Trini, the Mexican-American Yellow Ranger, tells her friends that she’s figuring out her sexuality and that she likes girls, and in the process she finds a family.
I caught up with the cast & creators of the award-winning instant classic queer movie “Suicide Kale” to talk about making a first movie that blew everyone away, what they’re making next, and how as of today you can buy “Suicide Kale” for yourself on Amazon and Vimeo!
Which kale-lovin’, overly-emotional lesbian are you?
“I’m a queer brown weirdo and I love every short inch of myself. I’m bringing all that round, brown, goodness to this story. All the things that make me laugh and make me feel strong, they’re going to be in America’s world.”
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.
Over the past several months, I have watched my surroundings transform into some sort of fictional dystopia. Despite this, seeing illustrations of America Chavez have filled me with hope.
We talked to One Day at a Time writers, Becky Mann and Michelle Badillo, about gay representation on TV, how Autostraddle came to be in the script, their queer TV roots, what kind of LGBT stories are missing from TV and what’s in store for Elena in a potential next season.
Black queer musicians today are some of our strongest advocates, and they’re leading the revolution with singing and dancing.
“There are mysteries, superpowers, violence, cosplay, and potentially even some romantic cannibalism if you make the wrong (right?) choices.”
This is a big blow to a part of the publishing world that is often regarded as “books for kids” or something less than “real literature.” It’s an especially big blow to marginalized people.
Harper Row, also known as Bluebird, came out as bisexual in December, and now in Detective Comics #948, a new trans woman supporting character, Dr. Victoria October was introduced and is joining the cast.
Totally gay companies, a totally gay District Attorney, a bunch of totally gay policies at the state level, some totally gay women in theater, and also some good news about The Golden Girls.
2016 was the best of times and the worst of times. JK, it was the absolute worst of times. A lot of queer women died on TV. But a lot of them kissed and made googly eyes at each other too.
Sorry guys, but your fav is gay. There’s no version of the Overwatch universe where she’s gonna fall for you. You can stop hoping that she’ll notice you. She has a girlfriend, she likes the ladies.
In the past week, two standout reports have been released: Unerased by Mic, and the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey by the National Center for Transgender Equality.
“The Other Love Story was such a breath of fresh air in many ways. Aadya and Aachal felt like any other regular person: they were not coded Butch or Femme, like too many of these stories tend to do, and neither were overly Westernized nor overly exotified. They just were.”
The show’s meta-commentary may have been funny, but it’s ultimately pointless.
GBBO hot takes, grief, Leslie Jones, DAPL update, gay lotería, Eileen Myles, Suicide Kale is a big fucking deal, Chely Wright, LGBT-friendly cities, Hannah Hart, and so much more!
See the Earth rise, ghost stories reveal a lot of weird shit about America’s past, miscarriage sure is shit, lesbian vampires some more, Melissa Etheridge, a spider’s life and then its death, problematics, Meredith Graves, and so much more!
Arimah’s short story grapples with grief, immigration, neo-imperialism, and our never-ending obsession with defining ourselves by countries and borders; all the while telling a cross-continental African lesbian love story.