Rest in the abundance of our love, Adam Toledo. How you can fight the anti-trans bills surging across the U.S. and how to never call the f*cking cops again.
Brandi Carlile on her morning routine, guess who’s IRL gay from Falcon and The Winter Solider, and these anti-trans sports bills aren’t just transphobic — they’re racist, too.
A year into pandemic, America’s remaining lesbian bars are barely hanging on, a tribute to Beverly Cleary’s Ramona Quimby, and you’re about to hear a lot more about “ghost guns.”
Arkansas has now officially passed the most extreme anti-trans law yet, Tracy Chapman is the queer mentor you’ve been waiting for, ranking the 25 Best Muppets, and what happens if you lose your vaccination card?
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.
Here’s why the filibuster is a Jim Crow relic, Raquel Willis and Richie Shazam on imagining our queer and trans futures, Megan Rapinoe playing soccer in a suit is today’s thirst trap of choice, and celebrating Jessica Walter with 13 of Lucille Bluth’s most iconic moments.
Queen Latifah’s rom-com history, Black queer winemakers, a must-read personal essay R.O. Kwon about Atlanta, and how to plan for the growing old when you don’t plan on having kids.
I am f*cking tired of white men killing people. I am f*cking exhausted of all the white supremacist violence my body, and our bodies, have been forced to withstand in such an already exhausting pandemic year.
What we mean when we say “Don’t Forget Breonna Taylor,” how to properly hold your keys in your hand when you’re walking home alone at night, and surprise! surprise! the Vatican remains homophobic as always.
Mississippi became the first state to sign this year’s sweep of anti-trans bills into law (and some more readings about what’s coming next), misogynoir nearly killed Meghan Markle, and making it through this terrible sexless year.
Roxane Gay on becoming a queer elder before you’re ready, healing from this pandemic, the radical legacy of Dolly Parton, Drag Kings, and more!
This is now a Zaya Wade stan account, people are dressing up to get the vaccine, Broadway stars sing Whitney Houston, and some really smart reporting about the growing wave of anti-trans bills sweeping at the state level.
This co-op is tackling homelessness with its own house for QTPOC, the history of anti-Asian violence in America, and Dolly Parton got the vaccine…. soon, so can you!
How TV stories have shaped our understanding of AIDS, 14 fixes for pandemic monotony, R.O. Kwon on misunderstanding kink, and the intwined histories of white supremacy and transphobia.
Halle Berry grew up by practicing kissing on girls (stars, they’re just like us). Also, Megan Thee Stallion interviews Rep. Maxine Waters, more truly excellent Britney reads, and what does abortion access really look like during a pandemic?
The queer art for divorce, advice on cohabiting with your girlfriend for the first time (should you split the rent?), the librarian war against QAnon, Carmen Maria Machado on Phoebe Bridgers, and more going into your weekend!
You’re probably doing your pandemic pod all wrong, dispatches from the California stripper strike, wait what is going on with Cara Delevingne and Jaden Smith? And photography of lesbian joy from the 1970s that will warm your heart right in the middle of a cold February.
Excellent reads from noted queer authors Kristen Arnett and Leah Johnson, grown up love stories that are certain to make you cry before Valentine’s Day (one starring Roxane Gay and Debbie Millman) — and more to wrap up the week.
One Million Moms is boycotting this American Girl doll for having lesbian aunts (lol what!?!?), a history of Black Queer Chicago and AIDS Activism, and Serena Williams the GOAT has so many trophies she can’t keep them straight.
Brandy and Whitney’s Cinderella is finally coming to Disney+, queer indie game designers, a round up of the anti-trans bills showing up in state legislatures nationwide, and a profile of Sonia Sotomayor not to be missed.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took to her Instagram Live to talk about trauma and the January 6th Capitol Riot. Remembering how Sophie made you feel, Black fashion historians on Black culture’s most influential moments, and every single trade news from the WNBA Free Agency period that you can imagine.