JVN’s got some news, Keke Palmer doesn’t know Dick Cheney, Celine is back, Young M.A doesn’t wanna be labeled anymore, and so, so, much more! Happy Sunday!
Last night, ten contenders for the Democratic nomination gathered in the First in the Nation caucus state for the LGBTQ Presidential Forum. Organized by One Iowa, The Gazette, The Advocate and GLAAD, the forum offered the most robust discussion of LGBT issues of the 2020 campaign thus far.
Also hey tonight is the series finale of Killjoys!
“Who will be the first to put ‘climb in my fur, baby’ in their Tinder bio?”
Did you know I was the first kid in America to eat a Lunchable?
“Love… Is… Life” the trailer informs us. Not just a beautiful sentiment, but a promise that The L Word will continue to use L-words whenever possible.
All but one of the episodes were written by women. All but two were directed by women as well.
Style and gender in the workplace, Young M.A., on wearing tight dresses, Remy Duran, America’s lesbian bars, The Craft, what’s driving liberals away from religion, and so much more!
Considering the discomfort my friends and loved ones experience when we travel together, or when I share what I think are unremarkable experiences of microaggressions or discrimination, has helped me understand the degree to which I’ve normalized things that are not normal.
As turned off as I am by *gestures wildly* this, I am 100% gonna put my vulva all up in it.
Is there a difference between drive and fear? Where are the abortion memoirs? What fall books should you definitely read?
Also: Lily Singh finally arrives on late night, Sarah Paulson channels her inner scumbag, The Sara Ramirez Test, an Adams Foster family reunion, Stephanie Beatriz is heading to the Disney Channel, Jane Lynch is making a new Golden Girls(???), and more!
It’s autumn, a time of transition — a time of maybe sharing a dorm room, of beginning to plan visits home for the holidays, of your roommate and you both being home all the fucking time because it’s getting cold and depressing out. Will you ever be able to masturbate and/or have sex without worrying about someone hearing every moment of it? With these toys and a little discretion on your part, yes!
The entire time I was waiting for Tanja I was trying not to panic, but couldn’t help thinking: If we can’t find this screw, then how will I make it to the airport?
Over 30,000 votes later! Here are your winners and our critic’s picks!
Your guide to all the shows that were smart enough to create a lesbian, bisexual, queer or trans woman character, thus inspiring within us deep wells of desire to view these programs with our very own eyeballs.
Beyond making Bachelor history or breaking boundaries, the conversations these women have had about jealousy, internalized homophobia, coming out, physical intimacy, open relationships, fear, and communication have far surpassed what we normally see between couples in these charged, difficult situations.
This week everybody tried to murder me, King Princess did cheerleader cosplay, Janet Mock covered Out’s Fashion Issue, Hayley Kiyoko hung out with a baby, Lena Waithe went to a wedding and more!
When I started watching this series, I never would have dreamed of comparing it to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but here we are!
Pop culture makes it easy to believe that having feelings for someone means you need to act on it. We explore why it can actually be healthy to have feelings for people without being attached to a specific outcome, or needing to tell them, and have you can process it on your own.