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The Lphabet: Demystifying Lesbian and Bi Terms

By Evolve Media - 2014-11-07

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The Lphabet is a new original series that seeks to define and demystify terms from the lesbian and bi community through hilarious musings of 7 experts.

"The Lphabet is a really fun way to explore the idea of diversity in the lesbian and bi community, as the series demonstrates how we all see things"

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TotallyHer Media’s AfterEllen (http://www.afterellen.com), the largest site for lesbian and bi women, announced the launch of The Lphabet, a new original series that seeks to define and demystify terms from the lesbian and bi community through the hilarious musings of seven experts (indulging comedians, writers and actors).

Each episode is dedicated to one letter in the alphabet and covers terms from the lesbian lexicon beginning with the segment’s specified letter. New episodes will appear on AfterEllen.com each Tuesday.

“The Lphabet is a really fun way to explore the idea of diversity in the lesbian and bi community, as the series demonstrates how we all see things - like 'androgynous' and 'girl crush' - so differently. Bringing in a group of seven LGBT women with various identities and backgrounds really made for a fun social experiment,” said Trish Bendix, Editor-in-Chief of AfterEllen.com. “Hopefully, this original series will create a conversation about what words and labels mean to us.”

“The first two episodes of The Lphabet illustrate why AfterEllen is a digital leader in the lesbian and bi community. Trish has done an amazing job of compiling a funny group of women who inform, educate, and entertain the audience,” said Rebecca Schmitt, Vice President and General Manager of TotallyHer Media.

“At TotallyHer Media, we are excited to watch this wildly popular site grow, and we couldn’t be more proud of The Lphabet as a premium original series.”

To watch all episodes of The Lphabet, visit: http://www.afterellen.com/tag/the-lphabet/

TotallyHer (http://www.totallyhermedia.com) is a leading digital media, marketing, and sales organization dedicated to women and their families.

Committed to Everything She Loves, TotallyHer Media publishes a portfolio of award-winning women's, youth, and family properties that include Momtastic.com, theFashionSpot.com, and AfterEllen.com

This year, Momtastic.com was recognized with the 2014 OMMA Award in the category of Family/Parenting/Women's Interest, while theFashionSpot.com won a 2012 OMMA Award for Best Fashion/Beauty Site.

With 35 million unique visitors (comScore, July 2014), TotallyHer’s scale and proprietary technologies enable brands to not only reach women, but also engage and interact with them.

TotallyHer is owned and operated by Evolve Media LLC, an integrated digital media company focused on vertical publishing, advertising sales and marketing services for its clients.

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