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LSTW Mag – Calling all rural queers!

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In the next issue of LSTW, we’ll be featuring a story about LGBTQ+ visibility in rural Canada.

Do you know any queer women living outside urban centres who would like to participate? Let us know by reaching out to editorial@lezspreadtheword.com!

LSTW is a bilingual print magazine published annually. An exploration of Canada’s lesbian communities from coast to coast to coast, it’s an intimate portrait of the authentic and the diverse.

Working from the principle that it is more than necessary to broaden access to LGBTQ+ communities and give them more visibility, LSTW aims to celebrate Canadian role models, promote diversity and shine a spotlight on lesbian culture in a way that has never been seen before.

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