“Bury the Lede” follows the familiar, even classic format that makes a hard-boiled detective story work, but Dunn takes that wireframe and expands upon it to make something unique.
Using Barbara Creed’s ‘The Monstrous Feminine’ as a guide, I take you on a journey of exploration and analysis across the lethal lesbian kisses of horror history.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to photograph Flay’s show in Brooklyn, and – I don’t say this lightly – it was one of the best concerts I’ve been to this year.
This is a ghost story. This is a horror movie. This is two decades of queer lives free to live.
“Down Down Down” introduces Reagan, a bartender who neither melts under Ruby Rose’s intense smolder nor is shaken from her single-minded pursuit of asking out Kate Kane by the fact of three entire elevators plummeting to the ground in the building where she’s working a party.
In her life, Debbie Friedman did not want to be defined by her sexuality, but there’s something that feels queer about her music. The hidden history, the lyrics about liberation and joy, and, yes, a whole lot about women dancing with timbrels.
Alex is worried about Kelly with this shapeshifter on the loose and Kara does favor upon favor for Lena.
When I made a pledge to myself a few years back to only read sci-fi books by or about queer people, I wondered whether the cover art would be subtly queered in the process. The answer, in many cases, was no: it was queered to the absolute max.
Gloria Steinem joins the lesbians for the season finale, in which there is death, but also life, and also people whispering the names of L Word characters while those characters are sexually engaged with one another.
Plus updates on: 911, How to Get Away with Murder, American Horror Story, the season finale of Why Women Kill, and new gays to look out for on Nancy Drew!
Some people just want a nice casual playlist for their Halloween party! So, I decided to split all of the song spooky suggestions into two playlists.
IS KIRA QUEER?
The failures of family, the joys of friendship, and a nonsensical but incredible musical number—just another day in Riverdale!
Sometimes you have to make a playlist and dedicate it to the horny tween version of yourself.
Is it not a gay badge of honor to be tired and sad and drained and to still exist?
Inspired by their vulnerability and the powerful throwback energy of high-school-age Sara and Tegan, we’ve cracked open our own high school diaries to show you our deepest, darkest, gayest secrets and send a little love and perspective back through time on who we’ve been.
The show putting Ruby and Sapphire together isn’t a fluke — these two are a great match for each other, both stubborn and passionate and potentially dangerous with their respective abilities to generate heat and cold. They’re literally cut from the same stone.
Whether you’re interested in witches as a horror trope, a doorway to sex positivity, a topic of historical exploration, or rich characters and ideas in fiction or poetry, at least one of these books will bring something into your life!
Tegan and Sara have mined through their pasts, found the gems, and put together a poignant ode to their past selves. We can live vicariously through their public vulnerability and imagine — without evidence — that if we did the same, we’d be charmed, rather than horrified, by what we found.
Lena Waithe loves Euphoria, Kiersey Clemons is surviving on a tropical desert island, Deanne Smith gets a glamour shot, Chelsea Gray loves winning, Leisha Hailey loves a dog but Amber Heard also loves a dog and also wow Instagram your algorithm doesn’t understand me at all and I’ll tell you why!