Ali’s Team Pick: this year Tilda Swinton will be sleeping in a box in the MoMA on random days at random times.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: An open call for LGBT artists, photographers, and sculptors in the New York City metropolitan area.
They never told us in school that Kahlo was bisexual and I feel conned by that, feel robbed by it. I’m proud of it.
“Rachel Maddow is actually really sweet in person. Like, really really sweet.”
Ali’s Team Pick: Ever want the entire text of a book on a tee shirt? How about on a poster? Me too! This is a thing I want! And Litographs can give it to me!
How to queer air mail and make your pen pal happy.
Queer photographers Yael Malkas and Cait Oppermann are going backpacking through Europe and making a queer photography book out of it. Help fund queer art!
If you’d been a lesbian art-lover in 1920’s London, you might have known this woman, sometimes called Timothy, sometimes called Peter.
This provocative and important exhibit is worth your time — even if it sorta leaves you out.
100 works of art by 100 queer artists to kick off Art Attack month. Representative of many medias and many nations and many brains.
The show is reopening and then moving to Tacoma in March. AND YOU SHOULD GO SEE IT.
This is an art attack. This is an art attack. This is NSFW Sunday Lesbosexy Art Attack!
This week on NSFW Sunday: getting off with butch tops, knowing about your vagina, and the TSA.
Carolyn’s Team Pick: Because challenging the dominant paradigm is a good thing.
“By focusing on one model per issue, I felt that I’d be able to really concentrate on the images and connect with the model on a deeper level.”
Rachel’s Team Pick: What if Missed Connections were REALLY PRETTY?
Be the change you wish to see in the world! And help this artist do the same.
What does an important person look like?
Rachel’s Team Pick: Look at this really cool thing that this person does with books!
Carmen’s Team Pick: “I challenge you to look into the faces of these people and tell them that they deserve less than any other human being.”