A farewell to Claire’s, the problem with parents writing about their autistic children, Puerto Rico, movie reviews from women only, feminist waves, dating while queer and black, and so much more!
“We gotta tell our shit. Can’t no one tell a black story, particularly a queer story, the way I can, because I see the God in us.”
Guess who’s back.
I have a very bad feeling about this.
Come have a farewell drink with me, friends.
Thunder’s theme song isn’t about her. It’s about us. It’s about a community of black women, about our magic. It’s about the lives we have lost. Our pain.
It’s kinda wild that we haven’t talked about “You Me Her” yet but listen, it’s never too late ’cause YMH is back for Season Three, and Emma has left her poly throuple and, consequently, her husband and her girlfriend Izzy, for a “dream lesbian life” in Seattle. OR HAS SHE.
Evan Rachel Wood talks to OUT about how her own experiences with abuse informed her role in “Allure,” VIDA kicks ass at SXSW and promises brown butch visibility, Kate McKinnon’s new spy movie, Eurovision’s Saara Aalto comes out as a lesbian and so many more important lesbian and bisexual pop culture stories!
With the winter portion of the fifth season firmly behind us, and only a three-episode special summer “goodbye” in our future, I can say confidently that The Fosters is coming back full circle. They have returned their focus to the family, and most importantly, to the best moms on television.
2 Flung 2 Furious
Sometimes you find yourself navigating the dreaded territory of a long distance relationship.
Also, Evan Rachel Wood is bisexual underground and Kristin Russo became a vapelord.
AllGo is a review platform created by a queer fat woman where people of size can give and receive information about the comfort and accessibility of public spaces.
If “oh yeah I should probably join A+” has crossed your mind at some point and you’ve not taken action on it, today’s your day! We’ve got so many reasons why, including this awesome sticker sheet we’re giving out to new Bronze, Silver and Gold members!
Recently we’ve had queer women in Jessica Jones and Marvel’s Runaways, but Marvel and DC’s cinematic universes are still disturbingly straight.
My first vibrator sucked; here’s how to make sure yours doesn’t.
Who wants to fight!
“So tell me why my gods look like you, and tell me why it’s wrong,” King Princess sings to the woman of her affection, promising to keep praying to her and loving her. This is a song about an aching, yearning love that is scared to speak itself out loud but bold enough to keep on loving.
Mr. Rogers some more, Tamagotchis, Facebook yikes, Louise Slaughter, Austin bombings, queer at BYU, Marielle Franco, saving “One Day at a Time” and so much more!
The activist/actress made her announcement this afternoon via Twitter.