So many women who’ve suffered death by television and just-so-happened to also like other women.
“We wrote more obituaries for murdered trans women in 2015 than TV recaps for any single show we cover.”
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the revolutionarily boring queer TV storylines of the year.
This should keep your brain busy for quite some time.
From Ali Adler to Nahnatchka Khan to Ilene Chaiken to three different women named “Liz,” you might not recognize their faces, but you’ll definitely recognize their work.
Do you ever wonder how Ellen Page likes her eggs cooked? What Laverne Cox got up to last night? Whether or not Sara Quin’s old cat is jealous of her new cat? Do you ever wonder how much merch Autostraddle staffers wear, really?
While we await new episodes of our favorite regular season shows, we thought it would be a good time to address the thing you really care about: Which lesbian/bisexual TV characters would be the best to U-Haul with?
“It’s like biting into a decorative soap. Whoever decided this was an acceptable form of dessert was a sadist of the highest order. If anyone ever offers you one of these items, escape immediately; this person is trying to kill you.”
I was really glad I was able to find this many women in superhero comic book movies that I liked.
Some songs are just a lot better when queer people are singing them.
Spread the gay agenda with these colourful, easy-to-read books teaching love, acceptance, and science.
There is no tradition more time-honored than playing the role of a random New Yorker who discovers a corpse in Central Park on an episode of Law and Order.
This epic megapost is your glorious opportunity to meet more than 100 amazing black LGBT women who’ve made their mark over the last 150 years.
105 more humans for you to have awkward crushes on.
Here you’ll find academic books and nonfiction books documenting the experiences of bisexual people, fiction or memoir that depicts bisexual people and a few online resources!
Welcome to the most in-depth amazing massive guide to queer-girl star-sign compatibility anywhere in the entire universe. “What’s your sign?” is a totally valid pick-up line, and don’t let anybody tell you otherwise.
You voted and the results are in – the best 100 queer-lady fiction or memoir books of all time!
Photographs of lesbian, bisexual and otherwise-identified women, 1850-1999. Seriously this is really cool.
NPR’s list of Top 100 Choices For Best Teen Novels lacked proper queeriosity. Thus we present our top 20 picks for Queer Teen Novels For Girls.
If you like lesbian history as much as I do, then you’ll love all these books about queer life in various towns, states, cities and countries. Your input is welcome!