So what’s something I do when I am a little sad and want things to turn around? Put things inside my pussy!
Somehow, we are still doing this and so, of course, the gays are ready to show up and show out.
Fabiola’s story taps into a real dynamic in queer communities, but “Never Have I Ever” couldn’t bring itself to actually identify the problem for what it truly is: racism.
We all — Ex-Orthodox, Orthodox, and bisexual — deserve better from Netflix than the perpetuation of misconceptions about our identities.
15 questions to evaluate your relationship, what to do if you’re jealous of a partner’s friend, the Olympic “anti-sex” beds and more.
Plus updates on the latest episode of American Horror Stories, The Republic of Sarah, the second season finale of Betty, and it’s Halloween on Motherland: Fort Salem.
Drawn is quintessentially Tig Notaro: dry, gently sardonic, softly sprawling stories that pull back the curtain on the every day pain and absurdity of just being a human being in this weird world.
Stories are the things that make us human, and real gay people still need to see fictional gay people finding happy endings to know happy endings are possible for them too.
“Just in time for my Sports Gay Summer! (A summer in which I, queer, play absolutely no sports but admire the athletes, gay, who do).”
The Autostraddle team tackles questions from asking your girlfriend to move in, decorating a new space after a divorce, healing after homelessness, decorating with a partner, making a space with roommates feel like your own, to carving out space for yourself on your commute, and more in this special Spaces & Places edition of Into the A+ Advice Box!
The first new Brandi Carlile single in three years!! A new personal essay from Roxane Gay, voting rights threaten white power (never forget), and revisiting the iconic Pink Motorola RAZR phone.
Alice returns to her comedy program with a hero’s welcome — and is immediately faced with more cis white dude garbage decisions.
The best use of a graphic design degree is a gay animated slide deck.
“If I see that He’s hard, I drop everything,” Nix said. “My mind goes blank. I stop what I’m doing. Strip. Fall to my knees. Mouth open, arms behind me. Ready for Him to fuck me in the face.”
After the song’s gentle teasing passes, Patti exclaims, “it’s me,” the somebody who loves you. I think of the women I have loved, despite the ways we have hurt each other.
This season is an opportunity to take pride in exactly who you are, to show yourself love and radiance instead of hiding your fire. How are you stepping into your personal power? Which aspects of yourself give you a sense of joy, pleasure, confidence? Where does your magic come from?
Disney’s first queer love song, Never Have I Ever’s Fabiola and Aneesa on coding queer clothing, more queer Fear Street chatter, and a Mary Tyler Moore doc from Lena Waithe.
It’s no surprise that over 25% of the openly gay athletes in the Tokyo Olympics play women’s soccer.
Even if you don’t have the budget or permission to do full-scale renovations, there are so many small tweaks and adjustments you can make that will still create substantial change.
Thank you to Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe for being you, Janet Mock is giving iconic Season Three SATC vibes, and what if I pivot to being a teenage boy and cover my walls in the Leyna Bloom Sports Illustrated?????? Might be kind of iconic???