A wedding moment…no…experience…that you need to watch, queer Asian filmmakers telling their own stories, Rainbow Voices Mumbai, and the rebel cow who parties with bison.
By choosing Laverne Cox as a brand ambassador, Beyoncé is turning the spotlight onto her black, queer supporters, and allowing us to be seen.
Beyoncé’s husband released a new album, but what I’m excited about is the track titled “Smile” where his mother, Gloria Carter, comes out as a lesbian.
Hey, did you watch the 50th Anniversary of the Country Music Awards last night? I didn’t either! But I did watch Beyoncé and the Dixie Chick’s performance of “Daddy Lessons” and hot damn! It was fucking amazing.
Beyoncé annihilated the VMAs, true crime books, French mayors are trash, a book about girls and sex (titled ‘Girls & Sex’), that Kesha beat, PMDD, and so much more!
A road trip which happens to coincide with the occasion of Prince’s death and the release of “Lemonade.”
There’s no better distraction than music to keep your heart and hands from sending a message you might regret.
It’s almost time for Autostraddle’s International Meet Me At The Record Store Day. Let’s talk about our favorite albums on vinyl to get ready!
Topics include Lily-Rose Depp, Barbie being full of lies, hipster homophobia, Beyoncé, Zoolander 2, relationships and Netflix, BriaAndChrissy, Professor Sprout and more!
All the things you’ll want to click and then read!
“On an otherwise boring Saturday afternoon on the internet, Beyoncé delivered big and I sat in my house, jaw to the floor counting the many ways you could love a thing.”
As a follow-up to the time I used “gal pals” sarcastically and taught you all about the queer suffragists, and in honor of Gal Pal Week, this week’s Rebel Girls lesson is going to be about good, old-fashioned friendship.
The earth is aflame for the Nicki/Bey friendship canon. “Feeling Myself” delivers all the goods: cheeseburgers, bamboo earrings and Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé at their absolute best.
I’ve already watched this video about 50 times.
From mounting revolutions to redefining realness, these are 25 women who made waves in the world this year.
Beyoncé is officially the most-nominated female artist ever, Malala Yousafzai (sort of) and Elizabeth Warren can add “Grammy Nominee” to their resumé and lesbian country singer Brandy Clark earns two nominations.
We will begin with the greatest news of all…
***Please note that ***Flawless is not available on Spotify, but if were it would probably be the only song on this playlist.
Maybe there’s a new Beyoncé album about to drop out of the sky? Maybe not, but there’s a mysterious track list for Volume 2 making the rounds…
Jay-Z was also pretty adorable.