Your favorite music store gal pals/secret fight club are returning!
“An incisive and insightful psychological thriller where the relationship between the two female protagonists — a journalist and a murder suspect — is fraught with lies and complicated truths from the very beginning.”
The jeans, the belt, the button-up; her sunglasses, her hair, the way she leans. The dyke energy coming off her is unmistakable.
Welcome to the Georgia O’Keefe College of Arts and Subtle Dramatics!
Despite her early resonance, Hothead Paisan has faded from lesbian and queer cultural memory. Today we’re bringing her back.
From memoirs to how-to’s to love stories to sports to space, 2018 was another brilliant year for graphic novels written by queer people about queer people.
I absolutely adore all parts of this comic because all elements of it perfectly straddle two tones. The first, a serious critique of actual modern issues of socially applied technology and the second, something we’re all in serious need of these days: a good gay romp.
From the McElroys to Zoë Quinn and Tina Horn to the random guy that tries to make me buy his titty comics, I ask everyone how gay their shit is.
I mean, I know basically every woman was dressed gay in the ’90s, all that leather and flannel and everything, but Carol Danvers’ wardrobe is next level.
Everything you need to know before her new TV show!
Looks like Batwoman is going to break out of next year’s CW Arrowverse crossover with her own show!
“This book was so much better than I thought it was going to be and I thought it was going to be one of the best series of the year.”
There’s something about your first kiss with a girl, something different. It can bring out truths you’re not ready for, it can open doors that can never be closed, it can change your life forever.
Jessica Jones hired all women directors for season two and filled its writers room with mostly women, too — and it shows.
Everyone who’s been clamoring for a romance comic about queer Black women written by a Black woman and with art by women has gotten exactly what they want with “Bingo Love.”
It’s secrets and intrigue and lesbian looooove and just so very Terry Moore.
Over the last two years, a story about a trans girl living in Seattle and surviving through sex work was published in issues of ISLAND Magazine. Now, It’s being put together as one book, The Pervert, by Michelle Perez and Remy Boydell.
According to Variety, the new show is will be “an epic and timely tale that celebrates female friendship and empowerment, led by a warrior princess tailor made for today.”
The teens finally use their powers together, and it’s magical.
It’s hard to look forward to Karolina’s impending coming out arc, which is taking the slow-burn route, when her most significant storyline so far has been that she was almost raped and that Chase stopped it from happening. Writers, stop doing stories like these!