We’ve got 82 Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer-ish Netflix TV shows streaming right now on the very internet you’re reading!
Let’s remind the world that queerdos own the witching hour with creative, utterly adorable couples and throuples costumes.
Arlan Hamilton was truly delighted to join us for the most depressing “L Word” episode so far. It was really good but also like… really sad. But it didn’t stop Helena from going on three dates in one day!
What’s up with your Venus, what happens in couples’ therapy, what to wear to break up with your partner and more!
Dua Saleh with a new music video, a new Netflix food show with TWO queer women, twerking on Lizzo, Twitches, and more!
Being queer is being free.
It’s officially the time of year when comfort and coziness are the only thing on my mind.
From the crucial necessity of giving Black trans women a platform to speak to the legacy of the fight for marriage equality to the urgency of addressing FOSTA/SESTA, six takeaways from last night’s Presidential Town Hall.
Plus updates on: American Horror Story, Almost Family, Why Women Kill, and How To Get Away With Murder!
It seems like Halloween songs – or, just, spooky, creepy pop songs in general – are having a comeback! What’s your favorite?
Butch pregnancy, presenting as bisexual, sober safe spaces, a Lisa Frank bathroom, the Voting Rights Act, Chani Nicholas, and so much more! Just, really a lot.
Fanservice at its finest!
“Is there anything gayer than inventing AI in your basement so you have someone to talk to about your ex?”
Topics include John Updike, fraternities, ThirdLove, writing about yr life, Lilith Fair, Balloon Boy, coincidence, Heteropessimism and so much more!
Halloween reading, all the new (and forthcoming!) Carmen Maria Machado, women reclaiming anger and more.
“Swaddled in cardigans, ensconced in sweaters— Mommis are at their most powerful when the temperature drops below 70 degrees. In their honor, here is a fall fashion guide that will allow you to usurp some of their power for your own!”
The show’s season four premiere serves as a Luke Perry tribute and a reminder of the compelling themes pulsating beneath Riverdale’s chaos.
If you want to catch the attention of a Virgo in your life, you might find the following phrases to be useful: “What if we get up early and clean your bathroom?,” “I need your advice,” and “Will you edit this for me?” (The advice, like that in the present paragraph, will just as often be unsolicited.)
Plus! A queer Christmas romcom, a masc black lesbian lead in Lena Waithe’s Twenties, new teasers for She-Ra and Steven Universe, Kate McKinnon as Elizabeth Warren, and this Ellen/George Bush mess.
In a literary and historicist sense, Dante’s Divine Comedy was a mulit-volume narrative poem that advanced some notable theological suppositions about the afterlife; in another, more honest sense, though, it’s about what a fucking unreal silver fox Linda Hamilton is.