Sing along to your favorite feminist jams from your favorite Disney princesses!
Janelle Monáe made an album just for me and you, and it’s your solemn duty as a queer woman to go and listen to it right at this very second and share all your thoughts and emotions in the comments.
Spend your Lesbian Visibility Day with some tunes by lesbians who make music and also acknowledge themselves as lesbians!
It’s a great time for gay music, like this sweet single about a gal loving her gal pal!
“Pink, like the tongue that goes down. Pink, like the paradise found”
Made you another playlist! 😉
New music for flirting or lonely lesbian nights. Your call!
Celebrate Good Friday with Lesbian Jesus Hayley Kiyoko by buying or streaming “Expectations” right now!
“So tell me why my gods look like you, and tell me why it’s wrong,” King Princess sings to the woman of her affection, promising to keep praying to her and loving her. This is a song about an aching, yearning love that is scared to speak itself out loud but bold enough to keep on loving.
It’s a tongue-in-cheek high five to everyone who’s just trying to get through the damn day, with a hook that’ll be stuck in your head for the rest of the week. You’re welcome.
I drive my car for my job right now, and listen to music in the car constantly. As such, I’m always on the lookut for new tunes by queer and trans artists to make the drives less mind-numbing. My struggle is your gain!
I’m not sure what else you have going on today, but you are going to want to make room for this video.
Here are five just-released albums/EPs/singles you should check out if you like queer women, gay boys, trans women, and the wonderful music that they make.
Join me, my purple lipstick, my long tangled hair (and, let’s be real, my fucking Bullet Journal) as we take charge and live our best lives.
Being a Queer Lady Magician to me means sharing the truths of our lives in unexpected, thought-provoking ways, instilling a sense of wonder, expanding our imaginations around what is possible.
Mermaids are femme icons for a reason. Their siren songs and sensual looks lure troublesome sailors, only for the mermaid to devour them whole and make herself stronger. To put it plainly, a mermaid is a boss bitch. I could use some of that energy in my life right now.
I’m taking back power this year, after a year of feeling so powerless. I’m reveling in the parts of me that feel most like me.
It’s 2018, we’re sick of this, and we’re hungry for blood.
I met up with singer-songwriter Alex Lahey while on tour at her San Diego show.
Love a good spiral backward!