Broder’s coming-of age-tale MILK FED is at turns funny, poignant, and squirm-in-your-seat sexy.
Let’s start placing our bets on how many deeply gay bops and ballads we’re gonna get on this Demi Lovato album? Also: Jamie Clayton, Hari Nef, and Kate Moennig’s dog always knows how to find the camera.
Whenever I see a hot Lezbeeanne with a bookbag waiting for the train, I can’t help but wonder — whose night are they about to go make? Also, there is no such thing as a white stud and I am moving to Trinidad in search of true love.
Age gap relationships have always been and will likely always be a part of queer culture.
The Grammys were extra gay this year, and Beyonce became the most Grammy-winning woman in history. Russian Doll is coming back for season two. And The Wilds’ Mia Healey would like to see more lesbians on teevee please.
In Magnified, Minnie Bruce Pratt meditates on “the eternal time of death, the short intense time of work, and the focused, magnified time of the intimacy” shared with her beloved, the late trans lesbian activist Leslie Feinberg.
“I’m finding, especially with women, a couple of different kinds of gays. I’ve met people who say, “I knew I was gay my whole life, and I lived this lie, and then I finally came out.” My kind of gay is like the late-breaking-lesbian kind of gay.”
At long last, Demi says she is “too queer” to date cis men, so now she’s free to call me.
Toni Morrison as an editor; queer sex, food, and obsession; reimagining sex and survival; and more.
Ruby Rose says she’d return to the Arrowverse, Niecy Nash chats with Ellen about her “hersband,” Queen Latifah’s Equalizer has already been renewed for a second season, and more!
In We Want it All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics, editors Andrea Abi-Karam and Kay Gabriel aim to amplify a politics of trans people against capitalism and empire.
Trace Lysette celebrates International Women’s Day, Quinn Wilson seems… neat, you know? And it’s so and cool and fine and normal that Janelle Monaé looks like this, hahahahahahahah we’re fine.
I would like you all to know you’re probably a bit messy but just embrace it for summer starts. Also, I will absolutely cheat on you with Kehlani if she gave me the time of day and we will just have to cross that bridge when we get there.
Do you remember those celebrity dream date quizzes in the back of teen magazines? Well for Autostraddle’s 12th birthday, I decided to queer it up!
Every once in the rarest while, an artist shows up on Broadway in possession of such exceptional talent — audiences start thinking about their future not in years but decades. Jagged Little Pill’s Lauren Patten and Moulin Rouge! The Musical’s Sonya Tayeh are such talents currently in the running for their first Tonys.
Moxie aims for riot grrrl rage and zine-ready radical politics but falls short, coming off more like a glossy mag for girl power that’s only loosely intersectional.
Ella Hunt is queer, Pose will end with season three, Chloë Grace Moretz was set to star in Nimona, St. Vincent’s new album, and more!
“I haven’t relaxed since 2019. I’ve given up.”
It’s like spending 90 minutes inside a fever dream a Kristin Wiig ’80s sketch character might have if she got high inside some kind of Mars Cheese Castle/Dylan’s Candy Bar co-op. And I loved it.
Styling Billie Holiday, styling lesbian scammers, every queer moment on The Simpsons, Cynthia Erivo joins the new anthology series from GLOW’s creators, and more!
Nostalgia for mid aughts Black girl excellence, we too would like to thank Dior for this Gillian Anderson look, and oh to be the floor that Janet Mock is lying on.