We’re settling into Gemini season with gay rodeos, news about the Aladdin remake, trans commercials to make you weepy, Pride collabs, gay rodeos, and more!
A French kissing refresher, censored queer sex ed, ballon fetishes, masturbating without using your hands and more.
How about a sugar cookie-filled Pride?
A personal essay on Dressbarn that you didn’t know you needed, the WNBA is not a girl not yet a woman, reparations, Sylvia Rivera, abstinence-only is so fucked, a Roe challenge thought exercise and so much more!
Billie Jean King will go down as one of the greatest tennis players — one of the greatest athletes, actually — of all time. 39 Grand Slam titles. 20 Wimbledon victories. And, of course, her Battle of the Sexes win over Bobby Riggs, which sold out the Astrodome and was viewed by more than 90 million people.
12. Sometimes Love Doesn’t Win, Quinn
With big ideas and a constant need for movement, Gemini season is all about connection, communication, and construction – we buzz with ideas, pour our hearts into new projects, share hopes and dreams.
I wish this Aggro Crag were maybe just a smidgen less aggro.
LGBTQ podcasts u need 2 hear, abortion, branding women’s pleasure, bees, men behaving badly, the story of a queer Jewish cookbook, tough women, and so much more!
“Corpse Flower” gathers those petals, each one placed on the altar as every word is placed in the poem. The sweetness of a petal curling up to touch itself.
Ecosexuality and fucking to save the planet, the logistics of sharing a bed for actual sleep, sex with 30 people in 30 days and more.
11 LGBT New Yorkers who deserve monuments, Reebok’s Pride collection, new music videos from Halsey, hot Lizzo/Charli XCX gossip, and more!
I didn’t understand unconditional love until I met Remi.
Abortions!!!, Gen X, no such thing as a lone wolf, Good Company Issue #3, Puerto Rico’s first elderly LGBTQ home opens, Kristen Arnett, and so much more!
You’re pretty much the definition of BDE, being the sign that sits back and watches everyone else with smooth skin and great makeup. You’re understated.
“Looking back the flirtation was sort of obvious? Danny characterized the general tone as ‘I wanted you to know I didn’t speak French, but that I was still smart.'”
“Would it be easier for you, if I wasn’t so fast? Would you prefer I hadn’t worked so hard?” Semenya is fast because she works hard to be at the top of her game; every single time. Much like any other athlete who dominates their sport from Simon Biles to Serena Williams to Billie Jean King and Abby Wambach. Which is why, I, Queer, African, Woman, Black, Failed Athlete, celebrate you Semenya and the work you have done for women like us; for whom our presence on global stages remains to be normalized.
In defense of daytime dates: they rule.
Embrace a little chaos without getting in trouble with your therapist.
Homophobic bullying among children, intense period pain is not normal, Stonewall at 50, queering psychedelics, Maddie Ross, and more!