It’s where I keep my most precious treasures.
Defeating this bill is a matter of life and death to the transgender, gender non-conforming and intersex people of color who depend on Medicaid to survive.
Bless #KenOfCenter, forever and ever amen.
Check out what AS readers are wearing and doing now that winter is finally behind us.
“This wholesale group exclusion of a person based on an accusation that they are somehow dangerous without any opportunity for that person to describe why they think this charge is happening or how they are experiencing it, or for anyone to look at the order of events that produced this accusation or the history of the person accusing — I mean, this is the definition of injustice.”
“Lingerie is the clothing that most relates to our intimate feelings about our bodies — it can reflect the way we see sensuality and sexuality, and also have the ability to transform our relationship with our bodies.”
Your community gallery for May! Nearly 100 queers doing the work!
Hot women-only hotels, resorts and cabins to check out in Ohio, New Jersey, Florida, Oregon, Palm Springs, Delaware, Key West and Montana — just be sure to check in before 1998.
Would you rather be drowned in Jello or suffocated by cheesecake?
These comedians’ answers will surprise you, and you definitely can’t find any of this stuff on Google.
Your April community gallery is here! With more llamas than you’d think.
Every time I return to it, The Handmaid’s Tale offers me something new. In the Hulu series, the “new thing” is “more lesbians.”
Thousands of people across the nation showed up to say that we, the people, want to see Donald’s tax returns.
We all know self-care is important, but what does that actually mean? I talked to four experts in mental and social health care to find out more about the nuts and bolts of what self-care and community care look like for queer communities.
It’s another community gallery! What were we all up to on those March Friday nights? I’ll tell you, it did involve some cute cocktails.
“It is a matter of national survival that we never get used to the president’s hair.”
“It’s not about race.”
Your next community gallery is here! Come gaze upon nearly 170 queer bedrooms of our lives, and the queers who queer them. Safe for work, more or less!
“My niece shows me her Instagram feed and I see no one like her looking back at me. The people I love have fleeting reflections in the media.”
“You keep using a weird combination of words. ‘Post’ and ‘racial’ implies that race is no longer an issue.”