Arena Three (magazine)
Arena Three was a British monthly publication founded by Esme Langley
Esme Langley
Dr Esmé Ross-Langley born 26 August 1919 in Guisborough, Yorkshire, was a British writer made a major contribution to the social evolution of women in Britain. She is best known as the founder of the Minorities Research Group and Arena Three...

 and Diana Chapman in 1963. It was written by and for homosexual women and published by the Minorities Research Group
Minorities Research Group
The Minorities Research Group was the first organisation to openly advocate the interests of lesbians in the United Kingdom. It was founded by four women who got together in response to an article that was published in the magazine "Twentieth Century"...

 from 1963 to 1972.

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