“Queercrip sex has the potential to boldly shape alternative erotic environments for fucking, loving and pleasuring that shake up notions of who and what is sexy, what is sexual and what counts as “sex” at all.”
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the revolutionarily boring queer TV storylines of the year.
This should keep your brain busy for quite some time.
There were some moments of anti-racist creativity that were so sublime, I’d like to take a moment to honor them. These are the top ten moments of radical art or artful activism that I encountered in my own little world this year.
Hellcat, Lumberjanes, Bitch Planet, Ms. Marvel, Moon Girl and more of my favorite comics from this past year!
You might be saying, “Brittani! Why is that fun?” And to that I say, I am a gender non-conforming black lesbian. If I couldn’t find fun in being the underdog, I wouldn’t be able to get out of bed in the morning.
In which y’all love lists and scissoring.
In 2015 we’ve met or got reacquainted with some extremely hot masculine-of-center women or otherwise identified queers. Here’s 10 sexy studs worth swooning over.
These women mounted movements, won awards, told important stories, and otherwise shook the sh*t out of this planet in 2015.
“I love emojis,” I babbled at an attractive friend as we walked. “They’re either very clever or entirely inscrutable. Which is how I’d like to be at all times.”
All these games elicited a “hnnnnngggg” noise from me, whether I played them or I just want to play them. What’s on your 2015 Hnnnnngggg List?
It was a great year for gay marriage, especially if you were invited to one of these fabulous, totally sweet lesbian weddings.
The season for all cranberry everything is so short, but so sweet (and tart!). Here’s 35 ways to enjoy cranberries while they’re available!
We’ve finally arrived at a place where we have enough queer characters on TV to fight about them. What a time to be alive!
Giftwrapping, keeping plants alive, not screwing up your meatloaf, ending phone conversations and more!
Join us as we celebrate Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli, Hannah Hart and Ingrid Nilsen and a host of other women who the press believe to be verrrry good friends.
I’ve had more than my fill this year of heartbreaking commentary about the movement for women’s rights from people I assumed were, well, on my level. And the one thing which unites them all is that they’re white women, and their comments exemplify what’s wrong with White Feminism.
Let’s see how the year 2015 was for women in comics and what we can hope for in 2016 (I’m mainly hoping for more queer comics).
We were lucky enough to peep Transparent season two ahead of time, and Jill Soloway’s family drama continues to provide complex and meaningful queer narratives with touches of humor and warmth.
Read these f*cking books.