Let’s talk about how you can work for equality in your workplace, school, neighborhood or life.
More of our lives are lived digitally by the day, and it’s time to start thinking about what happens to all this when we die: do we want it to go to someone else, to be erased, or to remain indefinitely in the ether(net)?
Dr. Ben Barres, an openly trans scientist, is on a mission to end gender discrimination in the sciences.
For a long, long time I’ve loved princess movies, but I always wished there were more princesses like me. Well, with Princess Princess, I’ve finally found some.
What if you’re feeling fancy and/or just don’t want to think up things you’ve never done? There’s an app for that! Meet Gay Never Have I Ever for iPhone and iPad.
Often, we feel we have to keep our science self and our queer self separate, but this is the perfect space to merge them. Let’s talk about coming out in the science fields!
Brittani and Kim Stolz will be joining the HuffPost Live team for a new segment that recaps the week in gay. Tune in today at 4:45pm ET.
Even though we’re dealing with robots, dragons and multiple dimensions, Decrypting Rita is fundamentally about queer nerds.
Sarah Prager created Quist to make navigating our past a little bit easier.
Thanks to a team of researchers at Cambridge University, cat dander’s days of ruining dates and eliminating roommates may be numbered.
Six kickass women of color from three sci-fi TV shows you should know but maybe don’t.
“It’s important not just to have characters that challenge ideas about gender and sex, but to also have them in realistic settings.”
“I’ve been doing this shit for half a damn decade, and I honestly couldn’t tell you how any of it happened.”
Rose’s Team Pick: Hollaback! is using comics to educate both men and women about how to respond to harassment. And you can help fund it!
Once upon a time in a land far far away, lesbians found the internet and covered it with rainbows!
Vanessa’s Team Pick: F to 7th is “a homoneurotic web series about Ingrid Jungermann and her descent into lesbian middle age,” it’s really funny, has awesome guest stars and I think you need to watch it.
Five recently-published articles from the mainstream including “I’m a lesbian who loves Channing Tatum” and “My Lady-Date Is Hotter Than Me And I’m Trying To Be An Adult About It.”
Rachel’s Team Pick: Editor Real Talk is back, and possibly even better!