Here are some Love Les features: 

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"S2E13- Leslie Cox" AIJ Podcast guest                                                                                                   Storyteller/blogger Leslie Cox shares her journey of self-love and how it led her to curate LGBTQ love stories as an act of love itself.

https://www.aijcast.com/episodes/2017/9/8/s2e11-leslie-cox

 

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"Coming Out As Myself"- Whole Hearted Guest, Leslie Cox                                                             Leslie Cox shares about her journey of becoming, of living into all that she was created to be. She cannot separate her creativity from her sexuality, her ministry from her love for storytelling. 

http://sanctifiedart.org/blog/coming-out-as-myself/wholehearted-guest-leslie-cox    

 

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"Link Love: Love Les"                                                                                                                       This week, We’re excited to share Love Les, a photography and interview site focused on queer stories! Leslie, the site’s founder and namesake, says she’s a “hopeless romantic,” but Leslie’s site is filled with hope.                        

http://www.onabicyclebuiltfortwo.com/2017/08/link-love-love-les.html

                                  

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"Real Couples // Kris + Alex"                                                                                                                   This interview was originally published on Love Les, a resource for love stories told by a lipstick lesbian.

http://www.catalystwedco.com/blog/2017/4/5/real-couples-two-awesome-people-alex-kris?rq=love%

 

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"Seminary Student Leslie Cox Blogs Her Way to UN Commission on the Status of Women"         As a lesbian seeking ordination in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Cox’s blog promotes, elevates and celebrates different voices with a particular interest of those who identify as LGBTQ.

https://www.presbyterianmission.org/story/seminary-student-leslie-cox-blogs-way-commission-status-women/

 

Love simply is. So let's celebrate it's crazy beautiful forms together!

 

 

 

This project began as a celebration of the wonderfully rich and diverse love stories shared with me during my introduction to the LBGTQ community. Stories that have taught me although love is universal, it is also beautifully individual.Throughout this project my goal is to interview anyone and everyone within this community so that we may all find a piece of ourselves and a common thread by simply sharing our voices and our stories

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For more of my work check out: https://lesliecox.contently.com/