The Lesbian Blog — About


Welcome to The Lesbian Blog – a website created by lesbians, for lesbians!

Our intention for this platform is to use our experience to answer all the pressing questions you have about what it means to be gay. We’ll help you navigate the “coming out” process, no matter how long it takes, and provide endless resources to guide you toward a happy, healthy relationship with yourself – and the woman of your dreams!

We’re not experts. We didn’t graduate from lesbian university, and we most certainly don’t have it all figured out. But we’ve been exactly where you are, and that exposure has equipped us with the tools necessary to offer a few tidbits of advice. We sincerely hope that you’ll learn from our mistakes, laugh at our shortcomings, and draw inspiration from our successes.

So, ask away! We’ll answer all your questions in the only way we know how – with openness and honesty. We hope that you’ll come to look at this as a safe space where you can figure out who you are and where you’re heading in life. It’s not easy making these discoveries, but it helps to know you’re not alone!

Emily & Faith xx

Emily — The Lesbian Blog


Pleasure to meet you, friends! First of all, thank you for visiting our site. This brainchild was born during one of my insomnia-induced “thinking sessions”, and I’m beyond thrilled to see it come to life.

Speaking of life, I was born in a small town in Ontario, Canada. I grew up on a hobby farm surrounded by people who were, as you can probably imagine, straighter than arrows. I dated boys throughout high school, and eventually got engaged to a man simply because it was the “next step”. But I wasn’t happy. I felt like there was a hole in my soul, but for years I didn’t know what to fill it with. I tried food, exercise, education – but nothing quite cut it. Unbeknownst to me, all I needed was some lady love!

I am, for lack of a better description, a lesbian by nurture, not nature. I firmly believe that I wasn’t born to be with a woman – I just happened to fall in love with one, and it worked! Today, I’m happier than I’ve ever been. I’m comfortable in my own skin and, I have to say, it feels really, really good.

My soul thrives on creativity, and I’m constantly talking about my latest “big idea”. I have a bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature and have been writing – creatively and otherwise – for ten years. I eat a plant-based diet, teach yoga in my spare time, and am incredibly passionate about natural health. I like hiking, camping and traveling, but only if my wife and fur babies are nearby!

But that’s enough about me…

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Faith — The Lesbian Blog


Hey! Em’s telling me I have to write 260 words, so here goes. I like to cook, hike, and play sports. Basically I’m an adorable compilation of an eight-year-old boy and a ninety-year-old woman. When I grow up I want to be a fire fighter, but it took me a while to figure that out. After spending my entire high school career trying to decide which path seemed the most appealing, I enrolled in a broadcasting program at the local college. In my third year I was informed that I’d have to move to the big city to complete a co-op program in order to graduate, so I dropped out instead.

What else can I say? I like to be the strong one in the relationship, but I also like to be the little spoon. I love my family more than anything – fur babies included. I once swallowed a dime and don’t think I ever pooped it out, so I’m worth at least ten cents. As I child I drank a lot of OJ because my grandma told me it would make my boobies big. It didn’t work. Also I haven’t been diagnosed, but I’m pretty sure I have hair ADHD because I change up the style every second Tuesday.

I’m of British descent, which explains why I eat jam on toast the way most people breathe air. I binge watch TV like it’s going out of style, and would rather snuggle than do pretty much anything else in the whole world.

My mom tells me she knew I was gay from the moment I touched the daycare lady’s boob. I was still in diapers. Thirteen years later I came out of the closet – and it wasn’t easy. So I guess that’s why I’m here. To help all of you no matter where you’re at, or how “sure” you are that you like girls. There’s power in number, friends.