From houseplants to spice girls to Generation Q, these were the 20 most popular posts of 2019.
Whether you’re into some kind of witchery yourself or you’d rather keep it fictional, thanks, here’s an overview of some of the best books from 2018.
There were a lot of awesome 2018 queer books. Here are the year’s best!
Did you read these 28 posts in 2017? Because if not, you should really fix that right away!
2017 somehow turned out to be the best year ever for lesbian and bisexual women on television — but we’ve still got a ways to go.
So it turns out that this is who you are and this is what you’re into.
Look out world, everyone is gay and here’s the proof.
Despite the world working as hard as ever to prevent us from doing so, black women — especially queer black women — did a whole lot of slaying in 2017.
Whether you’re Mexican, Puerto Rican, Costa Rican, Cuban, Panamanian or Argentinian, there were great examples of queer Latinidad for you.
These were entire TV episodes that paid off queer storylines that had been building, or approached lesbian and bisexual and trans stuff in ways we’ve never really seen on-screen, or expanded queer storytelling into genres where it’d been lacking, or utilized new TV platforms in queer ways.
2017 has been pretty awesome for a ton of new queer and/or feminist things to read! Here are some of the best.
2016 was the best of times and the worst of times. JK, it was the absolute worst of times. A lot of queer women died on TV. But a lot of them kissed and made googly eyes at each other too.
While the world was burning down, there was still some light in the world, and these comics provided a lot of that light.
Read these f*cking books.
2016 sucked, so I listened to a lot of music by women. It helped! Here’s seven of them which came out this year and thus were appropriate to use as a year-end recap list.
Princess Nokia, Dodie, Hayley Kiyoko, Tegan & Sara, Nina Sky and so many other artists blessed us this year with some very queer video imagery this year!
A look back on the stuff of legends.
8. Vanessa Hudgens Singing “There Are Worse Things I Could Do” in Grease Live!
Here’s 16 women or groups of women who gave me and you and everyone we know some life in this, the darkest of years.
We learned a lot from Cher this year, specifically about how much she hates Donald Trump.