Derek comes back and is worse than a leech trapped in your face.
Hey boi, here’s an array of homemade products and some very necessary queer/hippie extras that keep me feeling so fresh and so clean clean. Let’s be fresh together forever. Xo.
You know her face, but you’ve got no clue what her name is — 15 of the actresses who aren’t on magazine covers but have shown up in small parts on so many queer-adjacent shows and movies lately that you’re really THIS CLOSE to looking them up on imdb.
She wants to taste your lips but only because they’ve been kissing the boy she’s into.
And a profile with series creator Ellen Simpson, who writes all kinds of fan fiction too!
Jude and Connor come out, and Monty finally stops keeping her lips to herself.
If you have the right weather for listening to this outside, please do that. But if not, put your sunglasses on inside and live the dream anyway.
“Anyhow, I put this binder on, and after the initial struggle that always comes with putting on a thing that fits as tightly as binders should fit, I felt — nothing. The binder felt like nothing. THE BINDER FELT LIKE NOTHING, THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”
Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson keep being adorable, Orphan Black is almost back, Evan Rachel Wood’s got tomboy style advice, J.K. Rowling threw some magical shade on Twitter and more pop culture stories you need to know about!
Are you ready to painstakingly examine the psychological profile of every character Winona Ryder has ever played?
We tell stories to stay awake. We tell stories to communicate. It is how we come to know each other. It is a part of our culture. We may be black, brown, white, queer, undocumented. We come from swamps, foothills, and sandy pines. We have different histories and experiences, but we came from this place and we shape this place.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, and now it’s over.
“17. Oh god, is anyone on this show a medical doctor? ANYONE?”
Tonight’s Pretty Little Liars season finale promises a huge reveal about Big A, but we already know who it is.
We’re back with our weekly column about all the queer stuff that’s happening on television that we don’t have time to recap!
“If I was too much for certain places, I was going to create a place where it was wonderful to be exactly me. And for you to be 100% you — weird, honest, joyful, strange, excited, vulnerable and real. All the time.”
Psst, Callie and Arizona like each other, pass it on.
“I struggled with my sexuality for a long time and I think it would have been so much easier if I’d seen someone like me on TV or in a movies or in books. Femslash fan fiction gave me that; the stories I read showed I wasn’t alone because other people had to think like me if they’re writing about this stuff.”
Topics include Detroit, Robert Durst, homelessness in San Francisco, lesbians falsely imprisoned on sex abuse charges, Joan Didion and more!
Everybody’s going to jail!