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Digital Subscriptions > Curve > Aug/Sep2017 > LESBIAN AS FOLK


Meet Nashville-based music duo The Harmaleighs.

Haley Grant (guitar, vocals) and Kaylee Jasperson (bass, harmonies) not only share phonetically similar names and a love of beautiful harmonies and melodic hooks—they are also in a relationship, which turns out to be both a blessing and a challenge when taking their music on the road.

“We both went to school at Belmont University here in Nashville and we were both in music,” Jasperson says. “Haley came up and said, ‘I want to start a band and I need a bass player’ and I was like ‘Yeah.’ I had recently come out and we had a lot of similarities and mutual music influences. There would be these awkward sideways glances during rehearsals and she ended her other relationship and very soon after we were together.”

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About Curve

This is our Love issue, and inside we celebrate many formal expressions of love and commitment from diverse couples in different locations. We also remind readers to safeguard their health—sexual, psychological, and physical—which still needs to be maintained even within a committed relationship. Love isn’t as random as Cupid’s arrow. Getting it and keeping it need to be worked at. Decades of activism and visibility gave us the right to formalize our romantic unions—and vigilance will give us the right keep it.