“Being Queer is not about who you’re with, it’s about who you are.”
The queer aesthetic here is so strong and bold and aggressive. It looks you straight in the eye turns you queer. It’s a queer gorgon. It’s queer medusa.
Topics include Flint, the framing of a PTA mom, perfume, Roger Ailes, the true crime genre, the Upright Citizens Brigade, Miss America, domestic spheres, Winona Ryder and more!
This week I channel women in film/TV to navigate the comedy show, a rock concert and the sport bar.
“Girard’s writing is special in the way it speaks the language of our lived experience of moving through and within gender — inching, painfully slow, changeable, delightful, sexy, and made manifest in a thousand tiny ways, often between people and between words, unspoken.”
Find your next favorite bag, backpack tote or clutch in here.
This is a story centered around poor Black and Latinx communities, their struggles with institutional abandonment, and their journeys to self-love and empowerment.
“KT Tunstall is, it turns out, definitively straight. She is thankful for her lesbian following, but she’s not a lesbian. She kissed and possibly did other things with girls when she was young, and it was not “just a phase,” but also, at the same time, she is heterosexual.”
This is a happy story and also a sad story. Gilbert realized she was in love with her best friend, Rayya Elias, after Elias was diagnosed with liver and pancreatic cancer.
It’s called Buffering the Vampire Slayer and there’s gonna be original song recaps in each episode. It’s true!
Come for Tegan and Sara’s cats, stay for Danielle Brooks’ outfit.
The “Heathers” reboot has a genderqueer teen and a black lesbian Heather, Sarah Paulson’s bringing someone VERY special to the Emmys, everybody is gay, Last Tango in Halifax has a few regrets about burying their lesbians and more important pop culture stories for your head and heart!
She also identifies as “a Mary Ann.”
“I love girls. Or, you know what, i just love people. So that’s what it is. I don’t really categorize it, but if there was a category, I would probably be bisexual.”
This Labor Day Olivia Pope wants you to know it’s handled.
Jen Richards speaks out against Mark Ruffalo and Matt Bomer’s new film, Anything, in which (another) cis man plays a trans woman.
The 22-year-old beauty vlogger tells the world, “Just because you haven’t dated someone of the same sex does not mean you can’t be taken seriously as a bisexual.”
“I think I feel a little less desperation to be liked and a little more “fuck you if you don’t like me.” I think I enjoy flaunting my monstrousness.”
How did I, a girl growing up in 1970s New York City, relate to a drama about two women who fall in love during WWI? And, why has it remained with me for 40 years?
Handwriting doesn’t matter, punk and magic in art, preserving lesbian pulp fiction, breaking up with a bad book and more.