This Lena Waithe produced music video features queer (and straight) couples of all races, genders, and presentations allllll tangled up in each other.
“Pink, like the tongue that goes down. Pink, like the paradise found”
I’m not sure what else you have going on today, but you are going to want to make room for this video.
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.
“Soft butches everywhere? I don’t know what your heaven looks like, but this is mine.”
“Black girl magic is ancient as fuck.”
You knew when the time came for Amandla Stenberg to star in their own music video, they would also direct it and edit it.
Princess Nokia, Dodie, Hayley Kiyoko, Tegan & Sara, Nina Sky and so many other artists blessed us this year with some very queer video imagery this year!
In the past 48 hours, Tegan and Sara have released new videos for “U-Turn” and “100X,” lifting the curtain on what their forthcoming album Love You to Death has in store.
We’ve got some exclusive content related to this music video dropping later today, and we just wanna make sure you’re as excited about that as you should be, because THIS VIDEO IS AMAZING and ALEX VEGA.
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.
A homosexy lesbionic experience that takes us right back to t.A.T.u., and this time with no weird schoolgirl outfits.
The earth is aflame for the Nicki/Bey friendship canon. “Feeling Myself” delivers all the goods: cheeseburgers, bamboo earrings and Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé at their absolute best.
The new Shakira and Rihanna video got me thinking and I realized something. Rihanna does some gay shit. So I ranked her gayest videos.
Bowie’s new video has a lot of people we like and is also really strange, so it’s exactly what you’d expect.
Really the only selling point here is burlesque.
Odd Future’s Syd tha Kid and Matt Martian’s video from their upcoming “Internet” album is 99% sweet sweet girl-on-girl culture and 1% something else.
Gaga in drag is my favorite thing.
Our curation team brings you 21 ways to see two girls make out.