Some people just want a nice casual playlist for their Halloween party! So, I decided to split all of the song spooky suggestions into two playlists.
Why wear just one costume when October lasts an entire month? Halloween is for the queers, own it.
Whether you’re interested in witches as a horror trope, a doorway to sex positivity, a topic of historical exploration, or rich characters and ideas in fiction or poetry, at least one of these books will bring something into your life!
She lets Miriam bite her arm. She lets Miriam suck her blood. She enjoys it. She wants more. She wants all of it.
Let’s remind the world that queerdos own the witching hour with creative, utterly adorable couples and throuples costumes.
It seems like Halloween songs – or, just, spooky, creepy pop songs in general – are having a comeback! What’s your favorite?
As The Haunting of Hill House has found new life across decades, the queerness has become more explicit yet less important to the overall work.
Here are 8 queer books appropriate for the Halloween season, from the genuinely terrifying to funny and lightly macabre.
October is upon us, which means it us our duty, as gays, to celebrate all entire 31 days of Halloween.
The real horror is straight people.
We’re all used to watching movies and rooting for the lesbians to live — lesbian horror movies make the gamble that everyone else in the audience will, too.
Happy Halloween! Y’all impress me with your costumes every year and 20gayteen is no exception.
Nakias and Supergirls and Wonder Women, oh my!
It’s the Friday before Halloween and I want to know your spookiest stories!! ??
What if you’re a eucalyptus tree and your dog is a baby koala! Wouldn’t that be cute?
gc2b grabbed some fabulous models and used their binders to create Halloween costumes on a budget using items you can find at a craft store, your local Halloween pop-up, and your own closet! This is for every queer who’s ever wanted to prance or parade around in their binder in public without putting a shirt over it.
The new Netflix reboot of Shirley Jackson’s classic has made a lot of changes; one thing that’s stayed, though, is kickass horror lesbian Theo — now with a whole backstory of complicated family trauma!
Send me photos of yourself in costume! Send me photos of your pet in costume! I’m making us a family photo album and I need your help!
Whether you’re a seasoned monster masher looking for new ideas or hoping to throw your first Halloween bash, there’s something in these three detailed party planning prompts for everyone.
Once I saw Heather Hogan stop a man who had been calling her “doll” in his tracks by asking him “What’s your name, buddy?” and that’s the same energy as Endora refusing to remember Darrin’s name correctly.