“Whatever, it’s fine. Give them your kidney. Then take one of their kidneys. It’s a kidney swap.”
We have more movies about lesbian and bisexual women than ever before; they’re not necessarily always realistic, but can still bring us meaningful and constructive relationship truths, regardless of how far removed from our real lives their plots are, or how many falcons they contain.
Sometimes, I just want to spend the day laughing. I bet you do, too.
Coffee and drinks are easy, but why stick to what’s easy? Get creative, but not so elaborate that your date thinks you’re madly in love with them and about to propose.
12. Sometimes Love Doesn’t Win, Quinn
Embrace a little chaos without getting in trouble with your therapist.
As a queer person, it’s a relief to watch work like this. It gives us permission to just be free, to just be queer, to just be ourselves. That’s what great queer cinema can accomplish.
I’m not very fussy about my wine, but I am very fussy about my board games.
Most people didn’t understand the theme, but last night’s Met Gala was as glamorous and queer as ever! Maybe, even more than usual this year!! Here are some of my favorite looks, paired with literal notes on camp.
Eight books with steamy summer affairs between women, with some settings abroad to boot!
“When was the last time you saw a straight person in a bog? That’s what I thought.”
12. Punch me in line for prison cabbage
I pulled these nuggets of little gold from all three hours of Endgame and I cannot wait to re-live them in obsessive, snarky detail with you!
These awesome eight crime books, including mysteries, thrillers, and true crime, all feature queer women!
Not all libraries have Kanopy access, but if yours does, you are hot to trot, my friend. Much like the subjects of the documentary about same-sex ballroom dancing, Hot to Trot, discussed within! Just a little LGBT documentary humor for you.
Stab me, Mommi!
Madeline Miller’s Circe was one of the most talked-about books of the year in 2018, and there’s a reason that we all love queer girl revisionings like Malinda Lo’s queer lit contemporary classic Ash. In that vein, here are 18 books that look at classic tales from a new point of view.
Sometimes you just wanna feel the heat with somebody who loves you.
“It didn’t work out, even on that second time, but she was really fun and I thought the haiku was inspired.”
A selection of emotionally devastating songs I live in fear of having to emotionally process in public without warning at CVS.