There’s no day like today to put money back into the community. We’ve got bowties, babelands, books, pet-care, coffee, toys, socks, an abundance of menswear-for-womens-bodies and so many more awesome things sold by lesbian, bisexuals and queers!
What I wore on Election Day and Post-Trump.
With millions of subscribers between them, lesbian, bisexual and otherwise queer-identified people are taking over online video content, one like at a time!
“Being Queer is not about who you’re with, it’s about who you are.”
“Dear Editor: You are cordially invited to have brunch with country music icon Dolly Parton this Sunday, August 7th.”
“I honestly just Gryffindored my way through a lot of this process, using my supreme confidence in my skills as my guide.”
We now live in a world where it is totally possible to claim the same word as someone else and completely disagree on what the word means.
Autostraddle walks you through the entire history of trans female characters on American television from 1965-2015.
To a casual viewer, this might seem like a down home, girl next door outfit. Oh, just some casual slip-ons, a jersey top, cut-off jean shorts and a baseball hat. Hey y’all! But then it’s like, oop, nope, that’s just a bra.
So many women who’ve suffered death by television and just-so-happened to also like other women.
ELLE Magazine asks if we’re post-LGBT because Kristen Stewart and kids these days just aren’t labeling themselves like they used to and so in this post what happens is that we all talk about the labels we use for ourselves and then y’all can talk about that or whatever you want, really.
“When I want to go for a drink at a bar where I know the crowd will be overwhelmingly straight, I take great strides to ensure a look that says I’m both sexually unavailable and I might attempt to convert you to a new religion.”
We’ve got data and timelines and infographics and conversation on topics including: white actors getting Oscars for playing people of color, white savior narratives, roles that garner nominations for Black actors, the shocking lack of nominations for Asian, Latinx and Native American actors and so much more.
“Yearn is honestly a little too much. Yearn is the bar equivalent of Marina’s voice on Jenny’s voicemail that one time when she’s like, “Jenny. I was just… thinking about you.”
Started as a bottom, now I’m here.
“I came. You didn’t. I’d kind of expected it to happen because of our connection – hoped egotistically anyway. I was disappointed but figured I’d give it time.”
Today’s Slate.com article about Hillary Clinton dressing like a lesbian misses one very important point: EVERY presidential candidate dresses like a lesbian. Luckily, we are here to make that point for you.
“If Carol really wanted an Oscar for Best Picture, Haynes should have had Harge and Carol reunite as he sewed a severed arm back onto her body and chased away the bear that mauled her, waving his torch and singing the song of heroic, indispensable men and dudes and fellas and lads and boys and brotherhoods, all along the way.”
“I put “they/she” on a pronoun button for the first time and countless people — moms, older gay and lesbian folks, and my peers — asked me to share what that meant and what genderqueer identity is because they genuinely wanted to understand ideas that were foreign and difficult for them so they could love me better.”