Writing women’s sexuality in literary fiction, digital minimalism, queer summer reading and more.
Cara and Ashley Benson are instagram official, Samira Wiley needs a housecleaner, Stef Beatriz is the hottest thing at the pool, everyone is in Taylor Swift’s music video and other dispatches from celebrity lesbian instagram!
Alice comes out in a major way, Joey is changing their pronouns, and Jamal Thompon’s case is finally decided.
We interviewed photographer Candy Feit about her inspiration, process, and intentions for Cruel To Be Kind, her most recent photography project.
New trailers for GLOW and The Handmaid’s Tale, lots of queer actors and writers and directors talking to straight media for Pride, an amazing new musical fantasy project from Dee Rees, renewals for Pose and Queer Eye, and truly enough takes about Taylor Swift already.
Here’s that Gentleman Jack/Caroline Bingley fan fic you’ve been looking for.
You will not believe her pet name for Ashley, just trust me on this.
“Every day I tell myself that I deserve to be happy, I deserve to be loved, I deserve to have a hot girlfriend.”
Indie queer stores rarely have the cash-on-hand to make Pride-specific tees, but they’re still loaded with Pride-appropriate tees. Slogans include Lavender Menace, Magic Black Femme, Box Eater, Radical Indigenous Queer Feminist, Queer and Forever Here and SO MUCH MORE!
Cherie wants to give Shane her own hair salon, Jenny wants some bread for toast, Slim Daddy wants Bette and Candace to hook up and we want you to listen right now to the latest greatest episode of “To L and Back”!
Sadly, that’s also pretty much everything that makes Men in Black: International great.
Summer TV is here and you know what that means: Queen Sugar! Claws! grown-ish! Burden of Truth! And, weirdly, the end of The Bold Type’s third season.
“Are You Still Talking” was everything I fell in love with and very obviously over-identify with about Anne Lister, framed and filmed inside the kind of aching, sweeping, racing, desperate, tender, pleading, triumphant storyline only the most epic romantic movies about straight people ever are.
Whether your thing is memoir, fiction, new poetry or YA, there’s definitely something coming out this summer by and/or about queer people that you’re going to want to throw in your bag for the beach, get points for in your library’s summer reading program, or share with that new babe you just started seeing who loves your poetry recs.
“When I first matched with the “Goodbye Horses” fans and asked them about it one said, “that buffalo bill scene is classic” and the other said, “I LOVE the song.” Then they both ghosted.”
Also: A lesbian couple on My Little Pony, Ellen Page says Juno grew up to be a lesbian, that Yorkshire lady of renown, Lena Waithe wants to help you with your wardrobe, there’s still hope for One Day at a Time, Pose Pose Pose Pose, and more!
Kate Moennig and Leisha Hailey take pics at Pride, Evan Rachel Wood got a bisexual towel, Tessa Thompson wore alluring outfits in Marie Claire Magazine and other pressing news from celebrity instagram!
It’s exciting to me that he’s still using he/him pronouns. It’s exciting to me that he’s speaking publicly in a way that’s complicated and messy with a fluidity in language to match his fluidity in identity. It’s exciting to me because cis straight people love Queer Eye.
Mr. Piddles, I have something to tell you: Dana is gay and Cherie Jaffe wants a change and Kit will take the strawberry smoothie and Jenny is not having a nice time at this dinner party!
Over at Entertainment Weekly, showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan unveiled an annotated page from a Gen Q script and some details about the new series.