Well, obviously the blog since chickens can't even read, which is a shame because I think they'd really enjoy DIVA. Anyway, out there nesting in the mass vortex of the inter-web lies a stack of blogs for sexualities of every shade, layered with tons of photos, advice, funny stories and videos. I can't pretend to know every single one ever made, but I can show you what I do know and most of them are from Tumblr because tumblr is the queer woman's playground.
Effingdykes Effingdykes is your gateway to a personal blog following the day-to-day trials and tribulations of Krista Burton, in a comedic style with pictures. Krista blogs about her life and gives advice.
You wanna know how to be good in bed? Well, allow Krista to tell you. Girlswholikegirls I discovered this blog surprisingly not through my insistent tumblr use when I got a text saying "Hey, is this you?! Lesbianfilms Are you tired of relentless Google searches and misrepresented films about homosexuality? Well fear not, close Google, open up this tab and take your pick Adorable Couples As a single lesbian, this blog has given me issues: The Lesbian Guide The title speaks for itself - this is probably one of the best lesbian blogs out there.
Your guide to all things girl-on-girl. Advice, photos, videos, humour, sarcasm, Ellen gifs, queer women aplenty. Seriously, anything you need to know will probably be on that Tumblr blog.
Femme fashion Fancy a girl with lipstick and an eye for dresses and all things girly? Or do you just want fashion tips while staring at pretty girls? Fitforafemme is for you. Not just for clothes but a hub for food, drink, perfume, travel and much more.
Sartorial Butch The opposite of Fitforafemme, say hello to butch styles from ties to shoes. She's got your back. Modellesbians Let's all appreciate the utter beauty of the photos on this blog. Tumblr makes me forget about my LIFE. Card Carrying Lesbian And to finish off this ensemble of blogs mainly filled with pictures and sometimes captions: Sasha has been running CCL for around 5 years now and this blog has been deemed a "hub of all things lesbianic". Clicking your way around the many posts you can see her transformation as she's grown and learnt from past mistakes, like we all do, but what separates her from us is she documents them for our entertainment.
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