We’re allowed to expect more from our stories in 2019.
Plus: Watch Laverne Cox get ready for the Met Gala, Suranne Jones’ gay struttin’ on Gentleman Jack is on purpose, the CW wants a full season of Batwoman, Disney’s live-action Lady & the Tramp will replace the racist cat song with a new Janelle Monáe track, and more!
Also Jasika Nicole wins ANOTHER award, Samira Wiley wants to dance with somebody who loves her, and Tegan or Sara prove definitively that Captain Marvel’s is gay.
The Legends get trapped in the Ice Age trying to save Ray, while Ava, Nora and Mona try to stop Evil Gary.
Most people didn’t understand the theme, but last night’s Met Gala was as glamorous and queer as ever! Maybe, even more than usual this year!! Here are some of my favorite looks, paired with literal notes on camp.
Eight books with steamy summer affairs between women, with some settings abroad to boot!
Alex and Kelly go on a trip to find out if Alex is about to become a mother while Kara and Lena go on a trip to find out what the hell Lex has been up to in Kaznia.
This week on “To L and Back,” a smash-hit podcast about The L Word, Lara tells Dana that it doesn’t change the way she feels about her or how much pleasure she gave her!
Plus: Niko and Mel go on the cutest little detective chase on “Charmed.”
Vida’s second season promises to be deliciously complicated, sultry, and heart-wrenching. Dammit, I already want more!
This summer I want to kiss girls. Girls sticky with lipgloss, girls purple with lipstain, girls sweet with cherry chapstick. I dream about kissing girls in my car (front or back seat). I dream about kissing them in the shade or in the sun. We are always a little bit sweaty and smelling like grass. We are always kissing to music.
Plus, Cheryl and Toni slow dance!
Handmaid’s Tale Season Three promises revolution and darkness, Kristen Stewart talks about pressure to define her sexuality, Suranne Jones hired a lesbian sex consultant for “Gentleman Jack,” Clairo on not being straight, writers from Pose and Boomerang and Good Trouble discuss LGBTQ rep, and so much more!
Also: Samira Wiley’s time-traveling, Tessa Thompson’s slow dancing with herself, and Janelle Monáe is maybe on her way to the moon.
Moraga’s latest, “Native Country of the Heart,” is a deep meditation on memory — reflections of the past, recalling hard moments, losing ourselves, and remembering who we are as Mexican-Americans, in more ways than one. She spoke to Autostraddle about her new book and the journey her queer feminism has taken over the course of her career.
Truly there is no way to summarize this bonkers episode but just know there are books and treadmills and whips involved in Avalance’s plotline.
I pulled these nuggets of little gold from all three hours of Endgame and I cannot wait to re-live them in obsessive, snarky detail with you!
“She soon gave me the golden lock – threw herself on the chair by me. We wept (& kissed).”
Alex and Kelly help James with his PTSD while Lena confides in Kara and Dreamer is an inspiration to us all.
The Gay Agenda returns!