Okay, the most important thing you need to know is that there’s a bedazzled plush vagina costume in the first two minutes of Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf?.
The East Coast’s largest anime convention had everything an anime fan could want, including some interesting conversations about representation of women in anime.
They had to show gamers why something like this needed to exist. More than that, they had to show the world why something like this needed to exist.
The Welcoming Committee is queering yet another undisclosed Boston location, and you should definitely go.
It’s the 2013 Teen Choice Awards, hosted by Pretty Little Liars’s Lucy Hale and Glee’s Darren Criss!
“I just need to hit you with this,” said the woman at the door. She held up a rubber stamp and I held out my hand. “Well, not hit you hit you. But it is that kind of party.”
It’s the most delicious time of year! You should join your local Straddlers for some 3D brunchy realness.
Queer musician Xoe Wise is launching her new EP this Thursday. You should totally go. I’m gonna tell you why.
Come be gay in the Bronx with me on Saturday!
Come hang out with other Autostraddlers in NYC and witness Julie Goldman being hilarious! Discounted tickets! Priority seating!
HI STRADDLERS WHO LIVE IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA. ARE YOU OUT THERE? I AM COMING TO VISIT NEXT WEEK AND I WANNA MEET YOU.
This one time Gabby, Ali and Vanessa all went to The Lesbian Love Octagon, in New York City and then we all got together at a bar and, over Red Stripe, hashed out some of the finer points on our feelings.
Free cocktails, a workshop on kink, and YOU. NYC, June 20. See you there.
The stories told through this play are a fascinating insight into Susan Sontag’s life, as well as queer history. If you are in New York it is definitely worth checking out.
Come have dinner with me and the One Table crew in Brooklyn! Chef Ashley Merriman will be there! We love her.
Alex, Riese, Marni and Mary hit up the GLAAD Awards in San Francisco last night and spent lots of quality time with Adam Lambert, Brittney Griner, Mel B & Jessica Clark!
This play kicks the living crap out of you while asking you to acknowledge the softest, sweetest, most vulnerable human parts of this world, and then it kicks you some more. I loved it.
“I think the way I felt here pretty much summarizes what Brooklyn Zine Fest is all about: the feeling that I have found my people.”
“I could almost hear them thinking, “Is this really happening?” I know this because at some point, I started watching the audience to make sure I wasn’t hallucinating.”
We hit up possibly the most star-studded GLAAD Awards of all time this weekend and chatted with Beth Ditto. Jennifer Lawrence, Charlize Theron, Drew Barrymore, Bill Clinton and Naya Rivera were there for the gays!