We’ve discussed the arguably gay women of The X-Files, and obviously Dana Scully at length. But it’s time to answer a different pressing question: how gay are the monsters of the week?
Enjoy these eight books, mostly fiction, about queer disabled women characters!
Korrasami walked so Bubbline could run.
Just some gal pals who righteously and gleefully killed their predators, who ruined powerful men’s lives and careers.
Once I saw Heather Hogan stop a man who had been calling her “doll” in his tracks by asking him “What’s your name, buddy?” and that’s the same energy as Endora refusing to remember Darrin’s name correctly.
“If I were Pac-Woman and these pumpkin rolls were the little dots in the maze I had to eat, I would win every time.”
I don’t scroll mindlessly through Twitter and Facebook anymore. What I do instead is engage with the women activists who are leading our way in the battle through the darkness.
I want to devour everything that came before us so we can continue to grow better, brighter, louder, closer. These Instagram accounts are a great place to start.
Spanning genre from fiction to essays to memoir, these books are vibrant, boundary-breaking, and as intriguing as they are affirming. I strongly recommend curling up with one of these in your favorite café to celebrate Bisexual Visiblility Day today and all this week — settle in for some miso soup (what Ruby, the heroine of Eating Chinese Food Naked, drinks as comfort food) with maybe some biryani and chai for the second course (from Corona, by Bushra Rehman) and read some of these literary works.
28 very gay sports in very gay order.
You already know the basics about buying a vibrator — maybe you already have one or two laying around your bedroom. If you’ve found yourself falling into a rut with your go-to, though, and are wondering if there’s something more, the answer is yes, Virginia, there definitely is.
Sometimes, on a rare harvest moon when the mermaids sing and the unicorns take flight, we’re treated to really authentic, layered, swoon-worthy portrayals of bisexual women on our favorite shows.
“EVEN THE STRAIGHTS CAN SEE IT.”
I mean, I know basically every woman was dressed gay in the ’90s, all that leather and flannel and everything, but Carol Danvers’ wardrobe is next level.
Don’t be a frigid bitch, but don’t be so un-frigid that you murder your husband with sex.
It’s easy to get caught up in how difficult grad school is, and to use that difficulty as an excuse to slack off on taking care of yourself, but the skills you build now will follow you into your career. It’s more important than ever to really make time and space for YOU, and I don’t just mean bubble baths.
“Intense but very brief sobbing in the shower while you get ready for work because your roommate never leaves the fucking apartment and it’s the only time you can.”
Everything you need to know before her new TV show!
Thirteen of the queerest films from Kanopy, a database you can access through your local library!
Fan service and character development and sex sex sex, oh my!