Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion set Queer Black Twitter ablaze with WAP. The lyrics, the video, and strong femme sexuality have kept it on replay — and give us permission to be audacious in the pursuit of pleasure.
Rainbows, a thousand women in suits and ties, unicorns, cats on cats on cats.
“Honestly, it’s for younger me who really needed to know that you could be queer and loved by God at the same time.”
“These two coming together and being so loud and proud about their sexuality and their love for their queer fans is my favorite thing in the world.”
“Pink, like the tongue that goes down. Pink, like the paradise found”
“So tell me why my gods look like you, and tell me why it’s wrong,” King Princess sings to the woman of her affection, promising to keep praying to her and loving her. This is a song about an aching, yearning love that is scared to speak itself out loud but bold enough to keep on loving.
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.
It’s like Kiyoko is using every muscle in body and move in her repertoire to drag queerness to the front of her entire music career.
Anti-goth makeovers are the patriarchy, exercise your face I guess, America’s women farmers, you can’t sleep, Julien Baker, 90 year-old lesbian fights back, and more! Something like 50 links in here so grab a snack!
This is who we are. This is who I am. And if you think you can stop me, you need to think again. ‘Cause I am a feeling, and I won’t ever end. I won’t let you hurt my planet and I won’t let you hurt my friends.
Loamlands’ new video is a powerful ode to Durham, NC’s troubled history with queer rights.
“Black girl magic is ancient as fuck.”
Mary Lambert, Halsey and Lauren Jauregui, Hailee Steinfeld and Carly Rae Jepsen all gave us new queer or queer-ish songs this week, and it’s up to you to make at least one of them the song of the summer.
You knew when the time came for Amandla Stenberg to star in their own music video, they would also direct it and edit it.
In this newest video, Kiyoko takes center stage as the queer protagonist of her video and her song, singing about the difficult feelings of a queer woman who develops feelings for a friend.
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.
If you’re into Very Famous Millennials and angsty lesbian drama (and you are, or else you wouldn’t be on this website), today is the day you’ve been waiting for.
Would you like to watch Kristen Stewart drive a muscle car irresponsibly while licking a blue lollipop? Today’s your lucky day, bucko.
Tegan and Sara are running errands at otherwise-mundane spaces — the laundromat, the post office, the market — where they are bombarded by innuendo in everything from envelope-licking to ears of corn. The result is very funny and very sexy.
The queer aesthetic here is so strong and bold and aggressive. It looks you straight in the eye turns you queer. It’s a queer gorgon. It’s queer medusa.