It’s dark in here and I’m scared!
As always: is anyone okay?
The holidays have come and gone, but straight people? Oh, they’re still here. More than ever.
Guess who are still not okay?
Heterosexual tomfoolery round up!
In which I hope this is actually just an hour and half long PSA for heatstroke.
Plus: Gina Rodriguez on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, what’s gay on Critical Roll, and you should definitely watch Picnic at Hanging Rock.
Disney has a lot to answer for.
We’re going to ignore the straight cis white dudes on Time’s list and focus on what really matters.
We first heard about Pose back in December, when it was reported that Ryan Murphy was developing a show around the ’80s ball culture scene that would feature 50+ LGBTQ characters and the largest number of trans series regulars in American TV history.
AllGo is a review platform created by a queer fat woman where people of size can give and receive information about the comfort and accessibility of public spaces.
Here’s all the good, bad and the ugly about our first time viewing porn. Remember VHS tapes? Were we ever so young?
“i have taken a few pop quizzes on this and got back 100 straight which I am”
Everyone should know the stories of the lesbian, bisexual, queer and trans women of color who’ve been the backbones of LGBT communities forever and ever. So make some popcorn and put your learnin’ pants on!
A guide to watching “The L Word” for first-timers, chock-full of L Word trivia for repeat offenders.
Flirting by watching Instagram stories, how to know if you can do long-distance, a Valentine’s Day Crash Pad Series sale and more.
The “Charmed” reboot is casting a lesbian and her girlfriend, Jessica Jones Season 2 to feature light lesbianing, Katy Perry reflects on “I Kissed a Girl” and so many other pressing pop culture tales for you.
You make straights more uncomfortable now, the ‘daddy stitch is real, giving birth while nonbinary, Carrie Brownstein, lesbians in politics, queers in the Olympics, LGBTQ lawyers have gotta spread out, and so much more for you to read!
“Almost all of the characters are terrible people and the main values I share with them are workaholism and excellent hair. But sometimes when things fall apart, it can be nice to see things fall apart somewhere entirely different, again and again and again.”
This film explores some of my favorite themes all in one glossy, campy, self-aware package: misandry, women being extremely gay together, principled revenge, and the triumph of aught culture.