• Tweet at Us
  • Like Us
  • Our Pinspiration
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Our Pictures
  • Fill Your Feed
Newsletter Signup
Add my email address to the selected mailing list(s):

Edited by on June 15 2011 at 5:35 PM

Whereas some kids are lucky enough to have a gay dad, some are super lucky and have a lesbian mom. One who probably built the house they live in with her two bare hands. One who never met a plaid shirt or a Bieber cut she didn’t like. One who could name that tune in three notes or less, as long as that song is by Melissa Etheridge or Joni Mitchell. So this Father’s Day, show the mannish woman in your life just how much she means to you with this helpful gift guide.

The Kids Are All Right on DVD

A Fathers Day Gift Guide for Your Lesbian Mom

Professional weepers Annette Bening and Julianne Moore bring their A-crying-game to this witty and ultimately tender portrait of a lesbian couple dealing with the sudden reappearnce of their children’s birth father.

Craftsman 283-Piece Tool Box Set

A Fathers Day Gift Guide for Your Lesbian Mom

Though you might not know the difference between an Allen Wrench and a Phillips Head — nor should you — your lezzy mom does. Tell mom how much you still need her by showing her how completely useless you are when it comes to real work.

The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall

A Fathers Day Gift Guide for Your Lesbian Mom

Why not put lesbian mom in a state of crushing depression with this sapphic classic about love and loss? Sure it’s a downer, but it will no doubt bring back fond memories of your mom’s college years and that one time she slept with a man, thus resulting in your accidental conception. Thanks Radclyffe!

Richard James Simple Flower Tie

A Fathers Day Gift Guide for Your Lesbian Mom

Every dad gets a tie on Father’s Day and every woman looks good in a suit. Give lesbian mom a not so subtle hint to put away the Birkenstocks and pull out the Savile Row.

Someday by Justin Bieber

A Fathers Day Gift Guide for Your Lesbian Mom

Give lez mom a whiff of the Bieber Fever with the pint-sized popstar’s first perfume. It may be a little too girly for her more Stetson and Old Spice aesthetic, but given a chance she might ¬†find inspiration for her new ‘do thanks to the scent’s accompanying commercial.

Browse Stories by Categories:
Browse Stories by Author:

Story by Lester Brathwaite

I was center square from 1969 to 1978, during which I perfected the art of the zing as well as a crippling cocaine addiction. Bea Arthur was responsible for both. @LesFabian lester at