Topics include the cast of RENT! Live, Jodie Corner playing queer in a feminist short, Janelle Monáe on the cover of Glamour, Dee Rees’ horror film about a black lesbian couple in rural america, the Boomerang reboot, Heathers getting delayed again, a lesbian guest on Queer Eye, lots of witchy stuff, Eileen Myles and more!
“always happy for the opportunity to turn our community’s collective missteps into content”
We’re all used to watching movies and rooting for the lesbians to live — lesbian horror movies make the gamble that everyone else in the audience will, too.
Jefferson finally realizes Anissa needs some freedom, Jennifer’s ex-boyfriend is getting creepier, and Black Lightning’s gotta figure out how to do better with its women villains.
Happy Halloween! Y’all impress me with your costumes every year and 20gayteen is no exception.
Also, a mini-L Word reunion takes place at the polls and people are still throwing their bras at Hayley Kiyoko.
Nakias and Supergirls and Wonder Women, oh my!
The thing about leaving is that the ghosts tend to stick around.
Queering heteronormative tropes is certainly my favorite way to spend Thanksgiving.
“I can simply rest in this strange and beautiful world of homosexual daddies with expansive definitions of what it means to be masculine; given how raw and terrible I feel as I continue to come out as trans, continue to lift up the rocks within myself and peer under them, this is what I need.”
Sara and the Legends go to Salem during the Witch Trials to fend off an evil Fairy Godmother while Ava works with Nate to save the Time Bureau.
Can you believe it’s already Halloween?! Check out this RAD last minute makeup look inspired by Janelle Monae’s “Make Me Feel” video!
Listening to the same song on a ceaseless loop is intensely satisfying.
A gay situationship is an interpersonal scenario involving strong feelings that are opaque, ill-communicated or unclear to the people involved in them and could be meaningfully clarified by a “what are we” conversation. Usually, you can identify them by the fact that the people involved would rather do literally anything than have a “what are we” conversation.
Aisha Tyler posted a pic on Instagram in which she was kissing Emily Bett Rickards and also she called Emily her “True Love” so I think that seals the deal, right?
Massachusetts is considered a progressive vanguard when it comes to LGBT issues, and a loss there would be devastating. Question 3 was put forth by anti-trans organizers betting on the hope that they had more of a foothold in public discourse now than they did two years ago; No on 3 would prove them right.
This was mostly a filler episode but Alex works with Lena to save Kara, so that’s pretty cool.
Black witches, scary stories to fuck you up, Bolsonaro, Native American voter suppression, siblings??, queer horror icons, and more!
I surrounded myself with pieces of paper organized by titles. “Things I want.” “Things I need.” “Things to buy.” “Things to throw- away.” “Things to do.” “Things to fix.” The first thing on my list was “Me” and the second thing was “The United States of America.”
“Ultimately, though, no one really wins, because to have won you’ve had to scream ‘peel’ on repeat until everyone hates you.”