Happy Sunday! There is SO much good news this week including a queer disco playlist, sorority news, Black art, Ecuadorian drag, political Pride in Paris and even more!!!
A Massachusetts city has officially recognized polyamorous relationships; playing Animal Crossing with a buttplug; why “clean” is not a good metaphor for talking about STI status; and more.
On this July 4th weekend, the only appropriate celebration of freedom is a repeat of Juneteenth. I’ve always had a festive and carefree association with strawberries, plus everyone’s bomb-ass strawberry Juneteenth desserts inspired me to make this cream cheese strawberry pie with a coconut cookie crust.
Aiden contemplates what it means to identify with the phrase “Asians for Black Lives.”
Natalie would like a word about Kat’s new love interest and Valerie has some Happily Ever After feelings as In the Dark barrels toward its season two finale.
“How many people are in bed with Janelle Monáe?!”
On the eve of wealthy cis white men who made their money through slavery declaring independence for stolen land, this week’s Extra! Extra! takes a look at the state of democracy in the US and abroad. The news this week serves as a reminder of the ways that equality, freedom and the most basic of human rights remain out of reach for far too many people.
What’s up with you today? How’s your heart?
What do I say when I think my friend might be rushing into marriage? Trauma and opening up a relationship, exploring sexually with a long-term partner, feelings about a (possibly straight) quarantine crush, and more!
My chest continued to breathe new life, even when I was no longer alone. Physical affinity suddenly cropped up in corners I never anticipated.
Dee watched in awe as Rylen’s jaw and nose elongated into an animalistic snout. Thick, voluptuous, silver hair flowed from every pore of their body. From her intimate knowledge of their proclivity for pain, she knew it must have been an orgasmic experience.
Now is the time to seize the day and get lost in a Broadway musical streaming online. Some of them are streaming for free, even.
The problem with new anti-racist book clubs, 50 Black-owned bookstores to support, writing good sex scenes and more.
My family is part of the problem, but if I choose to just ignore this fact, do I become part of the problem too?
Narratives of violence and abuse are so familiar in our history and culture that we hardly notice them. Corinne Manning shares what it took to notice and transform these narratives in their own fiction and their story collection, We Had No Rules.
We deserve to laugh and swoon too!
Gender-affirming surgery during the pandemic, queer Midwestern authors, Maya Moore’s quest for justice, writing on how mutual aid works and more!
Trying to erase the past doesn’t HELP Black folks.
What’s new to stream this month on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu that also has lesbian, bisexual or queer women characters?
How many times have you heard that we’re “in a new world” recently? “Disability Visibility” challenges us to consider what a world with disability at its core can look like.