In the early days of 2019 I’ve found myself really drawn to books and TV and movies and podcasts that are full of light and warmth and hard-won happiness. Enter: Days of Our Wives.
Banning straws, answering phones, butchering alligators, Dorothy Allison, graduation advice, anti-LGBTQ YouTube ads, Gaby Dunn, Andrea Constand, beauty behind bars, and so much more!
Chrissy Chambers won her revenge porn case, using social media to figure out if someone’s gay, yikes ‘religious freedom’ yikes, Dolly Parton news, Trump sure is a racist, a #MeToo PSA made entirely by women, and so much more!
Why not cry for a good reason today!
Queer content creators are losing page views and revenue over YouTube’s inexplicable decision to hide LGBTQ and mental health videos, while also demonetizing them.
I met up with Amber of Amber’s Closet to experience a couple days in her life as an influencer and YouTuber while raging at Krave Spring Break. Basically, she’s never off the clock, even when the party is off the chain.
Introducing a new series on disability and love! Disabled people’s lives are bursting with affirmation, affection, and meaning well beyond half-baked romance narratives. So I’m talking to disabled queer folks about the love all around them — for partners, family, friends, pets, fictional characters, whatever — and sharing it with you right here.
With millions of subscribers between them, these lesbian, bisexual and otherwise queer-identified YouTubers are taking over online video content with their channels, one view at a time! Read the list of the top 100 YouTube channels at Autostraddle.com!
“I fell in love with somebody, and that person happens to be a female.”
The 22-year-old beauty vlogger tells the world, “Just because you haven’t dated someone of the same sex does not mean you can’t be taken seriously as a bisexual.”