Tia’s a complete scene stealer. She’s defies so many boxes or tropes of what we’ve been programmed to expect from a black lesbian on TV.
“I came to you in a state of exhaustion with all these things that have been weighing on me for so long and I wanted to find a way to celebrate myself.”
Melanie was born on August 5, 1982. I know this because I fell in love with her in fifth grade.
New showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan chatted about The L Word: The New Class for the first time with Lesley Goldberg at the Hollywood Reporter about her hopes and dreams for the reboot.
If you are seeking wise, wholesome advice about heartbreak, this is admittedly not the right place to find it today.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that if you’re dating in any way, shape or form right now, the topic is going to come up and people you probably want to have sex with are going to care about where the planets were on the day you were born.
According to our Lesbian Stereotypes Survey, y’all have overwhelmingly short nails and also a lot of you play the piano?
It’s Valentine’s Day in National City, which brings us a new potential beau for Alex, more reasons to love Nia, and a breakup we’ve all been waiting for.
A lot to do about romantic comedies as a lifestyle, forgetting how to read, Sharon Mattes has died, Indiana is sooooooo pious, how the children of anti-vaxxers are coping now, and so much more!
Gay parents are the best parents, even cartoons know it’s true.
The birthdays we still remember, even though that person isn’t around anymore, and will just keep thinking of year after year forever and ever without end, amen.
What if “Coming To America” starred Lena Waithe instead of Eddie Murphy? What if Sanaa Lathan and Gabrielle Union made out with each other at the end of “Love & Basketball”? What if black lesbians finally got to get the girl on the big screen? I’m buying the popcorn. You coming with?
NBC Out talked to Ilene Chaiken about what we can expect from the upcoming “L Word” reboot.
Scent and skin chemistry, having sex again after a breakup, don’t get back together with your ex and more.
Plus: The dictionary destroys another bigot, Ellen Page keeps being right, Japan and Switzerland get closer to marriage equality, a big court win for a trans nurse, Asia’s “gay Netflix” is coming to India, and more!
“Group sex has betrayed me.”
I use these biscuits in all the ways. They’re my favorite vessels for breakfast sandwiches and swiping chili bowls but I also eat them hot and plain straight from the pan, or smothered in jelly.
Plus ladies kissing on How to Get Away With Murder and Siren, and an update on General Hospital!
Sometimes the hardest part of being a person with a body is admitting how hard it is in the first place. So it goes in the newest single from Mal Blum, rock musician, friend of Autostraddle/A-Camp, and all around cool human.
“Crying in the gay bar right now.”