Topics include Clueless, wounds and self-denial, cults, Vera Nabakov, the Top Chef cruise, a botched rape investigation and more!
Have no worries lil’ femme chick-adees, I’m here to give you the top 5 pieces of clothing to add to your wardrobe that will instantly spike up anyone’s gaydar without getting an Alternative Lifestyle Haircut.
I don’t know about you, but a party where everyone sits quietly in a bar and reads together sounds like MY KIND OF PARTY.
“Go see weirdos and women and everyone living on the fabulous fringes of society doing things, please. I’ll go with you. We can take all our boos, cats, and brujas on a communal date.”
“Fun as it was to mercilessly tear this show apart, the buck stops here.”
This week on Glee, Blaine ate a lot of cronuts and everybody got tested for STDs!
There’s a good chance that someone you know is getting ready to tie the knot. Go fetch your prettiest handkerchiefs and let’s help you get dressed for the happy occasion.
This is the largest portion of Season Two we’ve ever been served, and it is fracking DELICIOUS.
If you had to snuggle with a punctuation mark, which would you choose?
I watched the dub premiere of Attack on Titan at Anime Boston. Here’s why I think everyone who is interested in awesome female characters and good queer representation should give this brutal action anime a chance.
“She’s not the protagonist in this one but she does kiss a girl and is very self-righteous which I think does it for a lot of people.”
Vanity Fair talks to Catherine Cleary Wolters, who says she was “not the older sexy, glamorous lesbian who snatched [Piper] from her pristine Smith College cradle.”
“From the preview, we just know that Haddie’s coming home for a visit, she brought Lauren with her, there’s something that she’s not ready to tell her family, and she and Lauren like to kiss.”
Sara Benincasa is an award-winning comedian and author of “Great”, a modern gender swapped retelling of “The Great Gatsby”.
“Poetry calls us into ourselves. It’s asking you to be truthful and say whatever it is you need to say.”
This meeting of the International Hot Chicks With Large Racks Society is hereby called to order.
During Brown University’s “Black Lavender Experience” festival, Black LGBTQ artists talked about the divine nature of their writing for marginalized communities.
“I mean, it’s been one paragraph and I’ve already brought up Tegan & Sara so really, I shouldn’t have to write anymore than that, amirite?”
This is a train wreck.
Topics include Heathers, college football recruiting, when a novelist’s truth hurts, living Barbie, publishing, the murders at the lake and so much moar!