Sexy poetry, slow reading, an independent bookstore road trip, new old classic YA and more.
There’s something strange about ending a journal.
Pioneers Press was a sponsor for A-Camp 5.0 and we love them so so much! Come on in and find a new favorite zine to ease you into autumn.
Saturday, September 20th, “Words With Girls” is premiering at HBO/BET’s Urbanworld Festival in New York.
This is the OITNB spin-off I’m going to wait for for the rest of my life.
“The show that likely influenced my decision to write was Boy Meets World, because when it started, I literally didn’t understand that it was scripted. I thought some kid named Cory Matthews had people follow him around all day and film his life.”
We’ve got a genderqueer lead, an intersex teenager, multiple shows headlined by women of color, the first ever recurring lesbian woman of color character in a primetime network superhero series and SO MUCH MORE!
Yeah right, like she WASN’T going to drink for those 48 hours of freedom.
Lesbian relationship comedy, WORDS WITH GIRLS, premieres on ColorCreative.tv September 23rd.
At the end of the day it’s all bout the lumps.
Topics include horror in New Orleans, late ’70s gay life in Kansas, family farming, turning 14 in Cincinnati, Teach for America and more!
Some funny stuff, some serious stuff, and some funny yet serious stuff. A moody party, indeed.
Everyone’s favorite Gotham City Detective will be a regular on the hotly anticipated new show from Fox.
Are the pages of your journals festooned with book titles? Mine are.
For 24 hours, watch Maki’s video only here on Autostraddle dot com as part of Patchwork, a series exploring trans lives in Britain.
But if you aren’t naturally masculine leaning in your sartorial choices, how do you let everyone know about your lady loving? What if all you want to do is wear traditionally “femme” clothing?
Like those cheesy inspirational prints for your office buy way, way, way better.
A reinvention of Guerrilla Queer Bar, Pop-Up Gay Bar aims to create new LGBT spaces, one bar and one night at a time.
We’ve got the trailer and the scoop on what we can expect from Faking It’s second season. For example, Amy’s hair is still gonna look really cute.
Sometimes Shutterstock is a helpful provider of generalized stock imagery, but mostly it’s an endless fount of smiling white women, confusion and horror.