Kristen Stewart’s long history of playing moody teenagers, the casts of Hamilton and The Nanny reunited and it feels so good, here’s what your favorite TV characters might do during a pandemic, what the hell is Quibi, and more!
This week’s Extra! Extra! COVID-19 offers a case-by-case look at how the pandemic is playing out in different parts of the world. Please join the conversation with stories from around the world that interested you in the comments.
11 poems of varying lengths that you can read to your lesbian lover with that expensive wood wick candle flickering on the bedside table.
The basic mitzvah of Passover is to eat the Bread of Affliction, so let’s lean into the ancestral trauma and make our own matzo.
The wild ride of Season Four has left the station and these out of context screencaps
Happy Sunday! We’ve got so many queer clubs for you to visit in your jammies, movie news, history lessons, feminist art talks and more!
Dating in quarantine, orgies in isolation, everyone is hornier in the spring. (Usually.)
The bestselling author has written over 100 books and she’s been living happily with her partner, Trish, for 18 years.
All the Spring TV coming up definitely or probably queer this March, April and May — lesbian and bisexual female characters and non-binary people investigating murders, surviving post-apocalyptic frozen tundras, skateboarding in New York City and so much more!
“Turn your mic on!”
Plus: “How to Get Away with Murder” returns for its final episodes ever, and we’re still #HornyForMermaids on “Sirens.”
It’s been a long week, you guys. This week’s Extra! Extra! covers all the news you didn’t even know was happening.
This is just a handful of the things that have made me smile and cackle while my phone is propped up against the toaster while I’m standing over the stove eating hamburger helper in my panties (the lasagna one SLAPS).
When Saturn moved into Aquarius on March 21, society began to look to the future and collective ways of thinking and living.
“2020 has been full of unexpected plot twists but Mel and Sue teaming up as contract killers has got to be up there.”
Evergreen State tech entrepreneur Robbi Katherine Anthony is one of the people hoping to solve the struggles that exist for transgender individuals in the 21st century. Billed as the gender transition app, her company Solace was launched at last year’s LGBTQIA Hackathon in Austin, Tex.
Both light and heavy, dark and redeeming, this book is sure to be a comfort and resource for many, as we try to bridge the growing gap between “coastal elites” and “flyover states.”
LeVar Burton is bringing back Reading Rainbow when we need it most, remembering lesbian singer Lesley Gore and the anthem that powered “The First Wives Club,” and friends don’t let friends cross picket lines.
Earlier this week, I was simply couldn’t cook another meal. In an effort to spice things up when a restaurant date night is so far out of the question, I decided to rebrand the random shit in our fridge as a “tasting menu” — complete with wine pairings.
One place that I have found comfort before and continue to find it now is in poetry, the words of others who have experienced and seen unspeakable things and come out on the other side. I hope you can find some comfort in them, too.