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By Barbara Hoke. When a dyke goes into a town, she looks for a dyke bar to find her kind. The bar is to queers what the church is to Christians, the mosque to Muslims, the synagogue to Jews. More than one bar owner I interviewed for this article talked about wanting to create a place for the kids. The bar has traditionally been a great equalizer among us.
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This post is a shout out to my friend Lenn Keller in support of her latest project. She is an activist, filmmaker, historian, and community archivist. I met Lenn in while doing research for my dissertation. I came across the website for her film, A Persistent Desire, and contacted her about doing an interview. After talking with Lenn for hours on the phone, I realized that what I thought was simply a research problem was actually a larger issue: the lack of accessible archival material that documented Black lesbian lives and experiences in the United States.
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For lesbians, no equally high-profile neighborhoods exist, and the businesses that do are disappearing. In Alameda County, where Oakland has more lesbian couples per capita than any other major city in the United States, two bookstores that catered to women and lesbians have shut their doors in the past few years. This spring, two lesbian magazines headquartered in San Francisco ceased publication; the final sale of their assets was announced last week.
Throughout the year, volunteers organize social and competitive tennis events for our members, such as singles and doubles tournaments, league play, clinics, and an annual holiday party. GLTF does not discriminate based on sexual orientation or gender identity. So if you're lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or straight and you want to play tennis with one of the largest tennis organizations in the bay area, please join us on the court for the opportunity to experience some great tennis and to develop lifelong friendships!
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