More than anything, this year, I wish black queer and trans people JOY. Martin Luther King didn’t fight that damn hard for us not to have a quality of life that comes with celebrating our joy and humanity first.
Black justice is not the sole responsibility of only black people. We’re asking: What does black liberation look like for you, and what are you prepared to do to get there?
With polling showing four candidates — Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren — within five points of each other in Iowa, last night’s debate offered candidates their last, best shot at separating themselves from the pack.
The highs, the lows, and everything in between.
Wmn Zine, the love letter to lesbians created by Jeanette Spicer, Florencia Alvarado, and Sarah Duell, is the exploring the radical nature of the word “lesbian.”
Have a queer survivalist friend who needs some new gear to round out their “get up and go” kit? Or a friend who just likes hiking and/or being outdoors but isn’t sufficiently prepared for the possibility of something going wrong?
We’re back for a barely conceivable fourth installment looking at the big dogs, little dogs and doggy dogs of more lesbian and bisexual women of history who were obsessed with them!
What are the political issues in the US you are most concerned about? What are your priorities for securing LGBTQ+ rights? And if it were up to you, dear reader – of any citizenship, living in any country – who would you vote for in the US presidential primary elections?
In most primary campaigns, staffers and consultants tell candidates not to do what Kamala Harris did last night — but I think she edged out Cory Booker for winner of the debate.
A queer company that makes a “fistin’ lube for lovers and others” is partnering with sexual advocacy and harm reduction groups while helping to erase tens of thousands of dollars of medical debt in West Virginia.
Netflix’s Unbelievable covers the true story of Marie Adler. For many women that have taken their rapist(s) to court, the show sheds light on painful truths.
Congresswoman Katie Hill flipped a Congressional district last year; she has now resigned due to what she calls a “double standard” in politics.
In every iconic twosome, there is a Tegan and there is a Sara. This may be the one true binary.
The tipping point was at the start of June, when I saw a rainbow sign outside the big Sainsbury’s on the edge of town. It dawned on me there might be a reason: Oh yes, it’s pride month. Except it’s not pride month here. Is it?
In a historic first both abortion and same gender marriage were decriminalised on midnight October 21st
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.
From the crucial necessity of giving Black trans women a platform to speak to the legacy of the fight for marriage equality to the urgency of addressing FOSTA/SESTA, six takeaways from last night’s Presidential Town Hall.
Today the Supreme Court heard arguments about whether the protections of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 apply to trans, queer and gender nonconforming people, and their decision on it will impact us all.
“Should these nondiscrimination protections be struck down then LGBTQ people will no longer be protected by federal law against workplace discrimination.”
If you can’t handle the titties, get out the strip club, babe. Even if it’s a fictional one.