Just a couple of Conniving Psychotic Bisexuals on Gotham, and a Black lesbian with no agency on Empire. Maggie Sawyer, save us.
Topics include Dress for Success, OJ Simpson, open marriages, Star Tours, what men love about war, lesbians in the ’90s, a white supremacist who went to college and changed his mind and so much more!
“Embracing accessibility begins with representation.” Here, Kay Ulanday Barrett, QueenTite and Jax Jacki Brown explore queer communities, accessibility, and who is deemed fashion-able.
Laverne, our queen! Let’s do this!
Play these songs with the windows down today and drive past a white man’s house. Join the movement.
“I offer products that strive to act as feminist propaganda, as a reality disruption. To pay my gargantuan monthly student loan debt by selling weird feminist gear? It seemed like an awesome joke on the universe.”
We have four tickets to give away for the screening of Lovesong and the closing night after party of New York’s LGBT film festival!
Be a winner. Be a star. Be happy to be who you are. But also this Halloween, try to be Shania. Because she’s a queen.
Kara and Alex fight and make up and kick ass and are perfect. Next week: Maggie Sawyer!
Attention, new folks in charge of Scream: Queer women are loyal viewers. Be good to us and we’ll be good to you.
Topics include Kristen Stewart’s new lesbian subtext film, dreaming/being scandalized by The Handmaiden, Le Tigre’s Hillary Clinton video, new pics from the Gilmore Girls reboot, The Outsiders and more!
Also, the cast of Orange Is The New Black are supporting the singer of their theme song, Ruby Rose looks a damn mess and Queen Latifah has no idea how she ended up in this column.
Not moved by the costume spirit this year (or ever)? We’ve got some footwear alternatives for you, boo.
Season One of Queer Kid Stuff covers gender, the word “queer,” marriage equality, and homophobia in fun videos for school-age kids.
“I don’t know why I thought this might end well.”
This week: I dress up as Carol Aird to go to Target, get sporty and outdoorsy to go to the doctor, and, yes, revisit the tire shop.
How many Holtzmanns can one party have?
Eve and Annalise are the best (and the most heartbreaking), Younger is back and gayer than ever, Arizona returns to Grey’s with a smile, Rosewood is actually doing something with its queer couple this season, two new lesbians on ABC sitcoms, and more queer TV!
This was a deadly year for queer TV characters. We really needed this.
Arimah’s short story grapples with grief, immigration, neo-imperialism, and our never-ending obsession with defining ourselves by countries and borders; all the while telling a cross-continental African lesbian love story.