Kehlani really is a lesbian, just to be EXTRA CLEAR, queer Asians making their own community spaces for to love and protection, and meet the Instagram account dedicated to queer Arab history and pop culture.
Margaret Cho joins Good Trouble for the season 3A finale, as Alice faces down her dreams and fears and makes the hardest decision she’s ever faced.
I Still Can’t Believe is a new TV Team series where we remember the things happened on television that baffle us — in good and bad ways — to this very day.
Am I excited for the backdrops of my stories to vary? To have more sex? To meet people in real life? To fuck a couple and leave? To fly to a new place and stay? Of course. But do I think my emotional behavior is going to be changed by my second vaccine? Unlikely.
In upstate New York, a nursing home eviction due to a debt has indefinitely separated two women’s enduring love by 80 miles.
This is a We Are Watching Eliza Bright appreciation post. Plus: reading in the morning, the collapse of the dream of eternity, learning queer community and more.
“Junior, you’ve learned more about social justice in the first nine years of your life than —”
Alex and Lena make some crazy science together on Lena’s first official day as a SuperFriend.
“Everytime a healthcare provider said it to me, it came out of their mouth like that SpongeBob meme. LiStEn tO yOuR bOdY. Well, and I was tired of hearing what my body had to say.”
Margaret Cho on Good Trouble’s season finale, Ginny & Georgia is a go for season two, lesbos on this Spanish teen soap, Pose begins its victory lap, and more!
When the strap acts up it now goes back into the “STRAP PACK.” Also — how do you act with your best friends because I feel like I’m doing it wrong?
Don’t let Derek Chauvin be the “one bad apple” in the bunch. The entire system is corrupt. It’s broken. One ruling doesn’t change that. The smallest, tiniest slice of justice doesn’t change that.
“I was very turned on by the concept as I have made very public that I am on the hunt for a Taurus wife.”
Finally, feminist sci-fi that doesn’t shy away from exploring the abuse and lasting trauma of coercive control.
Billed as artcore fetish film and “a creative love affair between modern kink and vintage cult cinema,” Mondo Fetiche’s popping color palettes and self-aware cultural pastiches add a fascinating new layer to the vintage leather aesthetic many of us associate with queer kink. There’s plenty of leather, don’t worry about that – and there’s also babygirl femme tea parties, lesbian soccer scenes on a DIY field, and queer porn tributes to the femdom art of Namio Harukawa.
You do not need to feel guilty about the ways you’re hurting.
In this week’s Batwoman recap, Ryan and Sophie’s inevitable journey from frenemies to lovers continues!
“We Are Watching Eliza Bright” is a direct response to GamerGate… and a searing indictment of the political nightmare it foreshadowed.
The Hierophant urges us to let the things that we are sure of settle into our blood and our bones, even as we dream of the stars and the secrets that surround us. We keep moving forward, even as we find solid tethers to our past and allow there to be ambiguity in our future.
Welcome to the show where you write the show! Also, Ma Rainey racks up at the Dorian Awards, the best Korrasami episodes of The Legend of Korra, In The Heights is headed to Tribeca, and more!
“I usually have an anxious attachment style, and it has moved toward becoming more secure during the pandemic, but that could shift again as we start to spend more time apart. I’m anticipating having to check in with myself about those things. I’m anticipating change in general, but after a year that included a lot of monotony, I’m not scared of change. Bring it on tbh.”