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Monday 29 April 2013

Up & Coming LGBT Music: Myah Evans

As always, we have some great LGBT music for you here on All Things Lesbian.

This time it comes from Myah Evans, the YouTube sensation who is only 18 years of age!

Starting off covering popular songs on YouTube, Myah began gaining many views, and great feedback. She then set out to write and produce her debut EP, “Familiar Things,” which was released on Christmas Day 2012. Through the release of the EP, Myah has captured the ears of many with her soulful voice and impactful lyrics. She has had the opportunity to take those songs on the road to perform in not only Indianapolis, but also in Chicago, and she has opened for American Idol's Josiah Leming. 
One official music video has been produced, being her song, “Brittle Bones,” which is featured on “Familiar Things.” Attached below is her EP, her “Brittle Bones” music video, and Myah performing her original song, “Quest Song” live. Check her links out, and let us know what you think. 
Watch Myah's first official video right here!

What a gorgeous voice, right?

You can follow Myah's upcoming events at the following sites:



Saturday 27 April 2013

Lesbian Web Series "Easy Abby", Episode 10

Recently we have realized how many of you ladies love lesbian web series, Easy Abby.

What's so different about Easy Abby to other LGBT web series?

See for yourselves!

Watch the newest episode of Easy Abby right here, on All Things Lesbian!

Did you miss the first 9 episodes and need to catch up?

Follow this link to see more!:

Friday 26 April 2013

Up & Coming Lesbian Music: Diana Meyer

You love gorgeous, boyish lesbians, right?

You love it when gorgeous, boyish lesbian make music, RIGHT?

Well then we have something awesome for you here.

Check out the brand new single by Diana Meyer, complete with appropriately lesbian music video right here, on All Things Lesbian.

What do you think? Fun, right?!

Wednesday 24 April 2013

New Hunter Valentine Single & Tour!

(New York, NY) – Cyndi Lauper recently announced the She’s So Unusual Tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her groundbreaking debut album. During the 23-date tour, which will kick off June 12th at Humphrey’s in San Diego, CA and wrap up July 13th at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, CT, Lauper will perform the record-setting album in its entirety and will be joined on select dates by special guests Hunter Valentine. 

Hunter Valentine who caught the attention of  Lauper a while ago, was previously invited to join her on two consecutive True Colors tours alongside Margaret Cho, Debbie Harris, Erasure, The Gossip and The Indigo Girls to name a few. This summer they will officially open for the pop icon who commemorates three decades of music career.

In the meantime, the band just released a brand new music video for their new single dubbed "The Pulse".

Monday 22 April 2013

The Dinah 2013: Catch Up with Your Favourite Celesbians

It may over, but you might have missed this one!

Check out the video below, starring Uh Huh Her, Fortune Feimster (Chelsea Lately), Jessica Clark (True Blood), and more!

On the red carpet at Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend 2013 "Monte Carlo" Party in Palm Springs, CA.Featuring exclusive interviews with Karmin, Uh huh Her, Fortune Feimster, Julie Goldman, Jessica Clark,  The cast of The Real L Word, Katy Tiz and so many more. Held on Saturday, April6, 2013, The Monte Carlo Party at The Dinah introduced for the first time ever an exclusive “Celebrity Poker Tournament” with all proceeds going to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC). Celebrities who joined the poker tables included Fortune Feimster ("Chelsea Lately"), Jessica Clark ("True Blood), Lauren Bedford Russell, Kiyomi McCloskey of The Real L Word, as well as Julie Goldman and Brandy Howard of "Gay Street Therapy" and Jill Bennett ("Second Shot"), among many others. 
Pop sensation KARMIN headlined Club Skirts’ “Monte Carlo” Party performing their current single “Hello” as well as their infectious summer chart-topping radio hit “Brokenhearted”. The American pop duo, comprised of engaged couple Amy Heidemann and Nick Louis Noonan, were named Rolling Stone’s winner in their annual Women who Rock contest, and Heidemann was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine. 
Showcasing her sensational voice and flare, Leah LaBelle delivered a variety of songs from her new album (due out this year) including the hit single “Sexify” and her new track “Lolita”, produced by Pharrell Williams. No stranger to the music industry, Labelle was a contestant on the 3rd season of American Idol, bowing out at a respectable 12th position.  While she certainly made her marks on the TV show, it was her YouTube videos that made her an overnight phenomenon. As a result she landed gigs singing backup for such artists as Jordin Sparks, The Jonas Brothers, Eric Benet and Britney Spears. Held April 3-April 7, 2013 in Palm Springs, CA, Club Skirts Dinah Shore – the original Dinah Shore Weekend - enjoyed stratospheric success, proving to be the biggest it's ever been!

Saturday 20 April 2013

Dinah 2013: What Happened When the Guests Arrived?

Did you miss Dinah this year?

Did you go to Dinah this year but you miss it already?

Want to check out some hot ladies getting the Dinah from all parts of the globe?

Well we have a treat for you right here!

So, 2014? Who's gonna be there?!

Stay tuned for another awesome video with some of the hottest, talented celesbians from Dinah this year!

Thursday 18 April 2013

Up & Coming Lesbian Web Series: In The Deep!

Love the British? Love lesbians? Love British lesbians? Then this one's for you.

The Brits are coming! DreamCoat Productions presents In The Deep.

London, UK – DCP presents In The Deep, which stars Luke Wilson, Zebulun Delisser, Denver Issac, Olu Ubadike, Gareth Andrews and featuring Damilola Fashola, Nozomi Orlando and Mark Massett. More info can also be found on
DCP is proud to bring In The Deep a web drama series about four fun­loving best friends who live in the heart of London’s vibrant East End, each harbouring secrets of their own.This is not just another queer web drama series, it’s a story about people, their loves, lives and lies. Ade is stuck between two worlds, British­-Nigerian and gay. He lives a double life, hiding his relationships on both ends; Emilia has the confusing ‘thing’ with Riley, her straight best friend who also has a boyfriend. Wesley is struggling to decide whether to fight for love or let someone else sweep him off his feet. Rene realises that he finally has to grow up. 
The show’s creators see this as bringing something new and different online to a community that up until now did not have their story being told in the same light. This is a fun and light­hearted drama with real characters and real people, shot in a way that is not seen online, therefore raising the bar in terms of production quality. So the first two episodes were shot through the help of people who have worked on films like Prometheus, World War Z, Jack the Giant Slayer and X­Men: First Class, but they believe in this project that they’ve given their time for free, and now we are doing a fundraising campaign to help fund the rest of the production in terms of equipment, locations and post­-production. 
In The Deep was created and written by Joseph Adesunloye and Joy Gharoro ­Akpojotor. The episodes are directed by Joseph Adesunloye and Vins Blake, with Canadian director Sarah Warren slated to come on board to direct episodes further down the line. 
Check out the first episodes: / More info on our fundraising campaign:­the­deep­web­series/x/2492735.
The second episode will be available online by the end of the week, however it will be
password protected but sent to you for your viewing pleasure.

Tuesday 16 April 2013

Not So Straight Campaign

Want to support an awesome cause and look super gay doing it?

Well boy, do we have the charity for you.

Get one of these:

At this website: for only $15!

But hurry! You only have 13 more days to do it and 10% of the profits go to the Trevor Project, which works to look into preventing LGBTQ youth suicide!

To find out more about the charity, go to

Monday 15 April 2013

Eden Pride Announces Official Sponsors

DEN welcomes the Bay Area Reporter and BARtab as Official Media Sponsors for EDEN Pride Weekend San Francisco

(San Francisco, Calif. - April 9, 2013) EDEN Pride Events is proud to welcome the U.S. longest running LGBT newspaper, the Bay Area and its monthly nightlife guide, as EDEN Pride Weekend San Francisco's newest media sponsor.

The B.A.R. has been informing San Francisco Bay Area LGBTs about what's happening in their community and telling their stories for more than 40 years. 

The LN is the U.S.'s longest running lesbian magazine that has been informing the lesbian community nationwide for nearly 30 years. Yesterday, the LN moved into the 21st century with its announcement that the magazine is now available on iPad with its new app 

EDEN Pride Events is proud to welcome B.A.R. and BARtab as media sponsors this year. We are particularly excited about having two of the U.S.'s longest running and respected LGBT publications, the B.A.R. and the Lesbian, sponsor us this year. 

"This is an historic and humbling experience for me and the entire EDEN team. We are so very grateful to have the support of these two powerhouses in media," said Christine De La Rosa, founder and producer of EDEN Pride Events. "The additions of these two giants as EDEN's media sponsors are amazing and wonderful!" 

Michael Yamashita, general manager of the B.A.R., is pleased to support the LGBT community's sisters at EDEN Pride Weekend San Francisco during San Francisco Pride's celebrations. 

"[The] Bay Area Reporter is pleased to be the exclusive San Francisco Bay Area LGBT media partner of Eden Pride Weekend 2013," said Michael Yamashita, general manager of the B.A.R. "As the Bay Area's - and America's - oldest, best-read LGBT publication, we are proud to support our sisters, as well as all other members of our community." 

"Pride is an occasion to celebrate our achievements and diversity as we move forward together," he added. 

Ella Matthes, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Lesbian News, agreed adding that she's honored to support LGBTQ youth through the EDEN LGBTQ Youth Foundation 

"This is our future generation," said Matthes. 

"To be able to sponsor the all-women four-day party during the San Francisco Pride Weekend is a huge gift to our community from EDEN," she continued. "We feel great about sponsoring this event to support EDEN." 

Watch for the latest news about EDEN's entertainment and events at anyone of these media sponsors who will have the latest news first. 

On the go? EDEN Pride Weekend San Francisco goers will be able to click on EDEN's ad using the new LN app on their mobile devices to instantly access all that is happening during EDEN Pride Weekend San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose and Oakland. 

EDEN also welcomes back Sweet Tooth Media, as an EDEN Media Sponsor. 

EDEN is proud to be working with this year's media sponsors and official bloggers as they help spread the word about EDEN Pride Weekend San Francisco (June 27 - 30) and our other events in Sacramento (June 14th - June 16th), San Jose (August 16th - August 18th) and fiveTEN Oakland Pride (August 30th - September 1st).

Saturday 6 April 2013

Now Available: Kiss Her, I'm Famous!

Remember not so long ago we interviewed the wonderfully humorous director of new lesbian web series, Kiss Her I'm Famous? (Click THIS if you missed it.)

Well, good news! The web series is now available.

There's a new celebrity sex tape that has become the latest Hollywood heat!

San Francisco based award-winning out filmmaker Rolla Selbak kicks off season 1 of her newest project, the web series dubbed “Kiss Her I’m Famous”, premiering the first two episodes online via

Starring The Real L-Word’s Tracy Ryerson and Ilea Matthews (The Violent Kind), and featuring Rizwan Manji (Outsourced), "Kiss Her I'm Famous", follows two down-and-out best friends who look for fame in all the wrong places. 

At a time where gratuity and fake publicity seems to be able to catapult just about anyone who knows how to press "record" on a camcorder into the spotlight, “Kiss Her I’m Famous” is a nod to the sex tape culture that catapulted the careers of Paris Hilton , Kim Kardashian (and many other celebrities) into the stratosphere.

A web series that satirizes the booming business of the sex tape madness, and how celebrity wannabes utilizes their home movies as a ticket to greater stardom and a major payday.  Kiss Her I’m Famous follows two hilarious and clueless characters as they aim to create a celebrity sex tape that launches them into fame.

Watch the series at!

Thursday 4 April 2013

Could YOU be a Real L Word Star?

Don't lie, The Real L Word on Showtime is your guilty pleasure.

If you say you've never watched it, let's face it, you're probably lying.

But have you ever thought to yourself "my friends and I would be GREAT on this show!"?

Well, we have good news.

The L Word creator, Ilene Chaiken and her production team, Magical Elvesare looking for lesbians with important and compelling stories to tell for a documentary-approach to lesbian life beyond the coasts.  The project will focus on the experience of living as a lesbian in areas throughout the country where non-acceptance is still the norm.

Ms. Chaiken and her team are currently casting for the project.

All the casting information can be found at, including a little more about the project and what to include in submissions.

So, do you think you have what it takes? Do you want your story to be shared with the world?

As far as we understand, this offer is only available to those of you living in the United States.

Get over to the website above and try your luck!

Tuesday 2 April 2013

Interview w/ Out Lesbian Author, Kiki Archer

Remember when we reviewed that pretty great lesbian novel for you? (Click HERE if you don't!)

Well look who's back with a brand new book: its Kiki Archer herself.

Check out our interview with here and get all the latest gossip, right here on All Things Lesbian.

All Things Lesbian: You write primarily lesbian-orientated fiction. Can you give us some clues as to what your new book is about without giving too much away?

Kiki Archer: My new novel is called “Binding Devotion”. (Click HERE for the book trailer!)

So basically the novel is about love, betrayal, commitment and sex, with the central plot focusing on the question: “What’s more important … the bond of marriage or the pull of desire?”

Terry Baker is the top UK lesbian fiction reviewer and this is what she had to say about “Binding Devotion” :

It has also been reviewed by the popular Planet London girls HERE.

ATL: Lesbian fiction is unfortunately not very prevalent in today's climate. What do you think our authors and the LGBT community can do to push it into the limelight?

KA: The lesbian fiction genre is thriving amongst lesbians, or at least that seems to be the case in the UK. I write for lesbians. I know that many of my straight family and friends have read my books and enjoyed them, but it is not important to me to actively try and ‘widen’ my readership. The lesbian community are very loyal and the support that I have received has been absolutely fantastic. 

If my novels were to soar up the general romance chart then obviously I would be overjoyed, but ‘generally’ I think straight women, who enjoy chick lit, prefer reading about handsome men and strapping hunks, as opposed to same sex female relationships. BUT, that being said, I do get a lot of messages from ‘straight’ women who have chosen to buy my lesbian fiction books, read them, enjoy them, and then contact me to ‘discuss’ them further. (Obviously all behind their male partners backs. LOL)

ATL: Why do you choose to focus on the lives of lesbians in your writing?

KA: I choose to focus on the lives of lesbians because I’m living the life of a lesbian. It’s what I know and it’s what comes naturally to me. I enjoy using experiences that I've had and emotions that I've felt in my writing, and it just so happens that my experiences and emotions mostly involve women. I wouldn't want to write a love story about a heroine falling passionately in love with the handsome hero, as I have absolutely no idea what that feels like!
ATL: Do you have any future publications coming up?

KA: I am currently working on a couple of short stories that will be included in lesbian fiction anthologies this year, and I am in the planning stages with my new novel. My first two books “But She Is My Student” and “Instigations” were very light hearted easy read chick lit novels. “Binding Devotion” handled some deeper topics and emotions, and I think my new novel will be a happy balance in between. I love writing funny, laugh out loud romances, but it is also important to me that I include poignant issues that make you think about, or question, your own views and beliefs.

ATL: We know you're passionate about the same-sex marriage debates which are currently a hot topic in the US and the UK. If you had to create a PSA of sorts for undecided voters, how would you persuade them to vote in favour of equal marriage?

KA: I would show them this short video that I made: CLICK!

After they watched it I would ask them to tell me why they thought they had the right to judge my life as less worthy than theirs. Why they thought they had the right to say my life was not as valuable as theirs. Why they should even dare to think they can ‘vote’ on my life. I am equal, as are all LGBT people in this world that we share, equally, together.