Katie Sowers is going to the Super Bowl and Amber Heard looks great in her cast!
Chani Nicholas’ debut astrology guide slash workbook gives you the keys to better understand yourself, if you are ready to commit to it.
Come on in and meet the new kids! Who are actually all adults!
Katie Sowers is the first lesbian to coach in a Super Bowl, San Francisco Pride bans corporations and cops from this year’s parade, and more mid-week reading!
The Emperor doesn’t have to be a symbol of everything that’s oppressed us, that’s harmed or damaged or traumatized us – instead, it can be an invitation to reclaim the foundations that have already been built, to shake them up and find ways to use them in new and empowering ways, or to tear them down and rebuild completely.
What’s incredible about Sex Education, and especially this second season, is its ambition is to include everybody.
America Ferrara’s new bilingual comedy series combines my absolute favorite things: Latinx families, drool-worthy close ups of food, and brown girls making out. What more could you ask for?
Autostraddle is looking for a dedicated part-time editor devoted to members of the trans community who both read and write for the magazine!
Cheating is a form of escape from our current situation; it allows us to momentarily be with someone else, maybe even be someone else, for a night. Honesty has consequences. Cheating, if we don’t get caught, does not.
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.
It’s tough competition on The CW, but Batwoman seems determined to become the gayest show on TV.
Bette Porter is not afraid to sleep with your wife! And we’re not afraid to admit that we loved a certain sinful make out!
Alex and Kara find themselves swimming in Brainys, including a gay lady Brainy, in this new post-Crisis world.
After this recent season of focused movement and intensive structure, Aquarius invites us to expand our vision of what’s possible, to let our imaginations take over, to consider what kind of future we want to build not only for ourselves, but for the world we inhabit. Where Capricorn helped us to stay grounded, Aquarius demands that we soar.
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?
Gen Q has come the closest to featuring the kind of trans women representation I crave. All that needs to change is for the show to make the characters trans.
“Kate has finally become comfortable as Batwoman, in being a symbol of hope for Gotham City — but now she’s starting to understand that, as a symbol, she can do more.”
Bette would like some more wine!
Hayley Kiyoko’s favorite things, gay coffee, San Fran Pride says ACAB, where to be lesbian in LA, and more! Happy Sunday!
Vintage lesbian porn, conviction as a way to access desire, the dating apps selling your data to third parties and more.