I hope your terrible facial hair overtakes your face and you choke on it.
Laverne Cox talks about trans* representation in media, relating to her character and what it’s like being a trans* actress in tv.
“By the way, just to keep the record straight, I was fucking HER! She wasn’t “fucking Lea DeLaria”! I’M THE TOP!”
Crack is wack.
Indeed, they are lesbianing together.
1.5 hours of extended pleasure courtesy of songs from and in the spirit of “Orange Is The New Black.”
“Red’s husband is like, whoa, free-thinking woman, are you on your period or something? Who let you out of the kitchen?”
Melissa Harris-Perry interviewed Uzo Aduba, Kate Mulgrew, Laverne Cox and Piper Kerman on her show and Laverne Cox name-dropped Autostraddle and it was awesome.
A look at the stories behind the stories and the humans behind the characters and the numbers behind those stories in everybody’s favorite lezalicious prison dramedy.
Butches and dogs! Dogs and butches! What can be better? Nothing, actually. Nothing is better than butches and dogs.
Someday I will write an article comparing this entire show to Harry Potter, but today is not that day.
This spring/summer there are more brand-new lesbian, bisexual and otherwise-identified ladies on your television set than we ever dreamed possible.
“Nothing like clean pores to motivate the capture and slaughter of a chicken.”
All those times where you’re like, is it squirt, is it pee, who has to sleep in the wet spot, do we lay down a towel before sex now, etc.
It’s important to be super fucking aware of why this show resonates so deeply with people, and I wanna know what y’all think. [SPOILER ALERT: all the spoilers]
Let’s just go right ahead and kick off this recap with a gif of Alex. Let’s make that a thing that we do, okay?
I look forward to your angry defensive comments re: the benefits of ingesting menstrual blood.
Lesbian criminals who are members of an international drug cartel, what the fuck else is up.
You need to watch this show right this minute!