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LOTL (Lesbians on the Loose) magazine was a monthly publication catering to the LGBTQI+ community in Australia. It was first published in 1989, making it one of the longest-running LGBTQI+ magazines in the country. LOTL has been a significant publication in the country, covering essential issues about the LGBTQI+ community and providing a platform for queer voices to be heard.LOTL began as a small publication, initially targeting only the lesbian community. LOTL aimed to provide a platform for queer voices to be heard and to cater to the LGBTQI+ community’s specific needs. Before LOTL, no other magazines specifically targeted the lesbian community, making it a significant milestone in Australian queer history. Over the years, LOTL has become a way for the queer community to remain informed on social, political, and cultural issues that affect them. LOTL covers a wide range of topics, including news, entertainment, fashion, health, and well-being. LOTL has been a vital resource for the LGBTQI+ community in Australia, providing a platform for queer perspectives to be heard and issues important to the community to be addressed. It has also played a critical role in breaking down the stigma surrounding homosexuality in the country. LOTL’s focus on lesbian issues was also significant, as it spoke to a demographic often overlooked in mainstream media. LOTL helped raise awareness of the issues faced by the lesbian community and provided a space for them to connect with each other. Furthermore, LOTL magazine has also played an essential role in raising awareness about HIV and AIDS. In the early days, the magazine was instrumental in promoting safe sex practices and disseminating information about preventing the spread of the disease. LOTL has also embraced the digital world, creating a video podcast channel, “Queer Conversations” to reach a wider audience. LOTL’s online presence has expanded the magazine’s reach, allowing it to remain a vital resource for the LGBTQI+ community in Australia. As LOTL magazine continues to evolve, it remains an essential resource for the LGBTQI+ community in Australia, and a testament to the power of the queer community to create meaningful change.
We are a part of L Media, who are registered as a: Not-for-profit.
More detailsLGBTIQ Owned and Operated: Yes
Qualifications: established in 1989
Service Delivery Format:
- - Face-to-face
- - Online forum/Group
- - Phone
- - Website
- - All of Victoria
Opening Times: Normal Business Hours