LGBTQIA women and non-binary people are becoming increasingly visible, with politicians, media stars, authors and business leaders all demonstrating that determination and talent can overcome prejudice.
Lesbian Visibility Week was founded by DIVA Publisher Linda Riley to celebrate and spotlight lesbians as well as all LGBTQIA women and non-binary people. This year marks the fourth annual observation and there have already been some great highlights such as the cast of The L Word being invited to the White House and the release of the annual DIVA Power List and DIVA survey. And of course, we cannot wait for tonight’s LSEG DIVA Awards.
Also featuring the DIVA Power List, an interview with Liv Little and tips on how to date a drag king.
Celebrating the Courage and Resilience of LGBTQIA Women One of the most inspiring aspects of women and non-binary people is their ability to create communities of support and solidarity. Whether [….]
A joint project pioneered by the international DIVA media group, A Tech, Room Of Our Own association in collaboration with Transiot Israel and Bat Kol invites you to nominate and celebrate the most influential lesbians in Israel.
Don’t make the lazy assumption that LGBTQIA women and non-binary people in sports have it easy, and work with us to inspire the next generations of us to find joy in sport.
Their survey had responses from over 2000 LGBTQIA women and non-binary people across the world.