Chang has a lot of secrets. The main one is she’s a total badass!
Scream is super queer, Complications keeps surprising me (in a good way), and Vee returns to The Fosters.
Phoebe Robison is a “comic, writer, and connoisseur of all things brignorant.” (That’s a combination of brilliant and ignorant). Phoebe has appeared on Last Comic Standing, Broad City, Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, and Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Faberry and Brittana and Swan Queen and Xena and Janeway and Korrasami, oh my!
Jasika Nicole and Claire Savage delivered a perfect mix on an actual CD and it was perfect.
BREAKING: Famous person kisses famous person.
Every two weeks I’ll profile a queer lit title that’s outside of the public eye for one reason or another: obscure, small-press, older, aimed at a different niche, or otherwise underrated. This week, we’re learning about Chrystos!
Piper and Alex make plans to be stereotypical lesbeans! Black Cindy gets some new curls. Flaca starts a feelings-war with her homegirls in the kitchen. And everyone fills out their E-Harmony profile together!
Sara Harvey takes Emily to get a tattoo while Spencer and Hanna go creeping in the Radley Basement of Infinite Horrors.
This week, pretty much the whole cast of Orange Is The New Black went to Pride and Lea DeLaria high-fived a million angels.
Stories include lethal lesbian vampires, Ellen Page’s lesbian movie Freeheld, girls liking girls in music videos, Welcome to the Dollhouse Part Duex, Ellen changing the world, Tig Notaro’s new doc and so much more!
Alison finds out all the ways Charles tried to murder her when she was a baby, and Emily defiles the Holy Water.
So many parties, so much pride.
“I’m still processing this. I’m not okay.”
Plus Lena keeps not telling Stef about how her boss kissed her, and Doc Yewll is so unimpressed with the St. Louis arch comes crumbling down.
Want to know how to have lesbian sex? These books have your back.
Topics include Charleston, Columbia House, Disney superfans, the sharing economy, romance novels, Margaret Cho and more!
“Yes, I’ve been ousted from Internet retirement by the sweet harkening of a fellow bulldyke on TV. And truly, I was not disappointed.”
Support SNAPSHOT, the queer love story that focuses on Women of Color and amazing, totally consensual sex! We’re the love interests, the doms, the desirable ones and we are in control of our narratives. Shine Louise Houston is giving us the goods.
Queer Book Club has lots of great recommendations, a new short story by Malinda Lo, a feminist coloring book and more!