Lesbian Visibility Day/Week is an awareness observance which occurs on April 25th every year. Lesbian Visibility Day honors all lesbians and represents a fight for all LBQ rights. Lesbian Visibility Day is an annual call to recognize queer women and avoid their erasure from LGBTQ past and present.

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Lesbian Visibility Day-Week Quotes, History, Images, Pictures, Photos, Wallpaper


Astreaea was founded in 1990 as an organization claiming the lesbian identity and with the goal of bringing visibility to the lesbian communities. The organization does not consider the term lesbian to be only a sexual orientation, but also a political identity. According to the Internet, Lesbian Visibility Day was started in 2008.

Lesbian Visibility Day Quotes

1. I became a lesbian because of women, because women are beautiful, strong, and compassionate. - Rita Mae Brown

2. I told some of my friends; eventually I told my mother. “She found me crying and said, ‘What’s wrong?’ And I said, ‘I think I’m gay’, and she said, ‘Fine. Love it. Whatever you want to be.’” - Kate McKinnon

3. Every day I can’t believe it. It’s such a joy to have such a great lady and the beauty of freedom reveals itself to me in a time release fashion. - Chely Wright

4. I’m in love with Christine because she’s her. If she were a man, would I be in love with her? I don’t know. We shop and cook and raise children–we both pitch in. - Cynthia Nixon

5. No government has the right to tell its citizens when or whom to love. The only queer people are those who don’t love anybody. - Rita Mae Brown

6. Love is a wild fire that cannot be contained by any mere element known to man. - Cristina Marrero

7. I’m here today because I am gay, and because maybe I can make a difference, to help others have an easier and more hopeful time. Regardless, for me, I feel a personal obligation and a social responsibility. - Ellen Page

8. I am a writer who happens to love women. I am not a lesbian who happens to write. - Jeanette Winterson

9. I never wanted to be “the lesbian actress.” I never wanted to be the spokesperson for the gay community. Ever. I did it for my own truth. - Ellen DeGeneres

10. But the true feminist deals out of a lesbian consciousness whether or not she ever sleeps with women. - Audre Lorde

11. We are both ‘the girl’ in the relationship. That’s kinda the point. - Unknown

12. I found you in the clarity of the moon, Not the rigor of the sun. Not in the light, where it’s easier to see, but when the world is blind and loves eyes are free. - Malika E Nura

13. I didn’t know anyone else that was gay or a lesbian. So I didn’t really know how to word it. So I was just like, ‘I think I should let you know that when I eventually get a boyfriend, they’ll be a girl.’ And she was just like, ‘I know.’ - Ruby Rose

14. It will always be you, for the rest of my life and beyond. - Unknown

15. Everybody’s journey is individual. If you fall in love with a boy, you fall in love with a boy. The fact that many Americans consider it a disease says more about them than it does about homosexuality. - James Baldwin

Lesbian Visibility Day - All About What We Want To Say

In this world, there should not be any restrictions about loving anybody. All the creature of this world can love anybody. There are many human love the animals, their pets then what is the problem where the girl love another girl. That's is her own choice.

We all the people, celebrates Women's Day being very excited for it, but there are fewer people supports Lesbian Visibility Day. If we all support the women then what is the problem in the one girls loves another girl?!

Anybody can love anybody, If we celebrate & support Women's Day then there should not be any problem in celebrating Lesbian Visibility Day, Lesbian girls are also a human, they have also a feelings in their heart. We should respect that and support them having in our community.