“Call me by my/your name.”
Plus: Sam in a basket!
Topics include Ramona Quimby, female thirst, dentistry, Christian Moms who make money selling printables on their blogs, murderabilia, women outside, the Iowa Writer’s Workshop and more!
“We were there in the shadows all along, behind abolitionists and suffragists and environmentalists and Warrior Princesses. We haven’t changed, we’ve evolved.”
Rainbows, a thousand women in suits and ties, unicorns, cats on cats on cats.
Riese and Kayla talk about that Season Two finale, pros/cons re: Discovery in general, our hopes for the future, Tig Notaro in space, Three Hot Mommies and more pressing Star Trek processing.
It’s a great time to be queer and/or trans music fan! There was SO MUCH incredible music to cover this month.
Carmen Maria Machado, writers’ roles in addressing climate change, why you don’t need to publish a book by 30, a liberated Cinderella, and more!
These awesome eight crime books, including mysteries, thrillers, and true crime, all feature queer women!
With just two episodes left this season, I made you a Charmed Cheat Sheet, filled with all the important details of this topsy turvy magical world.
“It looks like a museum for straight white women in here.”
“Marriage is a magic word. And it is magic throughout the world. It has to do with our dignity as human beings, to be who we are.”
Plus: Robyn Crawford is writing a book about her life with Whitney, Younger’s season six trailer, Peabody Awards for Killing Eve and Pose, Barbara Lopez is hyped on winning March Madness, and more!
In which we hit the pool with Janelle Monaé, enjoy Tessa Thompson cosplaying as Prince, and try to figure out what the hell’s going on between Emily Hampshire and Teddy Geiger.
The first IMDb user review for Daddy Issues is titled “Heterophobic movie.” I cannot argue. I also cannot complain. May we blessed with an entire career of heterophobic movies from this properly queer filmmaker.
Calling all nerdy sluts in Los Angeles!
If life’s taught me anything, it’s that even the straightest-seeming woman can shuffle into a fictional prison meek as a lamb, and five seasons later is striding the corridors as Top Dog with a hot blonde on her arm.
“My early 20s was all about 1950s vintage librarian looks (fit n’ flare dresses, patterned tights, cardigans) but in the last year (legitimately writing this to you on my 30th birthday), I’ve found myself leaning towards a much more androgynous style.”
Sara dives into Ava’s personal Purgatory to work out their issues and save her girl.
A brief investigation into the particular phenomenon within same-sex relationships of same-name relationships. Are you okay with being Megan to her Meghan? Why??? I am listening.