Alana gets one step closer to getting murdered on Hannibal, Stef and Lena are finally okay on The Fosters, Caitlyn deals with the family fall out of her Vanity Fair interview on I Am Cait, and more queer TV you may have missed!
“It was more like breaking off a cast than ripping off a Band Aid. In a mound of gauze and drape, I buried the certain kind of girl I could no longer relate to.”
In honor of our new Witch Hunt column, let’s talk about Hogwarts’ favorite gal pals.
Topics include Issa Rae, mistreatment of workers on H-2 visas, the disaster rescue business, Nevada, Tinder, Hiroshima, the women assaulted by Bill Cosby and more!
I have put together a mix that spans genres but never stops screaming “BBQ, Y’ALL!” Which is key, I think.
Ten outfits (+ a bonus from Jenna Lyons) to make you want to wear all white before Labour Day, and long after.
Outside Lands: It’s chilly, there are trees, there’s great music and delicious food. You should go.
We’re kicking off a new beauty column, Hard Lacquer, with summer heat in mind — Aja’s tested and reviewed nine mascaras so you sirens don’t have to!
What It Feels Like for a Girl centers on two 13-year-olds who meet in gym class: the narrator, addressed in a piercing second person that has the effect of melding our stories with hers, and precocious Angel, who guides her through a labyrinth of sexual exploration via magazines and videos.
“I think in three or four years, there are going to be a whole lot more people who don’t think it’s necessary to figure out if you’re gay or straight.”
We learn who A is… but the transphobic trope reinforced by the summer finale is the show’s most disappointing reveal yet.
People with a thing to say today include the lesbians of “Masters of Sex,” Kristen Stewart, Miley Cyrus, Naya Rivera, Chely Wright and Lily Tomlin. Plus, lots of news about the future!
Janelle Monáe on a giant swan, Samantha Ronson’s birthday surprise and a very provocative painting of some clowns.
Yup, we found 100 films for lesbian, bisexual and queer women that are good enough for one of our most epic lists of all time.
“Faking It” returns August 31st, and everybody is still lying, just about different stuff. (Also: SPOILER ALERT)
We hope you and your gal pals enjoy these songs on your Thelma and Louise-esque roadtrip, wherein you play by your own rules, take no prisoners and bring out the best in each other.
In a multigenerational, transcontinental tale, Bright Lines weaves together issues of gender and sexuality across cultures, migration, in/dependence, family secrets, conflict and tragedy, and well, botany.
Brenna kisses her best friend on Chasing Life, Audrey gets interrogated on Scream, Gretchen continues to be a superhero on Complications, and I Am Cait really is great.
“These people need to be acknowledged for the role they played. And that they existed! It’s so important that they at least realized that Marsha and Sylvia existed and that they did so much to help the community.”
In which things start falling apart.