The lines between friendship and romance blur in this indie comedy that’s about to take film festivals by storm.
“Start-up culture is odd. There’s a lot that I struggle with — it’s not something particularly designed for anyone who isn’t already privileged. It’s hard to go into it without a safety net. There’s a certain element of romanticizing struggle that is hard to internalize as a woman, a queer woman, and/or a woman of color. “
A university student feels pressure to be perfect but finds refuge in the Australian fetish scene.
The film festival was not as gay as hoped, and it turns out I’m still not cynical enough to not cry when ladyqueers say “I do.”
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Sundance was SUPER FUCKING GAY THIS YEAR, YOU GUYS. Let’s talk about the best queer films.
Talking Pictures is a movie interruption that capitalizes on how awful/awesome queer movies can be. Featuring Hannah Hart, DeAnne Smith, Brittani Nichols and Carly Usdin.
“An LA family with serious boundary issues have their past and future unravel when a dramatic admission causes everyone’s secrets to spill out.”
Get ready to launch into a sci-fi future on film, as imagined by queers of color! Watch those films online and check out Sistah Sinema’s upcoming Valentine’s Day screenings.
Call your girlfriend and grab your favorite vegan gluten-free snacks!
What if everyone really was gay? Movies would be so much better, that’s what.
What’s funnier than Riese, Laneia, and Rachel discussing awful gay movies by themselves? Riese, Laneia, and Rachel discussing awful gay movies with Mallory and Nicole from The Toast!
If you’re looking for a primer in all the ways that modern media is still failing queers, this film is a good start.
Most people who love this movie would never categorize it as gay, but that’s just because they don’t watch it with hopeful queer eyes.
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?.
This week, OINTB continues a takeover while Michelle Tea keeps on being amazing.
While queer visibility is rising in Bollywood films, there is still a long ways to go for queer women.
Breaking the Girls is not the kind of movie where you are going to see RuPaul in short-shorts. Not unless RuPaul’s corpse is in short-shorts when they find him floating facedown in a SoCal jacuzzi.
Despite worries that its content would turn off judges, an explicit lesbian romance took the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival.
You can watch Wolfe Video’s Mosquita y Mari right here right now! Oh the feelings.