A day in the life of LGBTQ fashion/lifestyle/activist staple Anita Dolce Vita, who does more in a day than you would have thought possible.
Go forth and wreak havoc, my lil vixens!
The following eight memoirs, which deal with gender, food, writing, relationships and more, reflect soft femmes, tomboy femmes, chapstick femmes, and other femmes who aren’t all that femmey.
Plus a very wacky and exciting-sounding Harley & Ivy & Betty & Veronica crossover; PB and Marceline holding hands; a first look at Lena Waithe on Dear White People; and people won’t stop asking Kristen Stewart about that Charlie’s Angels reboot.
Rosa’s full coming out on Brooklyn Nine-Nine is rocky and bittersweet, incorporating uniquely bisexual experiences to cement itself as a uniquely historic TV moment.
Hulu marketing, stop trying to make Chase/Karolina happen!
There’s a picture of Sara Ramirez smiling in here. Also, Lauren Jauregui met Cardi B and Gaby Dunn met her destiny.
According to Variety, the new show is will be “an epic and timely tale that celebrates female friendship and empowerment, led by a warrior princess tailor made for today.”
I didn’t get to be at the set for the whole shoot, because I was teaching last year. I went once with my wife Erica and we got to go for a few days. I was in a daze of disbelief, touching people like, “Are you real?”
In “Lady Cha Cha,” Jo and Chase joined by real-life queer, black, femme burlesque dancer Jeez Loueez, who adds to the very authentic feel of the episode in terms of its portrayal of Chicago, burlesque, and queerness.
I talked to several smart, artistic, and wonderful inked-up queers in my life about what inspired their body art.
“Can you sneak into her closet and take a pic of the ones she has (just side on hanging up is fine).”
“Therese and Carol drink beer and coffee at the Palm Court in the Plaza Hotel with Richard, Therese’s pitiful and jealous boyfriend, who pays for their drinks.”
Autostraddle Staff Writers Carmen and Alaina in a conversation about the TV series, the legacy of Spike Lee’s work, black female representation on film, polyamory, and pansexuality.
More often than not growing up, my closet was my salvation.
Topics include the Santa Ana winds, murder, Weinstein’s Complicity Machine, sandwiches, black residents targeted by jaywalking (etc) tickets in Florida, “trailer trash,” IKEA cafeterias and so much more!
“Princess Cyd isn’t interested in the well-worn plot of queer sexual awakening, the torture of figuring out who you are and the fraught path you have to follow to let other people in on your secret. In fact, Princess Cyd isn’t really interested in plot (or secrets) at all. It’s a character study of two women who clumsily and gently brush up against each other and find new happiness because of it.”
This year’s Bad Sex Awards, Black women poets speaking truth to power, learning how to be alone, the problem with categories in literature and more.
Other topics include Lena Waithe on telling new stories, Princess Cyd, The New York Times on tumblr shippers and fan culture, lead characters in PLL spinoff “The Perfectionists,” lesbian character Faith coming back to UnREAL and so much more!