Kim and Sugar. Camilla and Jocelyn. Alice and Dana. A look at the legendary duos that lived the nightmare and sometimes came out alive.
The seasons are turning and we’re starting over with a new format and stories about people making big changes.
After eleventy hundred years of being pregnant, Daya finally has her baby.
Orange Is the New Black, The Fosters, Sense8, Pretty Little Liars, Glee, and more!
Piper and Alex break up, Pennsatucky breaks down, and Ms. Rosa makes a cameo!
In which things start falling apart.
It’s Gal Pal Week on Autostraddle.com! Let’s kick it off by counting down television friendships we adore!
Leanne’s Amish roots come to light as she hammers out the tenants of Normaism, a rabbi arrives to test Jewish Black Cindy and the others about their newfound Jewish faith, and Suzanne’s legion of admirers grows.
Ruby Rose, the results are in and you are NOT THE FATHER!
Strong brews for everybody!
Chang has a lot of secrets. The main one is she’s a total badass!
Piper and Alex make plans to be stereotypical lesbeans! Black Cindy gets some new curls. Flaca starts a feelings-war with her homegirls in the kitchen. And everyone fills out their E-Harmony profile together!
This week, pretty much the whole cast of Orange Is The New Black went to Pride and Lea DeLaria high-fived a million angels.
“Yes, I’ve been ousted from Internet retirement by the sweet harkening of a fellow bulldyke on TV. And truly, I was not disappointed.”
Poussey and Taystee hold a funeral to honor the books martyred in the Conflagration of Three Days Ago. Piper and Alex have more hate sex. And Nicky self-destructs.
Are you sad because you binged and now it’s over? Don’t worry; that’s what fan fiction is for!
You know about Alex Vause, but you may not know much about Catherine Cleary Wolters, the drug-smuggling lesbian in thick-rimmed glasses who inspired her character. That’s where Out of Orange comes in.
Daya’s STILL pregnant. We shouldn’t ever douche with Lysol or let the bed bugs out of our chia poons. Also, sex stuff happened. Bring enough snacks for the group and get in here!
IT’S HERE. WE’RE ALL HERE TOGETHER AND IT’S HERE.
“Orange is the New Black” premieres today, here is your really thorough reading list — from Assata Shakur to nuns against nukes to incredible journalism on the various horrors of the U.S. criminal “justice” system.