Come for the smooching ladies; stay for the women kicking ass.
“Infect Your Friends and Loved Ones” is the kind that shakes and wakes that brave, mad, dangerous girl I used to be.
Minnick and Arizona are about to be sitting in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g; Pippy and TMI are full on smooching in an elevator; and Annalise Keating is taking her rightful place on the Throne of Slytherin once more.
It’s a lesbian movie miracle.
Much like pussies in Donald Trump’s America, Susan Sarandon’s sexual orientation is now “up for grabs.”
Greenland’s queer literary star, takes on contemporary feminism, book club history, bookstores in the resistance and more.
This is my favorite era because the variety we hear during this time period is something like never before. Finally, queer black folks get to individually express their identities and aesthetics!
Topics include “The Misandrists” garnering mixed reviews at the Berlin Film Festival, two new kickass webseries about QPOC, Gigi Gorgeous’s documentary, the black lesbian character in 50 Shades Darker and so much more!
Stef has had it, y’all.
Also, Holland Taylor took Sarah Paulson to a very fancy eating establishment, Janelle Monáe went to outer space, and Meredith Graves chose her Grammy red carpet selfie very wisely.
Alex comes out to her friends. Lena sends Kara ten billion roses.
It has come time to debut a revised edition of our very successful original list.
These comics and graphic novels make women’s friendships the focus.
From hard and soft sci-fi to military sci-fi to space opera: here are eight (gay) books you should add to your reading list.
“Some stray comments and seemingly-satirical articles suggest that the show championed witchcraft, which, in the 1990s, was not the compliment that it is today.”
Almost Adults isn’t perfect, but there’s a lot to love about a film that sidesteps so many traditional lesbian movie tropes. (Including: No one dies!)
Topics include Anna Nicole Smith, the DeVos family, Stephen King’s IT, Will & Grace, MURDER, Snow White’s Scary Adventures, miniatures, people who remember everything and more!
Got a crush? Let Bette from The L Word, Tracy Chapman, K-Stew, and The Home Depot take it from here.
Whatever you’re already doing, keep it going. Those dumpsters aren’t going to light themselves.
It was hard enough to be black during this time, let alone black and queer, but these musicians did it and they made awesome music!