“That’s another thing I don’t miss about you: how you’ll interrupt strangers on the street if you think they’re blaspheming Harry Potter.”
Visibility for lesbian and queer couples is better than it’s ever been but still not as great and inclusive as it could be, which is why The Speakeasy took matters into our own hands.
What to do when you’re just not that into the girl you’ve been dating.
Grace: It’s fine.
Meg: It’s fine, everything’s fine, this is normal.
“Do you know what we were arguing over? Free food at the event we had just come from and the fact that you didn’t eat it and I did.”
Fiona: Some people are going to be upset by the suckling pig.
“Satisfactory social responses are often more obvious to nonautistic individuals. My behavior can be misinterpreted as ludicrous excuses or just being a jerk, when I’m simply lacking social knowledge.”
I realized that one of the hardest parts about accepting my sexual orientation was that I literally did not believe that Black women were lesbians, bisexuals, pansexuals, asexuals or queer. I want to see stories of Black women with happy endings that entwine with my own realities and fantasies. I want to see us Black women no longer the Unmentionables or Untouchables, unafraid of the power and beauty of us loving one another.
Should I just go to the bathroom and never come out? Should I fake a heart attack? Tell them I got my period and it’s just a beautiful MESS that I need to stop and worship?
“I am so alone please send cats”
Please don’t watch all of these in one day. You’ll die.
“At a meeting of Xena: Warrior Princess in Brazil”
So you fell in love with a girl and it upended your life with family, kids and religion. What now?
HEY this is an open thread! What are you doing tonight? What are you drinking? What are you watching? Get in here!
I can’t say any of us were thrilled to sign up, but we knew what we had to do: we had to sign up for a dating app and prepare to meet a lot of ladies… for science.
I Love You Queerly is a collaborative zine being sold for charity that celebrates queer expressions of love! It’s by queers, for queers, and for a good cause.
As you browse through the weighty stack of applications submitted by the many humans hoping to romance you, remember: journaling is hot.
Valentine’s Day e-cards that are as lesbian as you are.
Even if we can’t spring for round-trip tickets for two to a shared favorite destination or get enough time off work to visit for a long weekend, we can make it an adorable night.
A personalized playlist postcard is the perfect (alliterative!) Valentine’s Day gift for the queer who has everything!