Lez Dish It Out: The AfterEllen Les/Bi News Round-Up


Here are a few highlights of what the bisexual and lesbian Olympic athletes achieved in Pyeong Chang in 2018

Ireen Wüst from the Netherlands wins her 11th Winter Olympics medal, making her the most decorated speed skater of all time.

Australian cross country skiier Barbara Jezeršek finished 33rd in the 10 meters free and 39th in the 7.5 meters + 7.5 meters skiathon. The Aussie cross country team achieved their best ever Team Spring result this year.

Belle Brockhoff, the Australian snowboarder, finished the snowboard cross in 11th place. She reinjured the ACL she had previously torn during the trials, and recovered just in time to compete.

Austrian ski jumper Daniela Iraschko-Stolz finished up in 6th place for the normal hill. She had won gold in the World Cup in Slovenia earlier this year.

Cheryl Maas, a snowboarder from the Netherlands, finished 23rd in the slopestyle and 20th in the big air.

Brittany Bowe won bronze medal along with the rest of her U.S. teammates in team pursuit. Individually, she finished 4th in the 1,000 meters, 5th in the 1,500 meters and 5th in the 500 meters. Bowe has also been selected as a finalist for Female Olympic Athlete of the Games for the Team USA Awards.

I will leave you with this adorable Valentine’s Day Instagram post for Portia to her wifey.

See you next time in Lesboland! Don’t forget to check out some of our Black History Month celebrations before you close out February 🙂 Links below.

‘The Member of the Wedding’ is a Black History Month Must-Watch

Poetic Justice: Reflections on Black Feminist Lesbian Mother Poet Audre Lorde

32 Black Lesbian and Bisexual Characters We Love

8 Black Female Artists to Applause During #BlackHistoryMonth

Honoring Black Lesbian And Bi Women In History

Coming Out as a Black, Gay Woman 

A Conversation with Black Lesbian Poet JP Howard 

The Power of Sistahood: Black Lesbian Representation in Sista! 

Thunder and Black Lightning: Black Lesbian Representation is Here! 

Revisiting the Words of Audre Lorde in A Burst of Light and Other Essays 

Black History Month Spotlight: Audre Lorde and Sapphire 

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