Jeanette Winterson and personal growth, weeding out books and library collections, whether or not copy editing is dead and more.
This week on Faking It, everybody has a great time at Game Night and Karma gets very jealous about the new girl in town!
The Lexa Pledge will make sure Lexa didn’t die in vain, Steven Universe’s gayest episode is getting its own book, The Fosters is on Netflix now, Gillian Anderson wants to talk to you about her bisexuality, and so much more pop culture news!
“If you were hoping for some sort of visual depiction of that classically gay narrative in their eagerly anticipated video for ‘Boyfriend,’ released this morning on Pitchfork, that’s not what you’ll find.”
Once again, some dude wants to know why he can’t be Ellen Page’s boyfriend. Also, Janelle Monae reflects upon bike rides with Prince, Gabby Rivera looks generally amazing and there’s a lot of cats. Does Ruby Rose even know how to skateboard?
The stories of 10 American women who fundamentally altered history simply by showing up and working like hell — in their own words.
Boxed In will make you feel known, and it looks like Callie and Arizona are headed to court to brawl over Sofia in the next episode of Grey’s Anatomy.
All the songs you’ll need to create a magical atmosphere during your romantic evening at the roller rink. Spandex bodysuit not included.
On WWE superstar Chyna, her impact on young girls who grew up watching her, and what the media fails to note about her legacy in light of her recent passing.
“The Gutsy Girl” is part memoir, part instruction manual, part unbelievable true adventure tale. It’s also a New York Times bestseller, which gives a hint about how ready we all are for a no-holds-barred hurrah for bravery now that we’ve integrated the term “impostor syndrome” into our mental catalogue of what’s holding us back.
Person of Interest really, truly is going gay. Orphan Black’s fourth season continues to be spectacular. Brittani Nichols is in a new series on IFC. Raven-Symone returns to Black-ish. And even more queer TV!
Topics include Tonya / Marcia / Monica / Anita, true crime TV, sugar, marijuana, Ben & Jerrys, rape culture, identity clickbait, Lifetime and more!
Brace yourselves for a little makeover! As your beauty editor, I often want to be able to take a closer, deeper look at products and stories I don’t want anyone to miss, and today is the day we’re doing that!
“Prince — the musician, the icon, the gender-bending dreamboat — taught me that the best and only thing I can be is exactly whatever I am. It doesn’t have to make sense to anyone else as long as it keeps me alive and sparkling.”
You drag your limp body as penance from the bed into the kitchen to pray at its effervescent, sodium-free altar — but the gods are not pleased. The last La Croix is gone.
This week on “Faking It,” everybody goes to a haunted hook-up party and it turns out Amy isn’t the only lady-loving lady in Hester High. Also, the mid-season trailer teases some girl-on-girl action.
Topics include 55 LGBT Power Couples, Janet Mock in People’s Most Beautiful Issue, all the rad new TV shows a freshly feminist Lifetime channel is making for you, a film called “Women Who Kill” that sounds f*cking spectacular and so much more!
A dispatch from Coachella about Kirsten Stewart and Soko, Hari Nef wants to talk about hair removal, Jiz Lee on a car and Ellen Page is on a road trip.
Warland, and Oscar of Between, is refreshingly unconcerned with being there already. Instead, she deep-dives into the potency of occupying transitional spaces, the beauty of being in-between.
Ruby and Dorothy smooch on Once Upon a Time, Haught gets closer to Waverly on Wynonna Earp, and where the heck is Luisa?