A journey from Frasier Crane through What’s That’s Smell to Seed Frisbee.
It’s fun to delete stuff. Plus: feminist zine culture, a Lumberjanes quiz, the 2017 VIDA count results and more.
Plus a new music video for Hearts Beat Loud, gayness abounds in Incredibles 2, a powerful interview with Janelle Monáe, Lena Waithe continues to receive all the awards due her, lesbianism cut from Jurassic World, One Day at a Time and Vida stars team up to stop this family separation bullshit at the border, and Margaret Cho doesn’t understand why everyone’s still grappling with her bisexuality.
Season two has figured out what to do with Jane, but it would be cool if it could also figure out what to do with Adena.
Also, baby Evan Rachel Wood takes the stage and everybody’s getting Kehlani tattoos.
The Season Three finale had the one thing Supergirl always did best but has been missing for a while: Hope.
It’s not perfect, and last week’s episode on Kat’s identity really missed the mark, but there’s a lot to love about this queer, feminist show.
This week we find fits for someone looking for a “style reset” that lets them embrace their punk and grunge roots while also not being mistaken for a teenage boy anymore!
In an interview with King Princess for Wonderland Magazine, Amandla Stenberg reveals a recently uncovered truth about her sexual orientation — “I realised that I’m gay – not bi, not pan, but gay.”
Books with ace homo/bi/panromantic women characters do exist! Here’s a list of eight of these very real and awesome books in genres like romance, fantasy, YA and more!
Inside The Black Triangle is a photo series intending to highlight the struggles, joy, heartbreak, confusion, and diverse experiences of queer women living in a heteronormative world, and the artist behind the project is hosting an Autostraddle Meet-Up at Denver Pride this weekend!
Plus: Vida has been renewed; new trailers for G.L.O.W., OITNB, and Anne With an E, Alia Shawkat opens up about that NYT interview, Lena Waithe is everywhere this Pride, and so much more.
“There are so many baby queers who depend on us to give them representation,” they said. “There’s so much in this world telling you to be something different and that’s so detrimental. I’d rather have kids see something and go, ‘It’s okay to be me.'”
“I know the difference between a party that’s celebrating me and a party that’s exploiting me.”
I’m honestly just spending this week deciding which celebrities are big spoons and little spoons and nothing you say is going to change my mind.
‘Tis the season for various companies to throw rainbows on their products in exchange for our hard-earned gay cash! Who’s making cute stuff? Who’s donating to LGBTQ+ non-profits and how much? Who partnered with actual LGBTQ+ people to promote their wares? Let’s rank.
“Rose Colored Glasses” bites off way more than it can chew.
One episode left, friends. I have no doubt Supergirl will save the world, but who will save Supergirl?
It’s Vida’s season finale, but already I want more. We need more of this thoughtful, gut wrenching, unapologetic, queer, brown show in our lives.
Lane Bryant made my plus-size lesbian dreams come true this Pride season with the release of their incredibly beautiful and much appreciated Pride Collection!