I have absolutely no idea if Chantal Akerman would be delighted or horrified that I’ve written about her 1974 film in a way that, if successful, will lead you to 1) seek out the mental healthcare that you need, and 2) masturbate.
I’m rediscovering how much I love simple, catchy, fun pop music. There’s some other solid rock, folk, and R&B this month, though, too!
The most pressing question to come out of San Diego Comic-Con.
Instead of counting down the days to see if we get three lines on The L Word reboot, we should be counting down the days until Simone gets to turn this short into a full-season show.
Plus updates on Claws, Siren, Grand Hotel, and Ambitions!
Topics include the uncanny valley of online dating, the explosion of streaming TV, white privilege, weddings, the influencers of Byron Bay, Buffalo Wild Wings as a secret gay bar, BDSM and so much more!
“I am attracted to both men and women and the person I fell in love with is a man. I wish it could just be about the human I am in love with, not their gender. This is why I am so passionate about advocating for equal acceptance across the spectrum of sexuality. Let’s just love who we love and leave each other alone. The world has bigger problems.”
Ah summer. When the melancholy heartbreak of the cooler seasons is replaced with frantic lust and desperation. But you can stop crying over whoever it is you’re crying over. Because only one person matters now. Lesbian Jesus herself. Hayley Kiyoko.
YA trans literature, a new national Canadian literature by women, how to evaluate what you see and hear and more.
The mainstream popularity of Madonna’s “Vogue” opens up new opportunities for Damon and Ricky.
Get sexually fluid with your fluids with this “Are You The One?” drinking game!
It’s very distressing watching Rhea Butcher be mean to someone!
Plus: The trailer for Vita and Virgina, Hilarie Burton wants to play Megan Rapinoe’s girlfriend, Emmy noms, Jane Lynch on Ellen, the end of HTGAWM, and more!
Also the latest in Kristen Stewart’s romantic misadventures, plus a truly winning smile from Hayley Kiyoko.
Gays really do love their hats.
Are you a regular adult human queer person, or have you been the fictional tomboy heroine of a beloved fantasy series this whole time? Only one way to find out.
My favorite type of queer cinema classic is the kind that constantly begs the question: Is this real? Is this a real movie? Is this a real movie made in (insert year)?
And an update on Ackley Bridge!
This is the greatest television show of all time.
From Lizzie to Frida to Battle of the Sexes to The Favourite, our team weighs in on 21 queer films that are based on true stories.