“Many of Lafemmebear’s songs are full of righteous anger. This one is full of righteous caring, righteous love, righteous affection.”
“Honestly, it’s for younger me who really needed to know that you could be queer and loved by God at the same time.”
Janelle Monáe made an album just for me and you, and it’s your solemn duty as a queer woman to go and listen to it right at this very second and share all your thoughts and emotions in the comments.
It’s a tongue-in-cheek high five to everyone who’s just trying to get through the damn day, with a hook that’ll be stuck in your head for the rest of the week. You’re welcome.
Visually, it exists somewhere between a late-90s Smashing Pumpkins video and the Great British Bake-Off on hallucinogens.
I’m beyond honored and blessed to premiere the new live version of “I Am Her,” Diamond’s powerful anthem stripped down into an a capella performance.
“We wanted to tell a story, but rather than tell it in one frame, we divided the video into multiple parallel characters with both reality and fantasy, like a choose-your-own-adventure novel.”
Would you like to pull a blue feather out of someone else’s orifice with your teeth? We have a video for that! Would you like to re-enact the most iconic scene from the first X Files movie? We also have a video for that.
Queer Bay Area musician Lila Rose wants to talk to you about the circle of life, and how it moves us all.
Julia Weldon made this enormously gay video just in time for Pride, and she wants to share it with you.