Kristen Stewart is going to keep holding her girlfriend’s hand in public thank you very much, we’re getting one more season of Grace and Frankie, Indya Moore will hunt monsters with Draco Malfoy, How Lizzo Does That, Holland Taylor’s coming to Netflix, and more!
Also, Evan Rachel Wood sports some awfully suspicious bruises and Jasika Nicole inspires us all.
It’s hard to overstate how much I loved this book and how much I think you will, too.
Your friend and ours, Carmen Rios, joins us for this week’s episode of “To L and Back,” in which women make out with each other in pools and hotel rooms and during service exchanges and Charlotte tells Jenny to stop talking for a day. 🙁
Plus updates on Why Women Kill, Ambitions, Killjoys, and Bachelor in Paradise.
Topics include my favorite TV show Are You The One?, crossword puzzles, air conditioning, an online public meltdown, dooce, swimming, How Things Are at Deadspin, pregnancy, Bumble and so much more!
This is groundbreaking. Women of color finally being given space to find beauty and strength and comfort in each other for once — well, those are the kind of love stories we can’t wait to hear more of.
Also, this is a great show a great show to play Canadian Bingo with.
“So many women were able to see their music icons in a lineup where they weren’t the minority. That just doesn’t happen at large scale mainstream festivals.”
Why likability is a lie, a new edition of Colonize This!, the publisher reissuing queer genre fiction from the 60s to 90s, abandoning books and more.
Plus, this Dickinson trailer should be gayer, Kate McKinnon in Bombshell, Missy Elliot’s VMA masterclass, A Black Lady Sketch Show has been renewed, a new Megan Rapinoe profile, Viola Viola Viola, and more!
Also, the cast of Are You The One? are still perfect and Mara Wilson finally caved and got Instagram!
Finally it’s happening to Alice and Dana right in front of my face and our feelings can describe it but also Bette and Helena are stepping into the ring to battle over Tina and so much more this week on “To L and Back”!
I was surprised by some really inventive indie pop this month!
Remembering that queer people have always been here, and have always been hot, is a necessity if we want our present and future to be truly queer.
Plus updates on: This Way Up, Grand Hotel, BN90210, and Killjoys!
A definitive look back on the greatest, gayest show about a heterosexual romance of our time.
Frame by frame. In obsessive detail.
The season two finale of Pose is here to make you cry your eyeballs out (in a good way!).