Part sapeur, part Janelle Monae, a recent spread from Blackattitude titled “Dandy Queens” is down-right stunning.
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.
Meow and cry at the same time while kneading your dumb little paws, until you deplete your owner’s sleep meter and wake her up!
Celebrate five years of everyone being just so gay with Julia Nunes, Jenny Owen Youngs, Allison Weiss, Jukebox the Ghost, Vivek Shraya and more.
Everything is awesome! This could be a real thing if 10,000 people vote for it!
Are you ready to painstakingly examine the psychological profile of every character Winona Ryder has ever played?
This just in: THIS JUST OUT.
The web series, which premiered Thursday, will give the queer community space to tell its own stories about gender, sexuality and more.
“This is a Valentine for people whose stories haven’t yet been told.”
In the latest episode, DeAnne talks to Autostraddle’s NSFW Editor and Springsteenian-in-Residence Carolyn about the worst sex she’s ever had, her zine Lesbian Sexting, and where she goes to consume information on the Internet.
I’m still not entirely clear on what a rehearsal dinner is and what gets rehearsed there and whether it’s a must-have, and that’s just one of many wedding things that’ll keep me awake tonight. So that’s why I’ve fallen hopeless in love with H&H Weddings, a website that “is dedicated to providing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender couples with high-end resources to plan and create a one-of-a-kind event.”
A short documentary about one of the most badass pioneering women in computer science? Directed by Gillian Jacobs? I’m here for that, and I feel like you are too.
It’s a 24-hour streaming extravaganza! Which like, I’m convinced is something you’re into.
In one way, it is incredible that something like this didn’t exist before. In another way, it is all too regrettable that something like this is so dearly needed.
I’ve already watched this video about 50 times.
Now pass the tofurkey and shut the fuck up, uncle Ned!
The Orange is the New Black cast is putting a very Litchfield spin on “The 12 Days of Christmas.”
Their philosophy is one of the best I’ve ever heard: “Don’t change just because your body does.”
Don’t get a bad reputation this Election Day. VOTE, DAMN IT.
“Live from Lombard” is a one panel comic about a depressed lesbian named Blair by comedian Mo Welch.