Come for the gooey feelings, stay for the deception and scissoring quotes.
Hello would you like to make food just for yourself today? You totally deserve it.
Continuing to prove that the best way to court a writer is by offering up your own poetry, Debbie Millman chronicled their engagement via an Instagram rhyming carousel you may never forget.
A very merry Christmas to us all! Netflix’s new holiday movie has a queer romance!
I assume all the straight couples are fake because I can’t believe that anyone would choose that lifestyle unless there was a cash prize.
When I started watching this series, I never would have dreamed of comparing it to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but here we are!
“Does this mean Stef is now eligible to be featured on No Filter?”
“Every day I tell myself that I deserve to be happy, I deserve to be loved, I deserve to have a hot girlfriend.”
Tales of the City leans into some tropes, flips others on their head, makes plenty of jokes at its own expense, and — above all — believes in the power of LGBTQ people who come together to make their own family.
In the early days of 2019 I’ve found myself really drawn to books and TV and movies and podcasts that are full of light and warmth and hard-won happiness. Enter: Days of Our Wives.
Romantic comedies are the cure to my broken heart, and maybe yours! Get in here and talk about them with me!
It’s a hard time to have hope, but friends, don’t give up.
Sara Ramirez didn’t make an on-screen cameo, but Callie and Arizona’s love for each other was beautifully cemented in a loving and satisfying goodbye.
Gay lady TV is pulling out all the stops before it gives away to the girls of summer. Updates on: Grey’s Anatomy, Once Upon a Time, Jane the Virgin, The Good Fight, Siren, Station 19, and Coronation Street!
MY FRIENDS GOT MARRIED, TWO MORE STRADDLERS GOT MARRIED! Also there are comments!
I’d suggest hopping on board now so you can say you were there when they had their first kiss. It’s gonna be worth it.
A wedding moment…no…experience…that you need to watch, queer Asian filmmakers telling their own stories, Rainbow Voices Mumbai, and the rebel cow who parties with bison.
These lovely people deserve much better than to be forever known as reality television stars, and we genuinely wish both of them the absolute best.
It was an honor to stand in solidarity and support with all of the beautiful humans at the Trans March in San Francisco. Here’s what it looked like.