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Washington, D.C. has always been a city of new and old, of history and relevancy. While most people know D.C. for its monuments and politicians, it has also been one of the fastest growing and most quickly gentrifying cities in the nation, with a recent majority of that influx coming from millennials. This dichotomy has been glaringly obvious among queer women and the ever-changing lesbian social scene. Recently, I got a chance to speak with Dr. Bonnie Morris of the Rainbow History Project. Morris is a professor of Women’s Studies at both Georgetown and George Washington universities. She has been
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