In terms of anime most of it is aimed at males but there is still stuff like Onii-sama e, Utena, Marimite, Aoi Hana and YKA. For manga, Hirari and pre-2010 Yuri Hime stuff was mostly aimed at females, current YH tries to appeal to both males and females and honestly I feel like the works have been dumbed down so it can appeal to moids, kind of a shame, but if you know the lesbian/bisexual female authors then you can just keep up with whatever they release independently or in small anthologies/crowd-funded yuri mags (try Amano Shuninta, Morishima Akiko, Morinaga Milk, Takano Saku, Sal Jiang, Yukiko, Takemiya Jin, Oosawa Yayoi, Tamamusi, Nishi Uko, Ooshima Tomo/Towa, Momono Moto, Shimura Takako, Mikanuji, Yuni, Hayashiya Shizuru, Inui Ayu… are the ones I could think of). Surprisingly when it comes to LNs I don't think there is any current yuri LN aimed at females, they're either for males or the yuri crowd in general. For VNs it's mostly aimed at whoever is a yurifag too, but fairly recently there was a chinese-cucknadian yuri VN made by women named A Summer's End: Hong Kong 1986, I read it and it's pretty good and very obviously made for lesbians.
By the way a couple "recent" manga series I wanted to point out just because I liked them:https://dynasty-scans.com/series/hanamonogatarihttps://dynasty-scans.com/series/the_ends_of_a_dreamhttps://dynasty-scans.com/series/a_love_letter_for_the_marching_puppy>>30725
Based. I'm currently re-watching Marimite and it's still better than recent yuri despite not being fully GL. I'm gonna try and finish the novels this time too.>>30773
Sal Jiang is great. This woman can play the guitar, sing, draw manga, and she got great thighs. Completely in love with her.