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!
“Geared with fruity roll-on lip gloss and knee high socks, Darla works at the helm of the barbaric ritual with such ferocity it’s hard to believe she’s just a teenage girl.”
I need a sanitizing hand wipe for my soul, you guys.
Come take a walk on the wild side (switchblade not included) to explore the evil anti-heroine from Pretty Persuasion and why I love her.
Evan Rachel Wood divulges and discusses the crush she had on Nikki Reed while filming “Thirteen” during a Q&A to honor the film’s tenth anniversary.
In my mind, to fail at LGBT inclusion in fiction is to have a failure of imagination, a lazy lack of understanding concerning the world outside of one’s self. To intentionally choose to tell a story about a real LGBT person and then exclude their queer identity is a failure on an entirely different level.
Of the top 50 movies of 2013, those that pass the Bechdel test outperformed those that did not by 1.56 billion dollars.
Call your girlfriend and grab your favorite vegan gluten-free snacks!
Grease 2 has more terrible puns, more surprise dance numbers, and more ketchup-based flirtations than its older sibling. It also has about twelve times the camp, and Michelle Pfeiffer. You’re sold, right?
Warner Bros. is finally making a movie with Wonder Woman! They’ve announced that actress Gal Gadot will be playing the Amazonian warrior in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman movie.
What if everyone really was gay? Movies would be so much better, that’s what.
“The first thing I learned was that Kathleen Hanna can do literally anything.”
Evan Rachel Wood’s latest film had a sex scene cut out of it after the MPAA threatened to give it a NC-17 rating. Luckily for us, she isn’t the type to sit by and let that stand.
“Despite its pro-gay attitude, the film fails to break the pattern of transphobic narratives in cinema, perhaps because it doesn’t understand that trans people are not the same as cis gay people.”
Oh shit you guys tonight’s the night. TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT.
If you’re looking for a primer in all the ways that modern media is still failing queers, this film is a good start.