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.
The League of Ladies was “born from a dissatisfaction of the portrayal of female superheroes and disempowering slogans on contemporary underwear.” The lookbook celebrates four historical heroines, including Frida Khalo and Harriet Tubman modelled by “real-life superheros” who embody and reflect the traits of the superheroines they are wearing.
This documentary about 13-year-old Mo’ne Davis and her 70mph fastball will make you cry and you should definitely watch it.
The band’s latest music video contains all the queers in blazers, “happy hard core” and awkward glances you’ll need for the week.
“Nicks dubbed the Haim trio her “sisters of the moon,” gifting them with matching moon pendants hanging on gold chains. I can’t make this shit up.”
The conference price tag is pretty hefty, and it can be a stretch to land in New York City on a budget because you want to light your inner fire with sage wisdom and motivational quips. But it’s okay! There’s a free stream of the whole thing!
Butche-Femme FaceOff sounds like the lesbian sequel to that insane John Travolta movie from the 90s. This isn’t that. It’s a discussion between badass queers on privilege and presentation. (I’d watch the hell out of that sequel tho.)
“That’s just my face penis.”
Left wanting more Words With Girls? We have some good news.
This is the OITNB spin-off I’m going to wait for for the rest of my life.
Chicago’s feminist sex shop has published a well-written guide to getting down for trans women and their partners, written by Rebecca Kling.
The Root released its annual list of notable African Americans, and of course it includes some of our favorite movers, shakers and heartbreakers.
Like those cheesy inspirational prints for your office buy way, way, way better.
After Tiller honors the legacy of Dr. Tiller’s work by following and documenting the stories of his colleagues who continue to, quite literally, risk their lives to serve their patients with compassion. The award-winning documentary is streaming online until October 1st.
Emerging artist Lowell’s “storied” past is a lot less important than her current catchy message of LGBT love and acceptance.
A picture of a Home Depot is worth a thousand words.