Yup, we found 120 films for lesbian, bisexual and queer women that are good enough for one of our most epic lists of all time.
Women who love women express it like this: with their faces just inches from each other, mouths slightly open like they’re about to kiss but not actually kissing, no, no, no, it’s too taboo, perhaps they will never kiss and just exist in this void until the end of time.
These are the most talked about, most acclaimed, most beloved and most watched lesbian movies that were birthed into the world after Autostraddle dot com.
Let’s take a long hard look at who else got nominated for GLAAD Awards this year besides us, with a not-to-be-missed section from Mey about the Comic Book nominees.
Read these books.
And! Because I’m the one doing the book club, I have a bit of an added element. There is a drink recipe in here, folks!
From the OUT 100 to the first lady of Zambia to Michelle Tea’s marriage, it turns out there was a lot of queer shit going down while I was working late nights in the office.
If you’re looking for a primer in all the ways that modern media is still failing queers, this film is a good start.
We want to hook two commenters up with copies of Julie Maroh’s graphic novel, Blue is the Warmest Color!
Despite worries that its content would turn off judges, an explicit lesbian romance took the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival.