The film festival was not as gay as hoped, and it turns out I’m still not cynical enough to not cry when ladyqueers say “I do.”
You know a girl gang means business when there’s a uniform requirement.
“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.”
“With all those things and an endless supply of witty comebacks, Wednesday is a breath of fresh air to a generation of girls who felt like outcasts that didn’t fit the mold of a perfect girly-girl.”
Please don’t watch all of these in one day. You’ll die.
“Unlike the mean girls in other movies who serve as the core of their clique, Lisa and Cokie are on the outskirts looking in. I related to Sokoloff’s characters because they were just like me, dying to be a part of a group that would never accept her.”
These ladies have a standing invitation to the smoke circle of my heart.
This dichotomy has been analyzed in numerous papers and books, but none do it with as much flair and fun as the teen cult classic, “Saved!”.
We all know how great cats are, so it makes sense that we would love watching movies about them. Here are five of my favorite movies prominently featuring cats.
“Reaching For The Moon” is a biopic about the turbulent relationship between American lesbian poet Elizabeth Bishop and Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares. Yep, it’s just as good as it sounds.
Like, hopefully someone will come out or something.
It’s been reported that Jared Leto was heckled by a trans woman at the recent Virtuosos Awards for his performance in Dallas Buyers Club. This version of events fails once again to take into account the experiences of actual trans and gendernonconforming people, who were there at the event and have spoken to Autostraddle about what transpired.
Sundance was SUPER FUCKING GAY THIS YEAR, YOU GUYS. Let’s talk about the best queer films.
Watch “Las Marthas” tonight, a documentary exploring the intersections of race and class of a complex tradition held in border town in Texas.
Hannah Hart co-stars in “Camp Takota,” a movie about friendship and camp and subtle queer representation that will make your heart smile, probably.
Perhaps you are like me, and spent most of yesterday sobbing gently at the beautiful truths expressed in Kristen Stewart’s recently published poem “My Heart Is A Wiffle Ball/Freedom Pole.”
“My Prairie Home is more than pretty skies and poetic wheat fields. It’s also about growing up different in a difficult environment and what it means to survive.”
Get ready to launch into a sci-fi future on film, as imagined by queers of color! Watch those films online and check out Sistah Sinema’s upcoming Valentine’s Day screenings.
“I didn’t go out looking for negative characters; I went out looking for people who have a struggle and a fight to tackle. That’s what interests me.”
Get ready to settle in with Christina Ricci, Clea Duvall, Quinn Fabray’s dad, and Evan Rachel Wood Bisexual’s dad from Once and Again and watch some bloody crimes get committed!