“What is a happy ending with a lesbian love story? Eternal possession? We want a frozen image of two people getting married?”
“Cam” screenwriter Isa Mazzei’s new memoir is an accessible and honest portrayal of one woman’s stint in the online sex industry.
Plus, Ashley Benson really knows how to lounge, and Kate Moennig shares an iconic throwback photo.
Depends on what the “V” stands for…
I’m a big fan of coffee dates. When I think of my favorite coffee shops, my mind conjures up warmth and texture. Taking inspiration from that feeling, I put together two outfits, paying special attention to texture and flow.
“I want to be referenced as she and her. I would love for you guys to call me Zaya.” Proud parent Dwayne Wade shares Zaya’s story. Sending our love to the family today!
The babe behind the buckles is Emma Alamo — a queer creator, a recovering alcoholic, a proud power bottom and business owner with serious hustle. Emma welcomed me into her studio and talked about social media, body image and building a career selling bondage gear.
With two on-screen queer women characters, “Birds of Prey” is an irate, sparkle laden, middle finger in the air to a society that otherwise cowers to the angry whims of men. Who the hell wouldn’t sign up for that?
Maria Bello, best known to Autostraddle readers for playing Coyote Mommi Lil Lovell in the 2000 lesbian cinematic masterpiece Coyote Ugly, showed up at Elton John’s Oscar party last night with longtime girlfriend Dominique Crenn in tow and announced that they were no longer able to fight the moonlight.
Trying desperately to want less than what one truly requires — and the goodness that comes from giving up that ghost — is a prominent theme in “Something That May Shock and Discredit You,” Daniel Lavery’s new collection of essays, out Feb. 11.
Mal Blum pops in for this particularly hilarious episode of “To L and Back” as we officially begin the part of Season Three that makes us all want to slam our heads into the wall!
“Okay so Christian Bale plays… Mr. Ferrari. And Matt Damon plays… Henry Ford?”
“A poorly organized night of chaos where you only have one minute to explain your interests, expectations, and what you’re looking for.”
Plus updates on All American, the Bold Type, and it’s time you start watching Party of Five.
We’ve got data and timelines and infographics and conversation on topics including: white actors getting Oscars for playing people of color, white savior narratives, roles that garner nominations for Black actors, the shocking lack of nominations for Asian, Latinx and Native American actors and so much more.
Enemies to lovers! Yes! Let us feast on the gay angst!
“Then I started watching Shrill and Lolly Adefope brought her beautiful ass, dark-skinned, braided hair, perfect smile self onto my screen.”
Also: A Katy Keene crossover!
The secret of Alice’s kiss with Rhea Butcher finally finds daylight.
According to TV, good people don’t give up on each other. BoJack Horseman, Work in Progress, and She-Ra and the Princesses of Power are challenging that narrative.