Get the L Out at Pride in London Parade (U.K.) @PrideinLondon #GetTheLOut

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On July 7, 2018, “a group of lesbian and feminist individuals and organisations, opposing the increasingly anti-lesbian and misogynistic LGBT movement and the erasure of lesbians” called Get the L Out protested and marched in the Pride in London Parade. Continue reading

Vanna Belton and ‪@FlavorBaltimore ‬

Vanna Belton

Vanna Belton is an owner of Flavor, a restaurant and bar that caters to lesbians in Baltimore. She apparently claims to have worked to get a woman fired for marching at Baltimore Pride while carrying a sign Belton does not like. Below is a message she allegedly sent to a member of the Bmore Queer Facebook group, a cesspool of garbage. We redacted information that could be used to harass a woman who exercised her right to free speech. Continue reading

Alysha Davila

Alysha Davila (Xochi Mochi) is a woman involved with a man who wants lesbians to die for rejecting her political beliefs. This post appears in Bmore Queer, a Facebook group in which non-gay people regularly post stuff like this.

Davila is upset that lesbians marched at Baltimore Pride carrying signs she didn’t like. We redacted the names of the women from this post. Continue reading

Baltimore Pride 2018 @radfemradio (USA)

On June 16, three women marched in the Baltimore Pride Parade near Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh carrying signs that read “Dykes Don’t Like Dick,” “Woman is Not a Feeling,” and “Lesbian Not Queer,” among others. They were identified Sunday night by individuals who recognized them marching in the parade. Also, at least one of the women claimed credit on her Instagram page. Continue reading