The Dinah has changed, too: Though often branded as a lesbian paradise, for the last few years the event has opened to nonbinary and trans people, regardless of gender.

Yeah I read that. I cried a little inside because I've never been and always wanted to go.

At least the author is acknowledging that making it trans inclusive means it is no longer a lesbian paradise.

In the next few years, I imagine the Dinah being overrun with TIMs who have tech money to burn, and it will become another sausage fest.

I wish bi women had spaces for only bi women. Just women loving women. Sigh. A dream that will never come to be.