The sunglasses! The crop tops! The Timberlands! The neon! Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” is what little me thought slumber parties would be like when I grew up, now with 100 percent more femme4femme glory.
GAYmous’ new video has everything: crystals, spells, tarot, candles, bondage, glitter, and hot femme on femme action.
A homosexy lesbionic experience that takes us right back to t.A.T.u., and this time with no weird schoolgirl outfits.
Julia Weldon made this enormously gay video just in time for Pride, and she wants to share it with you.
The earth is aflame for the Nicki/Bey friendship canon. “Feeling Myself” delivers all the goods: cheeseburgers, bamboo earrings and Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé at their absolute best.
Remember when suddenly OLIVIA BENSON showed up though
Alynda Lee Segarra’s voice is like dark chocolate with sea salt. Her politics make my heart beat faster than a KitchenAid stand mixer. Her lyrics are pointed as star anise, and powerful as ghost pepper. I could go on, but I’m getting hungry. Just watch.
Cara Delevingne is funny, a video about gender roles, the Grumpy Cat movie trailer, and a Serial parody party to soothing sounds.
Rita Volk is having some feelings about bisexuality while Kimiko Glenn from OITNB parties with Marcel the Shell and Mary Lambert.
The band’s latest music video contains all the queers in blazers, “happy hard core” and awkward glances you’ll need for the week.
A new “Broad City” webseries, the ever popular “Carmilla,” a “Key and Peele” sketch and a music video from a NY-based queer duo are keeping this video party diverse.
“Bang Bang” loses to HAIM in a video off while Hannah Hart tries to figure out if you’re gay and Amy Poehler has a serious conversation with Jon Stewart in the corner of this party.
Local Bay Area band GAYmous launched their first ever music video last week, and it’s basically the most awesome thing ever.
Katy Perry has once again offended a whole mess of people, to the surprise of absolutely nobody.
As a teenager, I reeled from the shift in the how society now viewed me: as a collection of body parts for anyone and everyone to comment on. Today, watching my teenage sister on social media gives me hope.
Like you needed another excuse to keep listening to Beyoncé.
“Pump it, crank it, spin it / I’mma get Ani DiFrank for a minute”
Nuns, Spice Girls, Chicago lesbians, and sidekicks throw a party with maximum energy.
Sounds like a list but this is still a video party with a couple of webseries, some poetry, and a music video with lesbians.
Talk me down.