“Promise me one thing — if you choose to [print the question "have you had a relationship with another woman?"] just put three dots as my response. That’s it.”
Topics include the Khmer Rouge, crisis pregnancy centers + race-baiting, SamRo, coffee, Little House on the Prairie, grief, growing up gay and Kevyn Aucoin!
This week on Glee, everything ended. Because it was the last episode of the season. There will be more episodes next season though. So don’t worry about it. Also this episode was weird, so.
“I might end up with another woman, raising my children…that’s how androgynous I am.”
2013 GLAAD Awards San Francisco: Our Starry Starry Night With Adam Lambert, Brittney Griner and Ketel One
Alex, Riese, Marni and Mary hit up the GLAAD Awards in San Francisco last night and spent lots of quality time with Adam Lambert, Brittney Griner, Mel B & Jessica Clark!
Topics include New York’s fancy gentleman’s clubs, Thelma & Louise, porn in San Francisco, shitty jobs, domestic violence, oxycontin abuse, scientology, band names and so much more!
Looking back at a century of cover designs from all over the world for beloved queer books like Tipping the Velvet, Orlando, The Color Purple, Annie on my Mind, Rubyfruit Jungle and more.
Delaware became the 11th state to legalize same-sex marriage today!
This week on Glee, everybody came back to Ohio for brunch at The Cracker Barrel and sang Stevie Wonder songs.
Topics include the kids of the movie “KIDS,” mental health care, public housing, women in the Middle East, SXSW, escaping North Korea, Texas beauty pageants, a year without internet and more!
Someone thinks Margaret Cho outed John Travolta, Fastrack thinks kids should come out, Ángeles Álvarez thinks lesbian politicians should come out, and now that Jason Collins is out, Andy West thinks everyone should come out.
Lesbians have always mastered the blazer, but this also means that we were especially vulnerable to the late ’80s-’90s terrible/AWESOME Blazer Situation. You know the situation I’m talking about.
This week on Glee it got super dark and super awk. Also: ballerinas!
Topics include trans* fiction, female soliders in combat, GoFundMe, the Lady Jaguars, The Wronged Man, food stamps, 90′s slutgrungefashion, breast cancer, Web U, southern cuisine and so much more!
Welcome to “I Just Now Saw,” a new column in which I attempt to conduct conversations about television shows you watched ten years ago and I just now saw for the first time. First up: BUFFY!
“What do they think is going to happen online? They’re fucked! Especially when everything after 3.07 was such a mess. So many storylines were presented! I will leave a comment on the Showcase blog!”
“Bomb Girls” got cancelled today. They’re doing a two-hour movie though, so that’s nice. It’s nice, but it’s not what I wanted because what I wanted was 5 more seasons!
This week on Glee, The New Rachel dreamed a dream that Glee was good again and Marley-Kate wrote some songs with Lord Tubbington and Finn missed sociology!
I’d like to thank Teen Jesus, who I have prayed to every night for additional seasons of this occasional hellscape.
Topics include Gia Carnagi, Jenna Lyons, Dodd-Frank, solitary confinement, day care, Q*bert, Khadijah Williams, Prom 1995, Shutterbabe and more!
“Just be who you are. Don’t worry about what other people are going to say, because they’re always going to say something, but, if you’re just true to yourself, let that shine through.”
Here’s your first look at ABC Family’s “The Fosters,” exec-produced by J-Lo and starring “a multi-ethnic family mix of foster and biological kids being raised by two moms.”
“Katniss Everdeen is a symbol. We don’t have to destroy her, just her image.”
Topics include three strikes laws, Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally, the Mount Rainier shooting, YA novel covers, Ms., Naked Joe, domestic violence, photographers in Juárez and more!
Nobody was surprised to hear that Mallory hates boys (and gym).