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WHAT MADE YOU START
My friend told me I’d love it.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU
BEEN A READER?
PRINT OR DIGITAL?
WHAT DO YOU LIKE BEST
The advice articles—they
are always so engaging and
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE
TO SEE MORE OF?
Content aimed towards, and
about, younger women like
HOW MANY PEOPLE
READ YOUR COPY?
WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR
COPY WHEN YOU’VE
Add it to the collection!
WHO WOULD YOU PUT
ON THE COVER AND
Michelle Heyman because
she is the best (and STUN-
TEGAN & SARA FOREVER
Your cover story, [The Evolving Vision of Tegan & Sara,
from Issue 312], was epic and brilliant! It even had a cou-
ple surprises for a dyke-hard fan like me. I am so over
the people who bitch and moan about T&S selling out
etc. I, for one, am so thankful that we have successful
musicians who we can call our own and who aren’t some
YouTube one hit wonder just trying to cash in. They have
paid their dues, and they are here to say, and they are so
very talented and real—so deal with it.
Abby Ford, Avalon, NSW
KUDOS FOR ASIAN VISIBILITY
I am a 36 -year-old ABC (Australian Born Chinese) les-
bian who is still having issues about coming out to my
parents. It’s not just the gay thing. It’s also the sex thing,
because Chinese people don’t talk about sex, and to co-
meout is to bring up your sex life. Hopefully it will move
me a step forward. Gay marriage is not yet legal, but,
perhaps when it is, I can come out, because although
the Chinese do not understand being gay, they do un-
derstand marriage. Thank you for putting Asian visibility
in the magazine. We need more of it. As a group we are
P.L Sydney, NSW
BREAST CANCER CARERS—INFORMA-
I would love to see some health-related articles or ad-
vice on breast cancer specifically related to lesbians.
My wife was recently diagnosed and I am feeling kind of
swamped and at a loss as to what to do. Is there any sup-
port out there for those who are doing the supporting?
Po Box 1099
Darlinghurst NSW 1300
I trust our doctor but I would like to be better informed.
I really enjoy reading LOTL magazine. My spouse (who is
female) brings them home for me as a treat! In addition
to the interesting articles, it’s so fun to see myself reflect-
ed in the queer ads. However, it kind of hurtsmy feelings
when I see somuch bisexual invisibility throughout the
pages. For Pete’s sake, even on the cover it says LESBIAN
magazine under the word LOTL. Could that maybe be
changed to queer? Or some other less exclusionary
word? I am happily married to a woman,but I am not a
lesbian. I ’m bisexual. I think there are others out there like
me who enjoy this magazine but don’t feel great about
being rendered invisible.
Susan Pearce, via email.
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