Ultimately, the film shows that the differences between cis people and trans people aren’t as vast as we usually think. There are many ways to make a family and the more expansive our imaginations the more everyone will benefit.
Look, when a character takes a strap-on out of her backpack in the middle of a sex scene you know you’re in good hands.
This afternoon at Sundance, I took a break from binging movies to watch a panel straight out of my queer film nerd dreams.
One of the pleasures — pains? — of consuming art right now is that everything seems to be filtered through our current lens. And it makes this thriller all the more effective and difficult.
How can you watch this series and not feel angry with how deprived we are of stories about queer people with disabilities? How can you watch this series and not be delighted with what’s finally on-screen? How can you watch this series and not be excited about all of the possibilities fulfilled and all the possibilities still to come?
Alike is a chameleon, disappearing in the light of her surroundings — purple in the club, green on the bus, pink at home — only ever showing you her profile when she’s forced to be less than her authentic self.
Every year new films are made and old films are rediscovered, and so starting in 2021 — we’ll be updating this list annually with the goal of making it less white, less cis, and most of all, higher quality.
This time Gone Girl is gay, girl.
Lee Daniels’ new film follows the icon through her addiction, jail time, queerness (Natasha Lyonne stars as her lover Tallulah Bankhead!), and her fight with the feds.
It’s a piercing portrayal of abuse. It’s a monster movie, only instead of a creature in the night, its monster is a human woman.
What’s new and queer this month on streaming networks? We’ve got a new season of Dickinson, a Fran Lebowitz special, Anna Pacquin as a hot bisexual mess in Flack, Root and Shaw, a movie called “So My Grandma’s a Lesbian!” and so much more!
“I love a ballad that reaches it’s climax with a big note. Lesbians known all there is to know about reaching a climax so there ya have it.”
“I’m always clamoring for more lesbian kisses on screen but the scene where she is singing in her lover’s ear gave me chills. I miss intimacy!”
Steve Trevor is the main and unconquerable problem with Patty Jenkins’ follow-up to 2017’s nearly perfect Wonder Woman origin story, but it’s not the film’s only issue. Wonder Woman 1984 is a complete mess.
In Viola Davis’ hands, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” becomes a complex portrait of a queer Black woman hurricane whose footprints loom large over the last 100 years.
Bend It Like Beckham could never.
Riese: I would text Riley and be like “you up?”
Carly: Are you still at the gay bar…? Because?
Riese: I would come back incensed with rage and ready to make a mistake.
Carly: Ready to ruin my relationship.
Riese: Yes. I would be full of the spirit of ruin and ready to share it.
Carly: Which is not Christmas spirit, but it is kind of related.
“Simply put — there is nothing like a top in a great top.”
To celebrate the release of The Prom here is an exhaustive look at the representation of queer women in movie musicals.
“I also came here to say I couldn’t figure out why the White Rabbit felt bi to me and then realized it’s because he’s stressed out.”
Don’t feel like being yourself today? Well, this quiz will tell you which Happiest Season character you are!