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Queer Forty editor-in-chief moderates panel for Lesbian Visibility Day

What the L is a new online panel that celebrates lesbian identity in a time of change.

On April 26 at 7 pm ET, to mark Lesbian Visibility Day, NCLR, the National LGBTQ Task Force, and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) will co-host a panel, “What the L? Lesbians, Feminism and Where We Fit in the Queer Universe in 2021.” 

On this year’s Lesbian Visibility Day, join a diverse panel of queer women to talk about topics that range from the paradox of lesbian visibility vs. lesbian erasure to gender-critical and anti-trans sentiment in the lesbian community to the role feminism is playing in the larger queer movement.

Moderator: Merryn Johns, longtime editor of Curve Magazine, now Editor in Chief at Queerforty.com, was pleased to be invited to chair the panel discussion.

Panelists:

Urvashi Vaid, The Vaid Group President
Alise Maxie, HRC Youth Ambassador
Charlotte Clymer, Catholics for Choice Director of Communications & Strategy

With a special introductory message from: Imani Rupert-Gordon, NCLR Executive Director
Ashawnda Fleming, National LGBTQ Task Force Development Director
Ellen Kahn, HRCSenior Director, Programs and Partnerships

Co-Produced by: NCLR, Human Rights Campaign, and the National LGBTQ Task Force

April 26 at 7pm ET / 4pm PT: What the L? Lesbians, Feminism and Where We Fit in the Queer Universe in 2021.

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