One part love letter, one part history lesson, one part all-star roster of LGBTQ TV icons.
“Everybody wants to be an ally but not everyone wants to be an ally long enough to make themselves uncomfortable. Everybody wants to be an ally, but not everyone is willing to have their own standing threatened. People rationalize their action — or inaction, as it were — but what it fundamentally comes down to is everybody wants to be known as an ally but few people are will to invest their time, money and security in actually being an ally.”
Letting a black woman eventually been seen and loved through her armor? Especially by another black woman, who’s lost in the mess of her own pain? Whew. High Fidelity may be a comedy, but bring on the tissues.
Taika Waititi also wants Valkyrie to be super queer, Killing Eve adds clowns, a premiere date for Vida season three, The House Hunters throuple, and more!
Sara leaves Ava in charge, so she and Zari 2.0 work together to take care of the newest Encore: Marie Antoinette
Holland Taylor gives Sarah Paulson some eyes, Kate Moennig loves her dog, and Trace Lysette indulges in the kind of dramatics you simply love to see!
I believe that these eight wonderful poets are the face of reviving the genre. I always want to push poems on people, so I’m also presenting you with some of their recent or upcoming works. Head to your favorite, local, indie bookstore and pick up a few of their collections before Black History Month is over!
Are you trying to take photos with more of a ~vibe~? Do you want to try some new things that will give your photos texture and emotions? Have you been thinking, wow, adding cherry chapstick to my photography will really make it look cooler but I’m not sure where to start? Well I am so glad you asked!
In their debut story collection We Had No Rules, Corinne Manning makes a rare, generous offer to the queer community: to hold us accountable.
Alex and Kara work to stop the Toyman once and for all while Lena continues working with her brother to figure out Non Nocere.
Miranda July’s new feature, starring a magnificently weird Evan Rachel Wood, is a careful, long-game-playing meditation on how we can learn to parent ourselves when our own families refuse to do the job.
We’re bringing back the iconic Autostraddle series “What I Wore” – now starring Shelli Nicole! Join the ride as she navigates fashion as a black femme and finding what makes her feel … well… HOT.
Feast your eyes upon the chaotic screencaps of “Latecomer,” which involves Kit recording that song and everybody taking a private jet to a WNBA game. You know the one.
Welcome to “The Lakeview Crew,” our newest Saturday comic! In our first post, every year Max writes their friends Valentines Day Letters.
Plus updates on All American, some incredibly important episodes of Grown-ish and Deputy, and the TV Team made you a special valentine that’s full of our favorite tv ladies kissing.
Callie and Mariana Adams Foster have always been the heart of this show so it’s fitting that they’d be reunited for Valentine’s Day.
“Willing to travel but prefer that you live nearby because the earth is dying.”
Topics include Victoria’s Secret, The Americans, gatekeeping in publishing, CollegeHumor, slavery re-enactments, Angola, vaping and so much more!
A very special astrological meme valentine from @notallgeminis to Autostraddle. Find your sign, check your Venus and Mars, see what sets your heart aflame.
When BLK first published, it was a 16 page black-and-white newsletter with a circulation of roughly 5,000. By the time it ended its publication it had grown into a 40 page magazine with full color covers, a paid subscriber base and global distribution reaching 37,000 people. It told our stories. Today, we say thanks.