Join Carmen Phillips, Valerie Anne, Heather Hogan, and special guest Meg Jones Wall to talk about the triumph, heartbreak, gayness, and empowerment of one of our all-time favorite animated series.
One of the most insidious effects of unemployment in a capitalist society is that we start to doubt our worth if we are not tied to a job. Our daily resilience IS productive and we deserve to celebrate ourselves, employed or not.
Brandi Carlile and Demi Lovato at the Grammys, Angelica Ross is the new face of Louis Vuitton, remembering Gigi Bryant, and more news to kick off the week.
The entire TV Team weighs in on the sex scenes and potential/actual relationships that warmed our hearts and thighs during Season One of “The L Word: Generation Q.”
Alex and Kara are excited to see their old friend Winn and join forces to fight…well, Winn.
As a child, I loved watching wrestling. As I got older, however, the sport began to change, and the storylines became isolating. Fortunately, both fans and other wrestlers alike have made it clear that wrestling is no longer a business where bigotry is going to be tolerated.
48. identifying what episode of The Nanny it is based on C.C. Babcock’s hair
I’m not coming out to you as a lesbian, umma, I’m coming out as your daughter. I’m tired of being a stranger to you and I’m tired of tripping over boxes in my living room because you’re incapable of just being vulnerable with me.
Couples break up, couples get back together, and there’s a sex scene so good one of us may have called it “the best L Word sex scene ever.”
If you’re an A+ member, you can sign up for Cafe Au Hey! to hang out in Chicago with Shelli Nicole, receive a book to spark a lasting queer connection, and get featured on Autostraddle.
It’s the season finale and we’ve got Roxane Gay, emotionally complicated sex, Bette Porter in hiking attire, Dani wanting to get married ASAP and honestly a lot of things that I can’t put in the excerpt because I don’t want to reveal any spoilers for people who haven’t seen it yet! Wheeee!
Sara Quin on the Grammys, fat Black femmes on runways, lesbian photography exhibits, ballroom inspired clothing lines, and more! Happy Sunday!
What it means to have a sex drive, why the widespread idea of how the vibrator was invented is rooted in patriarchy (also, wrong), the story of LA’s trans-inclusive strip club night and more.
I was proudly pro-abortion before I was a mom. I’ve doubled down on that belief after becoming one.
That extremely gay phenomenon of falling for your best friend and doppelganger.
Grey’s Anatomy and The Bold Type returned to your TV!! Plus updates on grown-ish and All American.
“OMG ok i just remembered downloading and printing out nudes of LARA CROFT when i was like 11.”
“Della Champagne the gender-yeeting tarantula sounds like a queer icon, tbh.”
Vampires and zombies and spaceships and swords and clones and superpowers and ghosts and time-travel, oh my!
“Transformative justice”—the idea that communities can resolve and repair harm and abuse, as well as transform the conditions that led to them, on their own without the necessity of State intervention or by replicating the State’s carceral form of justice—looks good on paper, but there are still so many big questions.