With the current, constant news about Trump and Russia, this book — about three journeys across Russia, the politics of the closet, and the personal/political — could not be more timely.
Disney’s been doing their dance to just enough for over 50 years.
Hey remember when Stef and Lena made out in the rain? Good times. Good memories. Good ol’ days.
Also, Stephanie Beatriz makes friends with a ghost and Brittani Nichols straight-up ghosts you.
This round we cover notifications, pizza trackers, where in the world is Mallory Ortberg and more!
Alex saves the day again and again and Kara finally realizes she’s too good for Mon-El.
Planning on spending a lot of time on the couch? Here are 31 shows that would be good even without lesbian, bisexual and otherwise-identified queer female characters but luckily, they do!
You’re gonna look and feel so good in these.
This weekend, Katy Perry received the HRC’s “highest honor,” the National Equality Award, and everybody’s talking about her inspirational speech — but does Katy Perry really deserve an award for LGBT advocacy in the first place? And does it even matter, really, when you consider the impending heat death of the universe, etc.
You can’t have a ripped-from-the-headlines legal show without a Milo Yiannopoulos episode.
The new Bake Off line-up has been announced and it’s as confusing as everything else in 2017.
Here’s the thing: you’re an actual star walking on this earth. And you’re very, very good with clothes.
Lambda Literary Award nominees have been announced, Zines will outlive the internet, a bookstore-bar in the Bronx, sexual assault in creative fields, California periods and more.
Lesbian moms making out in the rain alert!
Jane Lynch’s new sitcom, Gina Rodriguez wants to play America Chavez, a new project from Shonali Bose of “Margarita With a Straw,” the history Queer TV movies, an interview with Nabila Hossain of “Brown Girls,” an interview with Tegan & Sara about diversity, Charlize Theron gets asked about kissing women AGAIN and SO MUCH MORE.
Hey, remember when Cara was in Paper Towns and a sexist interviewer asked her if she had read the book? WELL SHE WROTE ONE. Also, Annie Clark has a special request, and there might be a ghost trapped inside Janelle Monáe.
“This movie is like visual Zoloft in that I haven’t worried about anything while watching it but I haven’t felt alive either.”
Never underestimate how deeply satisfying it is to see a woman vanquish a man who has underestimated her – on television or in real life.
“Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Volume Two,” with interviews by King and edited by Elena Rose, is a collection of 16 interviews with queer and trans artists of color that inspire, empower and give an intimate glance into the creative process of some of the most interesting artists in the world.
“I think just listening to people’s experiences has made me so much more aware. Queer representation was always something that was important to me, but I don’t think I was as educated or knowledgeable on just how important it is until I really took the time to listen to our viewers.”