Game Changers

Beginnings

We Raised $20,000 Using Crowdfunding!

Check out our fundraising video below. We received donations from over 200 people on the average of $100 each! We are currently in the process of getting one book in every public high school in the Bay Area! It's not too late to help with our plan to get a book into every public high school in California—you can still donate and/or get on our list for future updates. 

  GAME CHANGERS i s available at select bookstores in the San Francisco Bay Area in hardback, paperback and ebook formats.

GAME CHANGERS is available at select bookstores in the San Francisco Bay Area in hardback, paperback and ebook formats.

About the Book

Game Changers - Lesbians You Should Know About features women over age fifty who came out early in their lives and made significant contributions to LGBTQ culture. It's a colorful, large-format, richly-designed collection of biographies, defining moments and illustrated timelines. Written in response to The FAIR Act–a recent law that requires inclusion of LGBT history and social studies in the California public school curriculum—this book is meant for today’s youth as an educational resource. Game Changers celebrates living lesbian heroes. This is a great book for teenagers and adults. We have are gifting a book to every public high school in Marin, San Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland. Our goal is to get this book into every public high school in California. We are currently developing a study guide and lesson plan for educators to use in their classrooms. Click here to purchase a book, or donate to buy one for a school!

 Robin Lowey, center, with sons Max Waterstone, left, and Sam Waterstone, right.

Robin Lowey, center, with sons Max Waterstone, left, and Sam Waterstone, right.

About the Author

Robin Lowey was born into a family of artists and designers. Her success in designing award-winning work & creating effective strategies all stem from her passion for graphic design. She has worked in advertising and marketing for over 30 years.She founded  Epochalips: Smart Lesbian Commentary and has been editor and creative director since 2010. Her writing has appeared in EpochalipsLesbian.com and More magazine.  As a member of the LGBTQ Speakers Bureau, she has been invited into the local high schools to help dispel myths about LGBTQ people.A Northern California native, she enjoys surfing, snowboarding, hiking and badminton. She is a proud mother of two beautiful young men, now 21 and 27—both strong feminists—having grown up in a two-mom household.