“The Prom” is a new musical and it’s about lesbians and we need to talk about it right now.
History of school lunches, Puerto Rico, voters divided by guns, a secret society of black southern women, Steve Scalise is trash wow, look at that so is Harvey Weinstein, and so much more!
Read queer banned books. Support their authors. And maybe buy an extra copy or two of these and leave them in a school library near you.
While not every episode is a musical one, many episodes do incorporate the characters singing songs and it’s never a waste of the show’s time. Instead, the music reveals things about the relationships, thoughts and feelings of the characters and gives listeners a brilliant new way to think about the things the show is talking about.
It’s Pride month, it’s Ramadan, and it’s time to support queer and trans Muslims. Masjid al-Rabia and Everyone is Gay are here to help!
The deal with your nose, surviving gaslighting, bigoted lawmakers obsessed with queer parents, a primer on the anti-racist movement, a cute bisexual in a hot pink tie (just saying!), and so much more!
Beautiful art, even more beautiful colors, perfect character and world design, and epic RPG-style storytelling.
It’s like cookies and cocoa with your coolest queer friend, but free and available for download right now.
“Why do I do this? Because it needs to be done. Our schools and communities need to be safer for our young people, we are losing too many of them. I’m not going to sit and wait with naivety that our government or schools are going to lead that.”
Steven Universe tells kids that they’re loved, that they’re special, and that there is nothing wrong with being themselves. This week it taught them that they don’t have to give up.
One of the most beloved queer YA books of the last decade is being adapted for the big screen. The timing couldn’t be more perfect.
Vegan stinky cheese, [literally] fake women, Diane Arbus, LGBT mobs against cake, midlife lesbian realizations, Marie J. Cuda, millennials are SO EFFING GAY, there’s a lot going on inside your boobs, and so much more!
Let’s celebrate Celebrate Bisexuality Day aka Bi Visibility Day aka the best day of the year with some self love, encouragement and brilliance from these youth.
From students suing for their rights and restroom access under Title IX to the rights of trans prisoners to be protected from sexual assault, these are cases worth following.
How many times can you watch the Stranger Things kids sing Uptown Funk, El Sanchez is hilarious of course, queer art post-Pulse, LGBTQ youth is out there just kicking ass, adventures in adventuring, hey there’s the clit, and so very much more!
The star of the Disney Channel’s Shake it Off, a dance show co-starring Zendaya, answered a fan who sent the question “are you bisexual?” with a simple “yes.”
A day after a federal judge sided with Texas in a different lawsuit against transgender students’ rights, Texas and four other states filed a lawsuit claiming a federal nondiscrimination health regulation forces doctors to act against their religious beliefs.
SCOTUS has issued a stay on a Virginia circuit court’s ruling, temporarily upholding a school’s anti-trans bathroom policy until they can issue a fuller ruling.
Stranger Things Fan Club meeting, ugly produce, Sesame Street, death is stupid, missing white girl syndrome, have you heard about lesbian bars though, Steven Universe, queer punk jamz and so much more!
Are you looking to listen to an absolutely great pop song while crying because you’re so happy and hopeful today?