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!
YA trans literature, a new national Canadian literature by women, how to evaluate what you see and hear and more.
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.
8 great YA books with lesbian main characters who are dealing with drama not related to coming out, homophobia, or anything related to their sexuality!
Topics include Babe dot net, The Pioneer Woman, Judge Judy, queer food, GoFundMe healthcare, clapping back, Cooking: Why?, untying the knot at her throat and so much more!
Feeling like a stranger in your body, on M.F.K. Fisher and joy in eating and writing, beach reads and more.
While “Turn This World Inside Out” makes plain the problems with shaming folks into a more liberated world free of gendered violence, it does so in limited ways that made me as a reader hungry for more.
Yes, the Empress card can represent any gender.
Topics include picking/pulling/not coming, the gay neighborhood of Montrose, the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, non-profits, gay men walking fast, Bennington in the ’80s, “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” abortion and Grease.
Writing women’s sexuality in literary fiction, digital minimalism, queer summer reading and more.
Whether your thing is memoir, fiction, new poetry or YA, there’s definitely something coming out this summer by and/or about queer people that you’re going to want to throw in your bag for the beach, get points for in your library’s summer reading program, or share with that new babe you just started seeing who loves your poetry recs.
8 queer women books to make you laugh!
What a beach read is anyway, a new book about Los Angeles BDSM, the most cursed days for writers and more.
Mostly Dead Things is the story of what happens to a young woman when her life is torn open and reset in a different pose, and how she deals with herself — and her queerness — as a part of that confusion soup.
Topics include Chernobyl, Sassy, Soviet food, Paul Newman salad dressing, growing up in a cult, Tony Robbins, L.A. on film and so much more!
Queer language before we had queer language, a new generation of villainous women, why money doesn’t save artists, the best bad women in fiction, tons of translated titles and more.
What’s your enneagram type? Hannah Paasch wants to help you figure that out and so much more.
Topics include Law & Order, LA bookstores, podcasts, Jared’s Galleria of Jewelry, Barilla pasta, the millionaire hermit, the stolen kids of Sarah Lawrence and so much more!
“You can have friends or you can correct people’s grammar.” Plus poems about soft bodies on a planet in peril, an argument for binge reading and more.
Eight books with steamy summer affairs between women, with some settings abroad to boot!