Celebrate five years of everyone being just so gay with Julia Nunes, Jenny Owen Youngs, Allison Weiss, Jukebox the Ghost, Vivek Shraya and more.
“I have a very vivid memory of this one particular time. I don’t know if you were home or not home. You must have been home, because why would I cry if nobody could watch me, you know?”
The first issue of this new ‘zine collaboration is about Coming Out To Yourself and it’s SO COOL and you WANT ONE. Or more than one.
Dance the pain away.
Some songs are just a lot better when queer people are singing them.
“what if grace made a playlist that was done in the persona of a baby bear ending hibernation and coming out of their cave for the first time since winter, would that make this day better”
Everyone Is Gay debuts a compilation album of everyone you love: Mal Blum, Ingrid Michaelson, Allison Weiss, Jenny Owen Youngs, and Gregory and the Hawk, for starters. Did we mention it’s for a great cause?
It was quite a year for Team Lezalicious — let’s take a look at the diverse group of ladies who blessed our hearts with their queerness this year. It takes all kinds, after all.
A step-by-step guide to hook-line-and-sink a musician.
It’s hot and it’s cold.
105 more humans for you to have awkward crushes on.
Brooklyn! Brooklyn is a pretty rad place, I hear. They’ve got that bridge situation going on.
Jenny Owen Youngs just officially came out on EveryoneIsGay.com!
A photo diary of Najva’s SXSW experience, in which she did (almost) everything wrong and still had a great time.
Check out some new tunes from Jenny Owen Youngs and Gillian Welch.
Jess G. initially wrote off “Voice On Tape” by Jenny Owen Youngs as another pleasant indie-pop song by a cute, guitar-playing girl. But then the chorus hit, and she thought, “Ohh, sexy.” This is the first in a series of Audiostraddle spotlights on SXSW artists.