“For me, listening to music has always been a source of power, especially when the music I listen to is by other bi and queer folks.”
Trousers, jeans, and shorts that fit your body and your gender.
Bergdorf was recently fired by L’Oreal over a Facebook post about white supremacy.
Plus: Sabrina the Teenage Witch is spinning off of Riverdale, Asia Kate Dillon chats with Marie Claire, Shondaland.com is here, and more Rachel-on-Rachel sex information.
Whether you’re looking for powerful personal bisexual narratives, insightful political analysis of bisexual issues, or information to help understand bisexuality (yours or someone else’s), there are books in here you don’t want to miss!
Carol is live on Netflix. Come join me as I watch it on loop.
Also, Kate McKinnon’s girlfriend makes her triumphant debut, Amber Heard is on a totally platonic adventure with her gal pal and Lena Waithe is a goddamn snappy dresser.
Sometimes, on a rare harvest moon when the mermaids sing and the unicorns take flight, we’re treated to really authentic, layered, swoon-worthy portrayals of bisexual women on our favorite shows.
Tag yourself. I’m Sarah under the table clutching the closest lesbian going, “I’m really scared something else is going to happen!”
Is Kristin the kind of person who makes her own granola? Only one way to find out!
Being bi is Gen’s favorite thing about herself. It’s as freeing for her as it’s become for me.
From fiction to anthologies and histories to graphic novels, the last ten years have shown that telling our own stories is essential to building a community and garnering the strength to live an authentic life.
This year dapperQ took over the Brooklyn Museum with hundreds of queers to host the largest representation of LGBTQ designers and celebration of our bodies at New York Fashion Week.
Join Natalie, Carmen Phillips, and Heather as they liveblog the queerest Emmys ever.
Mariah and Tessa smooched on The Young and the Restless, Maggie found love in an Irish place on Younger, and Ryan Murphy is still Ryan Murphy.
Vote for your favorites and then join us for our Emmys liveblog on Sunday night!
Topics include Taylor Swift, Dylan Roof, where your Forever 21 shirts get made, Colin Kaepernick, reading Jane Eyre while black, Milk Bar, the sorrow and shame of the accidental killer, and more.
Let’s unwind and imagine that everything is fine for 47 minutes with this End Of The World Playlist.
The second season of “Top of the Lake” is on Hulu and if you like dark detective stories, can stomach a lot of misogyny and wanna see Nicole Kidman play gay again… you might wanna check it out.
In a new art installation, Los Angeles-based photographer Maggie West, who specializes in experimental technicolor lighting and whose work increasingly critiques still-rigid contemporary ideas about gender and sexuality, worked with 40 women subjects — including Stephanie Beatriz, Nikki Hearts, Gaby Dunn, Jazzmyne Robbins, Isis King and more — to do just that.