The first photo of Ryan Murphy’s The Prom adaptation, where is Brandy’s Cinderella?, Lost Girl is coming to the CW, the WNBA made the NBA’s strike possible, and more!
Betty from Riverdale Remains a Bisexual Queen! Your favorite rapper Chika with an in-depth profile you’ve never seen from her before, Naomi Osaka bringing Black Lives Matter to the US Open, and how to *actually* get your vote counted in this hellscape of an election.
A new profile of our new Batwoman, Javicia Leslie; Amber Riley’s Naya Rivera tribute will break your heart all over again; last night’s VMAs were bizarre; Holland Taylor knows you think she’s an all-powerful figure; and more!
The world IS on fire, but there is good news! Like, Marsha P. Johnson monuments, live kitten cams, Black babies dressed in Black Panther costumes, J.Lo’s nonbinary nibling, and so much more ❤️
When you’re poly and anxious, when you learn to show yourself the love you show others, the new cuffing season and more.
The relationships between boredom, work, art, pandemic, and banana bread; the bourgeois romance of pandemic isolation; read books about “disreputable women” by women writers and more.
The X-Files creepiest cases, Janelle Monáe on Michaela Coel, Amber Benson is hype on the Buffy reboot rumors, The Powerpuff Girls is getting new and gritty, this Kate McKinnon Tiger King biopic sure is happening, and more!
These lesbian penguins! “Bring It On” nostalgia! And some vintage Carmen Maria Machado for your reading needs!
Plus: Your first look at Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad, a bridge episode of Euphoria is on the way, a groundbreaking Canadian show about a trans teen, what Ellen’s kindness concealed, and is Olivia Wilde making a Spider-Woman movie?
Also: Shania Twain in leopard print, Black girls supporting Black girls, Brandi Carlile duets with Kelly Clarkson, queer visual histories, and more! Happy Sunday!
An orgasmic breath work class, the age gap debate, updates to the “rough sex” defense and more.
How to have the perfect queer zoom date (because who knows when we’ll ever be able to touch each other with our bare skin again). Also: the distinct eras of sex talk by black women in hip-hop, Trekkies Assemble! Nichelle Nichols needs our support! And a round up of the DNC quotables in case you don’t want to stay up all night watching.
Ellen ousts three producers, how Mulan will work on Disney+, A Black Lady Sketch Show’s historic impact, and more!
Dolly Parton, an Icon. Samantha Irby on the politics and love of sharing your fridge, Jen Richards promises her engagement wasn’t a Lex Ad (But also??), and a lot of food for thought about the Democratic National Convention.
Classic LGBTQ moments on soaps, Tig Notaro will replace Chris D’Elia in Army of the Dead, Janet Mock wins a whole new award, trailers for Trinkets and Bad Hair, Amandla Stenberg has joined Dear Evan Hansen’s feature film, and more!
1997’s The Watermelon Woman is required viewing for 2020 (plus, Cheryl Dunye was fine then and is still fine now!). Compton has a legally recognized transgender district, Bay Area queers have a legacy of providing mutual aid for decades, Disney has bisexual lead characters, and so much more! Happy Sunday!!
How to tell if you’re dating a narcissist, how to get better at talking about sex, a pandemic glory hole explainer, the self-destructing art show you don’t want to miss, and more.
Holland Taylor spills the tea on quarantining with Sarah Paulson and if Peggy Peabody was actually gay. Also: Kamala Harris has picked a Black lesbian as her chief of staff, and a stunning collection of black&white photographs of trans women in 1950s Paris for all you history nerds (and fans of mid-century glamour!)
Raven Leilani’s Luster and the new vocabulary for morality, how lesbian pulp fiction made one essayist feel normal, a ton of new memoirs and more.
Kamala Harris has become first Black woman and the first person of Indian descent to be nominated for national office by a major party. (Also, did you know, women of color are running for congress at an all-time high? I like to call it the “Squad Effect.”)