Mental health, bisexuality, and the great outdoors.
In this trying episode, Ava and Sara try to keep Gary’s wishing at bay, Nora tries to save Mona, and Charlie and Zari try to stop Neron.
In defense of daytime dates: they rule.
Embrace a little chaos without getting in trouble with your therapist.
“You girls are the talk of the ice-fishing derby!” I get that a lot. When we’re out hunting or fishing, my wife and I are frequently the only women (much less queer women) present.
Homophobic bullying among children, intense period pain is not normal, Stonewall at 50, queering psychedelics, Maddie Ross, and more!
Alex and Supergirl work together to stop the Red Daughter, and Lena goes to an unlikely candidate for help as things tick down to the final battle.
Bishop wrote seventeen drafts of this poem, so that’s one hundred and thirty six iterations of master and disaster. The losses pile up in a life, and each time you survive them, you have proven to yourself you can withstand more.
If you’re in the market a whey protein smoothie, you’re in luck! That’s what you’re getting on this week’s “To L and Back.”
Plus: She-Ra season three (featuring Geena Davis), non-binary Android emoji, certified Mommi Diane Keaton wants to play gay, the battle for gender-inclusive passports in the UK, and more!
The importance of small weak everyday social ties, the difference between the narrative you build about a relationship and its truth, why PornHub buying Tumblr won’t save it and more.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN???
“If I was a drink, I’d be bagel store coffee: better in the morning, culturally Jewish, a lil dull, a lil sweet, always reliable.”
This would be a solid Mother’s Day breakfast plan if you’re celebrating tomorrow! Otherwise make it anytime but especially for beachside mornings, slow weekends at home, and any day when waking up queer in this world could use a little sweetness.
Plus updates on: The Good Fight, The Chi, and Grey’s Anatomy!
I need your help. Maybe you need my help. Let’s all hang out and give each other good and bad advice!
“If Katie McGrath could spend her one precious month of Supergirl hiatus to go on the other side of the globe, where every spider is a killer, to kiss women on screen again, I can face another day of my gay life.”
Topics include Law & Order, LA bookstores, podcasts, Jared’s Galleria of Jewelry, Barilla pasta, the millionaire hermit, the stolen kids of Sarah Lawrence and so much more!
Pell’s Val is a lesbian antique shop owner from Portland with a new set of knees and thirst for young love.
As a queer person, it’s a relief to watch work like this. It gives us permission to just be free, to just be queer, to just be ourselves. That’s what great queer cinema can accomplish.