When I was younger and even admittedly sometimes now, I excused the lack of representation on the screen. Last weekend I attended the Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest and got to spend the entire time looking at fully realized, multiple versions of myself on my television. You can do that too, this weekend!
The people who fantasize about library sex, excerpts and fall reading lists galore, Black-owned bookstores and radical bookstores, pandemic creativity and more.
“My wardrobe was previously built around my dysphoria with my chest, and I’d love an affordable way of starting my wardrobe off to celebrate my wonderfully trans, queer, and Latinx body.” Building a wardrobe can be a daunting, but fashion consultant Doreen Pierre was ready to help Dante Bravo express who they.
Sometimes, what you really need is a story that understands how grief can ricochet through the entire universe.
Well yes. It turns out the apocalypse creeps on you slowly, starting oh — in about March 2020, who would’ve guessed?
Also: Why is this Rebecca trailer so straight, Ellen says she’ll “talk about it” when she returns for season 18, Lizzo won big at the IHeartRadio Music Awards, Pose will begin filming season three in October!
Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts settle into that honeymoon life, Hayley Kiyoko loves grapes, and Ashley Benson marked her break up with Cara Delevingne by getting a hamster (or maybe a guinea pig? We don’t quite know the difference)
“Ìfé is a story that not many queer people have seen come out of Nigeria. I’m really hoping that, apart from everything else that it does – normalizing the queer experience and being a great source of representation – I’m really hoping that it brings joy to the LGBT community.”
You may have heard Victoria’s recent single in a Nike campaign to promote their Jordan Flyease, a shoe designed for athletes with disabilities. Victoria just dropped her new project “Victoria”. She talks with me about what it means to be an “Asymmetrical Artist,” her shoe deal with Nike, an Academy Awards red carpet rendezvous, and her newest music release!
JAVICIA LESLIE IS ON THE BATWOMAN SET, Sarah Paulson in this Ratched trailer is properly horrifying, what’s next for WayHaught, the queer Disney canon, and more.
Are you a “finish your seltzer” gay? Or a “let your seltzer get flat & warm and make your partner finish it for you” gay?
The best advice for a first date is always to be yourself; obviously you’re also interested in being the hottest, most unforgettable version of yourself. A good first date outfit does both.
The first draft of The Ship We Built was intended as a valentine for one person. Six and a half years later, The Ship We Built has been released as a novel with Penguin Random House and continues to be a valentine – now for anybody who picks it up.
As Cleo, Queen Latifah had never been better. Young, mighty, unadulterated, sweet to her friends, sexy in the way that only studs can be — an energy that radiates beneath the pores and melanin, the quiet, intoxicating confidence that comes from truly owning your shit.
The first photo of Ryan Murphy’s The Prom adaptation, where is Brandy’s Cinderella?, Lost Girl is coming to the CW, the WNBA made the NBA’s strike possible, and more!
Seriously, it’s just sixteen photos of Niecy Nash being “finer than fine” to celebrate her nuptials. That’s the post.
Yes. Niecy Nash got gay married. Love wins!!
A new profile of our new Batwoman, Javicia Leslie; Amber Riley’s Naya Rivera tribute will break your heart all over again; last night’s VMAs were bizarre; Holland Taylor knows you think she’s an all-powerful figure; and more!
In an abolitionist dream of the future, Celeste is reunited with her formerly incarcerated mom.
COVID-19 has rearranged our entire societal choreography. Here’s how two queer dancers of color are coping with the distance.