“Love in partnership as colonized/racialized bodies is courageously undressing the walls we have built to survive and showing others the chaos that war has left behind.”
“There’s nothing more I want to remember than every moment and sensation we shared. Our grinding hips at Queer Cumbia, feeling your drunken sweat drip onto my freshly implanted tits. The way we sloppily made out and smeared our red and burgundy lips all over our mouths, noses, forehead, and neck.”
It was the end of my innocence when I realized that being Black or being Queer in this country could get you killed. This was the time before Hurricane Katrina, before 9/11, before Ferguson. Before. Before. Before.
In honor of celebrating Latinxs during Hispanic Heritage Month, Autostraddle curated a collection of essays by lesbian, bisexual, queer and trans Latina and Latinx writers to showcase our experiences, our pulse.
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.”
He shouted “Repent” since the sign was not sufficient, I guess. I found myself going up to him while topless Amazons danced in his face. I found myself going up to him to say this: “I love you. I have nothing but love for you.” I couldn’t help myself.
What do donor kebab, shawarma and tacos al pastor all have in common?
Today, Queen of My Heart and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Stephanie Beatriz took to Twitter to confirm that she likes girls!
First Girl I Loved doesn’t reach the heights it aspires to, but it’s so much better than the sad (and just plain bad) movies we’re used to seeing about queer teens.
Escúchame for Orlando is “a place for queer Latinxs to come together and let our voices be heard about the massacre in the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. This is an anonymous space because whether you’re out to the whole world, or just to yourself, you deserve to be heard.”
Here are just a few of the many, many LGBTQ Latinxs in our community who are speaking up and speaking out to make sure that queer Latinxs are not erased.
“I’ve been waking up just as the sun rises lately, and it allows me to feel like I have a life outside of my daily commitments. This is when I can check in with myself.”
We’re talking to Gabby Rivera about her debut novel “Juliet Takes a Breath”! We talk about subtleties in Latinx media representation, queer community, forgiveness and, of course, Lil’ Melvin.
You can totally read Gabby Rivera’s debut novel “Juliet Takes A Breath” right now! Join us for another fantastic Autostraddle Book Club.
For me, making tamales is a way for me to connect with my mother, to feel like her daughter, and to take parts of herself that she’s passing down and make them a part of myself.
As much as I read about ‘Latinxs,’ I couldn’t fully grasp how to explain its usage to others or the importance of it, until this response piece from the news site, Latino Rebels.
In central and south Texas, the breakfast taco is worshipped and for good reason. Here’s a little history of the breakfast taco, some of my favorite breakfast taco ingredients and a recipe for potato and egg tacos!
Where did the taco come from? From the Aztecs to silver mines in Mexico to the Taco Bell founder, these are some big moments in taco history.
In the very first edition of a biweekly column all about tacos, Yvonne writes about her personal connection to the delicious, Mexican super food and her search for damn good tacos far away from home.
Jovana Luna, a trans Latina activist, suddenly passed away, a new startup wants to help trans people find trusted doctors, a historic Baptist church agrees to not discriminate based on sexual orientation and gender identity and more news.