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Feature: Five famous women that history outed as lesbians

  • Pet

    Is this piece a VERY late April fools’ day? If not, where’s the list?

    • Steven Gregory

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      there is one more bar that reads “Pages: Next Page”

  • Millie

    You have to click “Next Page” at the bottom for each one :-)

    • Paula Thomas

      Sorry. But where is ‘next page’? Can’t find it!!!!

      • atalanta

        It’s below the Facebook and Twitter links. You have to go… all the way down ;)

        • Balance

          No, it’s ABOVE the Facebook and Twitter links (unless they’ve moved it since then)

  • Debra

    I can’t find ‘next page’ either

  • Lisa Jennings

    Great little read.

  • Guest

    What a remarkably crappy layout. If you still can’t find where the story goes, here is where to find the “Next page” link:

    • Steven Gregory

      And of course the photo won’t post:

    • Sevrin Caswell

      Agreed, multiple page articles are waste of time, and a relic of dial up internet!

  • Elizabeth Veldon

    some of those women where bisexuals actually.

    so, yea, biphobia again…

    • Rehan

      Yes, though it would be interesting to know the degree to which they’d have been so if it’d have been possible to live independently as a single woman or in a female couple. The Queen of France, for example, wasn’t really given much choice in the matter (and incidentally, I think it’s mistaken to describe her as having ‘fervently remained a virgin’ since it was more a matter of her husband being unable to perform as expected).

      • Elizabeth Veldon

        possibly so but, for instance, virginia wolfe had every opportunity as she lived in a sexualy open community of artists

        • Rehan

          True, the Woolfs appear to have had a pretty satisfactory marriage. But even among the Bloomsberries there wasn’t really that much scope for women to live in couples, was there? At least I can’t think of any who did, offhand.

  • josotho

    I would have had Sappho somewhere, just to make it feel more than a look at the last 200 years…

  • Lady Tanya

    i got told off for posting that Marilyn Monroe had been Bisexual a few times on a Marilyn Monroe facebook page, 1 woman did not like what i said ,, so what if she was ,, she was adored by lots of woman

  • Adam Lowe

    Emmeline Pankhurst is a huge figure, and she was bisexual.

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