Why people are bad at discussing sex, meeting up with internet folks you met in quarantine, how to make small talk when you do, and more.
Gottmik wants to show that trans people don’t have to be Barbie and Ken. Or, maybe, in her case, that trans men can be Barbie too.
It’s the (probably?) penultimate episode, and you aren’t ready and we aren’t ready. Nicole Haught, though? Born ready.
“I’m SCARED of people now, Andy! SMALL TALK? MEETING A STRANGER?? No Thanks!”
Also, the “Genera+ion” finale has already arrived.
Some of these choices are going to really test your loyalty!
One year ago, Potty Mouth’s tour with No Teeth and Koji was cancelled due to COVID. The bands — who had never met before — starting making music together every Sunday on zoom. That small pandemic ritual has turned into a new album, “Sunday Someday.”
Vaginismus can get in the way of essential practices and pleasurable activities, like penetrative sex, penetrative masturbation, inserting tampons or menstrual cups and receiving pelvic exams. But with the right guidance from a doctor and/ or a physical therapist, vaginismus can be treated.
“…To get some bread…for toast.”
The team offers advice to A+ members who asked whether a relationship can make it if you don’t feel you’re sexually compatible, what to do when falling hard for a queer coworker, and more!
Toxic marriage! Psychedelic mushrooms! Serial killer weddings! This Riverdale midseason finale has it all.
Six tips from therapists on coping with your anxiety about returning back to “normal,” a scholarship for Black LGBTQ journalism students in Monica Roberts name, Brandi Carlile’s new memoir, and Tina Turner’s legacy, finally in her own words.
WHAT WILL I BECOME? is a documentary in pre-production on trans masculinities, mental health, and imagining a way forward. We are examining the community’s unique challenges of visibility and nuanced experiences of misogyny.
Pizza Klatch is a vital safe space for 300-400+ youth who attend groups each week where they learn to self-advocate, build community, develop confidence, and easily access resources as they explore and develop their identities.
This tiny book is a quiet horror story in which beauty is a terror and friendship is an undoing of the self. The final line has haunted me long past reading it.
It’s moments like this that I’ve been desperately searching for in South Asian media these past few years. I want to know, I want to see where queer South Asians summon the courage to be themselves from, in a world where coming out is truly a global struggle.
“I know we everywhere, but Black SOUTHERN people are and will always be my heart. The way we love up on each other. Take care of each other. Check up on each other, sometimes a little too much. It’s the cadence of our little sayings, the burst out loud laughter. The dramatics in the everyday stories of nothing. I love Black southern people.”
For a show that usually aims for gravitas, Good Trouble does humor exceptionally well.
April’s gonna be great everybody! Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale, a new girls-on-the-run Japanese lesbian film, Kate Winslet as a detective with a gay daughter, Season 2 of The Circle, Season 2 of The Black Lady Sketch Show, a new misanthropic queer show from Australia and so much more!
Aries is a sign that wants what it wants, when it wants it. Can this inherently selfish impulse can be harnessed for the greater good?
Spiritually, we’re all making candles with Queen Latifah.