Not only are they serving up our wholesale demise, they’re serving looks.
“It’s fine, because everything is.”
“A woman enters the front door of a home that seems unfamiliar to her. She peers around, assessing.”
The only “X” you need in your life is Xanax-rec!
Take a look at these five new super queer-friendly dating apps and download the one that most floats your boat.
From now on, what you can expect from me is the proper allocation of meaningful emotion (regret and sorrow) and matter-of-fact breakdowns of the world’s ills.
Talking, laughing, loving, breathing, spiraling, existential dreading…
I need some realistic solutions for something that’s not actually a problem. Which is why I went a little off script to break from routine. Just for fun. Privately. Shhh, it’s just for me. Until now!
I’m worried about straight women a little bit.
“See now I’m performing emotional labor.” – Rachel, Managing Editor
Featuring Hannah Hart, a carabiner and Sara Ramirez.
How lucky that I’m perfectly within my right as a citizen to disregard the original plot of a movie that’s been out for 28 years and choose to instead interpret their connection as romantic and not platonic.
From jelly “the colour of sadness” to giant cakes and turtle soup, I’ve got a menu you’ll probably want to replicate at home while your cat screams into a pillow.
Let’s get you into a monocle that’ll have them saying, “Wow, who’s that stylish lesbian that looks like they belong to an early 20th century sapphic scene alongside Eleanor Roosevelt?”
Drink every time the camera cuts to Jennifer Lawrence and she’s not drinking directly out of the table’s Moet bottle.
Chocolate Mousse tastes WAY better without sedatives.
The government should already be buying me my tampons, but they’re not, and so Mike Pence will.
What will we be watching? Who will die first?
Today’s Slate.com article about Hillary Clinton dressing like a lesbian misses one very important point: EVERY presidential candidate dresses like a lesbian. Luckily, we are here to make that point for you.
“Gays exposed to the word ‘girlfriend’ to describe an innocent friendship often experience paranoia, heart palpitations, dizziness, an inadvertent rolling back of the eyes, and mental exhaustion related to figuring out what this person’s deal is.”