You have to actually say something in your dating app bio! You just do, I’m sorry. Here is how and how not to do that.
Caught up in the inconsistencies in its own mythologies, the Netflix fantasy-thriller-teen drama-musical struggles to come to a compelling or coherent close.
As Ryan Wilder, Javicia Leslie makes it clear — superheroes shine brightest when they are made for their moment.
Hunter Harris in GQ, Javicia Leslie in the Los Angeles Times, Lily Singh in the New York Times, and more!
Valerie and Meg look back at Critical Role’s gayest moments in 2020 because queer D&D is their favored terrain.
The confident vibe you get from me? The “naturally sexy” way you (might) think I am? It’s not natural at all. It’s a choice; it can be learned. Here’s how!
Making your way back to who you are is a long road, but you’ll get there sooner than you think. Also, Tessa Thompson will make you swoon, Saambhi on dating as a Muslim brown babe and Regina King is the auntie I strive to be.
An enormous vulva sculpture, sex toys are totally decor, the fun impact melatonin has on sex and more.
Gottmik says that since she had top surgery she loves to have her nipples out and what a gift for us all.
“I physically don’t know if I can stop!”
The only thing less believable is how well behaved all these cats are around coffee mugs and pastries.
“Honestly, my most creative accomplishment this year was recreating the entire movie ‘Labyrinth’ from start to finish on an Animal Crossing island!”
“The truth is I don’t know how to review Detransition, Baby. Torrey was too successful in what she set out to accomplish. If trans women have been and remain her primary audience then I, a trans woman, don’t know what to say from a place of supposed objectivity. The fact that this is not a PDF free on her website but a hardcover book garnering an immense amount of buzz fills me with a joy I can explain and a terror I cannot.”
Fun and frustrating, derivative and surprising, Netflix’s new ballet show Tiny Pretty Things is undone by its paradoxes.
Grief is not linear, finding help for your top surgery recovery, ways to alleviate feelings of isolation while staying home, and more!
I absolutely could not bring myself to do our “traditional” twice-a-week link roundup. Instead, today we are going to talk about white power and white supremacy.
The insurrection in DC on January and making sense of this chapter of the story of power in the US.
When I was a teenager, my parents prepped for the y2k crisis. Now I’m trying to understand what queer preparedness looks like in an uncertain time.
Plus also: The WNBA’s role in saving democracy, a new Batwoman poster, the queer legacy of Sabrina, and more!
Chef Melissa King listening to the “Garden State” soundtrack like it’s your 10th grade art class all over again, and a Tessa Thompson/Janet Mock/Trace Lysette 1-2-3 punch that you don’t want to miss.
“Through frank conversations with cross country mates and cheeky hints in coming-of-age films, I learned that masturbation is something people do to their vaginas with fingers, shower heads and (though I often doubted it) hairbrush handles. I intrinsically knew that what happened when I pressed my thighs together and held my breath was masturbation, too, but as my Encyclopedia of Wank expanded with no reflection of my own methods, it became clear that I was missing a fundamental element of jerking off.”