Don’t worry, somebody’s definitely bringing hummus!
1,000 books about black girls, a new Didion thinkpiece, earning a living wage when writing, literary binge reading and more.
Plus: Advertisers are ready for your gay dollars now, Lady Gaga will take over the world this month, the first trailer for Broad City S3, and The DuVernay Test.
Emily almost gets some action but then discovers the girl she’s wooing doesn’t have a TV and calls the whole thing off.
Breaking: Kreayshawn has a time machine, Hannah Hart made Ingrid Nilsen a very sweet birthday tribute post, and Lena Waithe is still a babe.
Stef’s not dying of her cancer. Yet.
Want to combine your values and your hobbies with some feminist coloring books? We’ve got you more than covered.
Maggie and Lauren are falling hard on Younger, Lexa returns to The 100, The X-Files tells a trans story, and Legends of Tomorrow and Black Sails are back!
Topics include Flint, Margaret Atwood, the business of swinging, being emotionally ambushed by Oprah and everything that came before and after, Hokkaido, Alice Goffman and so much more!
There’s nothing more adorable, heart-warming, or deeply inspiring as a tried-and-true rock song played by children’s instruments in a soothing manner. I promise.
I have long admired Amanda’s gentle, glitter-strewn spirit, her dreamy creativity, and of course, her sweet makeup skills.
Emily’s not dying after all. Sadly, neither is Ezra.
Clea Duvall debuts her film “The Intervention” at Sundance, also “The First Girl I Loved” is a Sundance debut relevant to your interests, also Ellen Page on being a gay actress and Gaycationing, also the Academy makes moves towards being less white and awful and also other stories too!
Movies centered on lesbian, bisexual and trans women dominate this year’s film nominations, there are more trans stories featured than ever before and other exciting news from this year’s GLAAD nominations!
Stars: they’re just like us! Laura Jane Grace is dressed as a horse, Ruby Rose is dressed as a ninja turtle and Jenny Owen Youngs is wearing an apron covered in cats.
Let’s get you bundled up and looking snuggle-able with some shiny new winter coating, shall we?
Monty apologizes to Stef and Lena about the Great Kissing Debacle of 2015, so Stef decides to let her live.
Teevee has come home to our loving arms once more, to gift us with post-apocalyptic women kissing each other (and I mean really kissing each other), and resurrected time traveling queer superheroes learning their way, and Jane the Virgin introducing a scissoring painting into the sapphic romance mix.
“There is nothing I love more than sharing a deafeningly silent, poignant moment with 300 other audience members; grinning wide through a rousing musical number that makes me want to stand and cheer; or tearing up at a matinee with the gray-haired woman seated beside me.”
18 documentaries about crime and the criminal justice system you can find on Netflix streaming or Amazon and watch while you sit on your couch or chair or bed or wherever it is that you like to sit.