You could say we’re “up on the watershed, standing at the fork in the road” – and the list of our choices is as vast and varied as Indigo Girls’ song catalog.
On our recent survey of Autostraddle readers over 29 we asked “who was the first lesbian or bisexual celebrity/public figure you remember being aware of?” These are the scientific results of that particular investigation.
Here are some songs to help get you there.
In the rural South, the word “tomboy” is basically a euphemism for “She’s genderqueer, and she may or may not grow out of it. Hell if we know.”
Songs about places. So many places to sing about, like Ohio and Carolina and Georgia and London and Nashville and New Orleans and New York and California and you’ll see! Just listen to it.
Breaking up isn’t easy, even when it was your idea.
This playlist is a classic lezzer lez lezfest of lesbianism!
“If the kids are united, they will never be divided.”
All of the musicians on this list have kissed a girl and liked it.
Marshmallows, campfires, single-ply biodegradable toilet paper and songs.
Passion Pit cover The Ting Tings, Girl In A Coma cover Patsy Cline and Robyn covers Robyn. Gaga & Ono get their blues on, while Raimy Rosenduft & Holly Miranda get their podcast on. But you might forget all that when you see the cat play the drums.