Always at the forefront of the modern LGBT movement, women have shaped its perception and given it voice. This month's IN THE LIFE, Voices of Sisterhood, celebrates Women's History Month with a collection of stories honoring the struggles, triumphs, and art of LGBT women around the world. BEEBO BRINKER In the 1950's and 60's Ann Bannon wrote a series of lesbian pulp novels. Provocative and daring, these books thrust this housewife into literary history. Now, they have now come to life through the play: The Beebo Brinker Chronicles. MARGARITA SANCHEZ Puerto Rico, despite its reputation for being a gay-friendly destination, had a law on its books (Article 103) making sex between members of the same gender a crime. Activist Margarita Sanchez took on the system, confident in the belief that there is space for everyone in our society. OLIVIA RECORDS Founded in 1973, Olivia Records provided a means for lesbians and feminists to find their "voice," both literally and figuratively. What ...