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.
“Suddenly, her interlaced hand is being shaken up and down and all around, causing her snap-button Western shirt not to slide off her shoulder at all because it’s all buttoned up.”
“Let’s call her BOTUS. Is this how the Illuminati works? I’ve always been confused about the Illuminati thing.”
Since her failed bid in 2007, I’ve been ready for Hillary. But even more importantly, I’ve been ready to raid the Ready for Hillary online store.
“America’s Broken Prison System is brought to you by decades of neglect, a lack of political courage, and a generous donation of the geo group, as well as viewers like you.”
They wear mustaches and snapbacks. I really don’t know what else we could ask for from the universe.
MEGAN RAPINOE IS NOT WEARING ANY CLOTHES. I REPEAT, NO CLOTHES AT ALL.
dapperQ just came out with their second list of 100 most stylish individuals, and boy, does it deliver on the dapper!
I’m so over lists reinforcing the idea that a women’s primary value is as an aesthetic object — but actually, I think McMullen has successfully combated that here. Yes, these women are being described as “sexy,” but it’s an inclusive, stereotype-busting sexy.
Lorraine Hansberry’s lists of stuff she Liked, Hated and was Bored to Death With puts everyone currently working in the list business to shame.
Mey! Aja! Bevin! We love you so much, you fierce femmes!