Encanto’s Jessica Darrow is ready to be your next queer crush, land dykes are ready for their great return (they never went anywhere), and welcome Girlboss Minnie Mouse??
Miranda continues to lose her mind over Che Diaz, Carrie struggles to take off her wedding ring, and Charlotte gives some very good lessons on the art of wearing tampons.
Noa tries to pick up her car at the auto shop and picks up her butch mechanic instead. “She buried her fingers in the dark locks of her mound and softly ran her finger up and down her clit, teasing. Cass pulled her hair gently.”
Get in, losers, we’re going to Lesbos.
Ava gives Gwyn the love is love speech, Sara tries to unfix a fixed point, and Spooner comes out as asexual!
This is a film that deals with the natural vs. the unnatural, that confronts a history of female oppression. Trans women are included in the natural, trans women are included in that history.
I’m so excited to be here. Let’s build Autostraddle’s financial future into something stronger, steadier, and more exciting than we’ve ever imagined!
Plus, book awards for Torrey Peters, Sarah Schulman, Darcie Little Badger, and more!
These stories are reminiscent of other coming-of-age movies, but the performances and specificity of the characters — as well as the clever structure — elevate the film as a whole.
By erasing Melody’s queerness, Archive 81 gains nothing and loses a lot.
Every Madrigal sister’s journey deserves to be over analyzed into redemption!
Also! The problem with How I Met Your Father, why you shouldn’t write off Che Diaz, how Whitney and Robyn fell in love, and more!
They served as daily messages your best friend should tell you when you’re hurting — and in desperate need of a silver lining.
Also: Cynthia Nixon is doing Fashion now, which I am very pro!! And I cannot get over the fact that Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts are matching in this random selfie? Color coordinated!
Just ask her for her ring size next time she sleeps over ‘cos — you’re done.
A fun lil read on how scammers became cultural icons, a celebration of Tatyana Ali’s ‘90s fashion, an ode to plant parents, and who’s all gay at the winter olympics.
For me, navigating polyamorous dynamics with white people is inherently taxing and painful as a Black person.
Single Drunk Female is a show about starting fresh, not just about drinking or not drinking.
I felt even more galvanized by the queer anti-capitalist characters I had come to know so well — and felt seen in the small choices I made to work towards an anti-capitalist future.
If I seem particularly harsh on what is ultimately a harmless 86 minute Sundance dramedy, it’s because so many other queer women movies deserve the press this will inevitably receive.