Five good and gay things that happened this week: 10/19-10/25

Happy Friday, here’s something to start the weekend off right.

San Francisco’s lesbian history gets told in a new play. The Daughters by Patricia Cotter is playing now through November 2nd at the San Francisco Playhouse. The first act focuses on the start of the lesbian organization, the Daughter of Bilitis, and the second takes place decades later on the eve of the shuttering of SF’s last lesbian bar, The Lexington.

The L Word: Generation Q gifts us with a new trailer. We get more of a taste of the new L Word, and it’s delish.

Source: Glamour Magazine

Megan Rapinoe in Glamour. 2019 is definitely the year of Rapinoe, and the lesbian soccer star is using her fame to fight for change within the game and beyond.

LatinX Queer singer San Cha  releases her first full length album La Luz de la Esperanza today. If you aren’t already familiar with very cool and talented San Cha, you can catch her on Season 2 of Vida. The album which is described as “telenovela ranchera music meets lesbian love story” is now available wherever you buy and stream music.

Source: Seventeen movie

Newfest is in full swing. The 31st New York LGBTQ Film Festival, also called Newfest, kicked off this Wednesday and continues through the 29th. It features films like the doc All We’ve Got, about disappearing spaces for queer women, Holy Trinity about a queer dominatrix who after a bad trip can see the dead, and lesbian coming-of-age story, Seventeen.

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