A “Mean Girls” mash-up, Jenny Slate’s webseries, a Robyn robot, and the new season of “Girls” are going to party because it’s already past their bedtime so might as well.
Welcome to Sunday Top Ten, a list of things that may or may not be published on a Sunday or number “ten.” Today I’m gonna talk about my childhood heroes, like Shirley Temple and LeVar Burton.
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.
This week Gabby taught us everything she learned while wearing leggings. But, like, she looked so hot doing it.
This is a list of 25 sweaters with cats on them. Not to be confused with cats in sweaters.
She may be only 23, but Mo Kenney is far from being a novice songwriter.
She’s coming out and also releasing a Christmas single about coming out appropriately titled “Coming Out For Christmas”!
At this point, we’ll be lucky if we make it out of the season without a reveal that Pongo is the father of Rapunzel who is married to Smee who is secretly the child of Flounder who is actually the son of one of the scary trees from Snow White.
What if everyone really was gay? Movies would be so much better, that’s what.
“I wore my A-Camp staff shirt to the grocery store in Berkeley and TWO people stopped me to ask me how this year’s Summer Camp went.” Meet Ivy, our last Calendar Girl of the year!
Danielle Brooks (Tasha ‘Taystee’ Jefferson) and Uzo Aduba (Suzanne ‘Crazy Eyes’ Warren) sing a jolly Christmas Medley.
There is a cardigan for every human ever, no matter what, which I think is really magical.
From sharing showers to karaoke, photographer Maika Elan captures everyday life for LGBT couples in Vietnam in her award-winning series “The Pink Choice.”
We’re partnering with Strand Bookstore in New York City to host another round of Queer Ladies Speed Dating, right in time for the holidays! Our own Gabby and Katrina will be hosting!
What happens when the biggest, loudest, most annoying echo-chamber on the Internet gets invented in Springfield?
In this week’s edition of New York Times’ “Modern Love” column, actress Maria Bello talked about coming out to her son and her family and incidentally came out to all of us at the same time!
“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.