This final “Come Vibe With Me” is full of sweet goodbyes and chill thank you’s. Also, Megan Thee Stallion meets Mean Girls, hella love for Chloe X Halle and a request for Angel Haze to stare at me forever.
When it comes to dildos, how big is too big? Also: what Venus in Pisces means for your love life, keeping an ex’s nudes, and more.
How TV stories have shaped our understanding of AIDS, 14 fixes for pandemic monotony, R.O. Kwon on misunderstanding kink, and the intwined histories of white supremacy and transphobia.
It’s ok not to remember everything that you read, a new fund for Black creatives, and what is it like to explore childhood horror through the lens of queer adulthood?
Also in today’s Pop Culture Fix: Gillian Anderson will play Eleanor Roosevelt, Legends of Tomorrow is moving to Sundays, the Zendaya interview that’s raising perfectly sculpted queer eyebrows, and more!
Halle Berry grew up by practicing kissing on girls (stars, they’re just like us). Also, Megan Thee Stallion interviews Rep. Maxine Waters, more truly excellent Britney reads, and what does abortion access really look like during a pandemic?
Queen Latifah’s crushing the Sunday ratings, Batwoman’s new non-binary character, the best movie endings, Roxane Gay on her love-hate relationship with HGTV, Ashley Benson’s new crime podcast, and more!
Sometimes unexpected silence is all the sweetness you really need. Also, I’m still crushing on Arlo Parks, customized herbal care packages for Black folks, and find out what happens when Tilda Swinton is the link to one hell of a meet-cute.
What “kink” means, lies about kissing, vaccinating sex workers, how transparent dating app policies are (not very) and more.
The queer art for divorce, advice on cohabiting with your girlfriend for the first time (should you split the rent?), the librarian war against QAnon, Carmen Maria Machado on Phoebe Bridgers, and more going into your weekend!
Viola Davis and Stacey Abrams in conversation, Thunder will appear in the Black Lightning spin-off, the story behind those Lady Gaga Oreos, Reign’s Adelaide Kane comes out as bi, and more!
You’re probably doing your pandemic pod all wrong, dispatches from the California stripper strike, wait what is going on with Cara Delevingne and Jaden Smith? And photography of lesbian joy from the 1970s that will warm your heart right in the middle of a cold February.
Dolly Parton will finally appear on Grace & Frankie, baby-eating witch Kate McKinnon doubts QAnon, Ruth Negga will play queer legend Josephine Baker, Brooklyn Nine-Nine will end with a shortened season eight, and more!
I’m not letting Imposter Syndrome knock me from celebrating my good news. Also, let’s talk about how cute Kaash Paige is, celebrate Megan Thee Stallion being a beautiful babe and demand more movies shows us Black girls kissing.
Some Valentine’s suggestions if you’re into that kind of thing; the many ways to be kinky; the many ways to be probably in love with your best friend; publish more queer erotica and more.
Excellent reads from noted queer authors Kristen Arnett and Leah Johnson, grown up love stories that are certain to make you cry before Valentine’s Day (one starring Roxane Gay and Debbie Millman) — and more to wrap up the week.
Semicolons are the best; so is having a nemesis; remembering gay bars; “the continual project of reckoning with ourselves”; and more.
We’ve decided Rosie is Bette Porter’s arch-nemesis in Gen Q, Jasika Nicole joins Peacock’s Punky Brewster reboot, Callie Torres/Sara Ramirez’s lasting legacy, and more!
One Million Moms is boycotting this American Girl doll for having lesbian aunts (lol what!?!?), a history of Black Queer Chicago and AIDS Activism, and Serena Williams the GOAT has so many trophies she can’t keep them straight.
Netflix picks up Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga’s Passing, Jojo Siwa is making a live-action musical about her life, Dan Levy can’t keep his promise to the lesbian M&M’s, how Captain Marvel helped WWE star Tegan Nox come out as bisexual, and more!
Just tell them you have a crush, I swear you’ll be okay after you do. Also, let’s leave Black women alone and start radicalizing our parents more, shall we?