GEMMA was a magazine and a social group founded in 1976 whose mandate was to provide a "friendship and support group for disabled lesbians in England."[1]

The organization was founded by members of lesbian organization Sappho (organisation) and mixed organization Campaign for Homosexual Equality, including Elsa Beckett.[2] Gemma's member newsletter was published in regular print, in braille as well as cassette format.[3][4]

See alsoEdit

  • List of lesbian periodicals


  1. Beckett, Elsa. Inventing Ourselves, Routledge, 1988, ISBN 0415029597, p69
  2. Beckett, Elsa. Inventing Ourselves, Routledge, 1988, ISBN 0415029597, p68
  3. Horn, Sandy. Gaia's guide 1990: Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, U.S.A., Canada, Mexico, 1990, ISBN 09479222024 p112
  4. Australia Lesbian & Gay Archives
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