  • Rompiendo el Silencio[166][167]

Peru[edit]

  • otro lado de la luna[168]

North America[edit]

Canada[edit]

1970 to 1980

1980 to 1990

1990 to 2000

  • Au-dela de l'invisibilite: le bulletin de la Collective LesbienneOttawa, Ontario, published by the Collective Lesbienne, c. 1998[171]
  • Chicklist: Proudly Peddling Chick Power, Pleasure and PolemicToronto, published by the Pink Triangle Press, c. 1997[163]
  • Gazelle: le magazine des lesbiennesMontreal, Quebec, 1992–?[188]
  • Limbo: Lesbian Bi-Monthly MagazineLondon, Ontario, published by Limbo, 1999[81]
  • SamiYoni: a ioumal for lesbians of South Asian DescentToronto, 1993–1994[41]
  • Sensible Shoes News: The Newsletter of Saskatchewan's Lesbian Communities – Regina, mid-1990s[190]
  • SirenToronto, Ontario, "Irresistibly tempting, for lesbians", 1995–2004[188]
  • Voices for Lesbian Survival: By and For LesbiansKenora, Ontario, published by the Voices Collective, c. 1995[191]

After 2000

Mexico[edit]

  • Amantes de la Luna – CIDHOM – Mexico City, 1994–?[194][195]
  • Amazona – Mexico, published by Colectivo de Lesbianas del F H A R, (Frente Homosexual de Accion Revolucionaria), c.1979 (Coordinadora Lesbica)[196][197]
  • Del otro lado – magazine of Grupo de Madres Lesbianas 2, c. 1996[195]
  • HIMEN FanzineMexico City, published by Colectiva HIMEN[198]
  • Les Voz, Mexico's lesbian feminist magazine- Mexico, 1994–present[199]

United States[edit]

See also[edit]

Lesbian[edit]

LGBT[edit]

References[edit]

Sources[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Garber, Linda (1993). Lesbian Sources: A Bibliography of Periodical Articles, 1970–1990. Routledge 1993. ISBN 0-8153-0782-9.
  • Horn, Sandy (1990). Gaia's guide 1990: Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, U.S.A., Canada, Mexico. ISBN 978-0-947922-02-3.
  • Hurley, Michael (1996). A Guide to Gay and Lesbian Writing in Australia. Allen & Unwin Publishing. ISBN 1-86373-951-3.
  • Zimmerman, Bonnie (2013). Encyclopedia of Lesbian Histories and Cultures. Routledge. ISBN 9781136787515.

Articles[edit]

  • Whitt, Jan. A "Labor from the Heart": Lesbian Magazines from 1947–1994, Journal of Lesbian Studies, vol5, Issue 1/2, Haworth Press, 2001
  • Miller, Alan V. (2003). "Our Own Voices: Lesbian and Gay Periodicals 1890s-2000s". The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives. Archived from the original on 26 July 2009.
  • Parkinson, Phil (2003). "Serials List". Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ). Retrieved 14 February 2018.

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