Supposedly, folks who go together flow together. But does the science of period syncing hold up?
We’ve got data and timelines and infographics and conversation on topics including: white actors getting Oscars for playing people of color, white savior narratives, roles that garner nominations for Black actors, the shocking lack of nominations for Asian, Latinx and Native American actors and so much more.
You may have heard about the study this month that says some bi women report higher levels of psychopathy and narcissism — how legit is it really?
2017 somehow turned out to be the best year ever for lesbian and bisexual women on television — but we’ve still got a ways to go.
More people than ever are in non-monogamous relationships, and new research sheds light on what factors make people — and specifically queer people — more likely to be into them.
Autostraddle walks you through the entire history of trans female characters on American television from 1965-2015.
The dead lesbian TV characters trope is even worse than you think.
So many women who’ve suffered death by television and just-so-happened to also like other women.
A new study suggests sexually active lesbian teens have more partners and lost their virginities earlier than heterosexuals and that one in five lesbian’s most recent sex partner was a man.
People who want to have period sex have more and varied sex more often and report higher sexual satisfaction than anyone else, a survey finds.
“We wrote more obituaries for murdered trans women in 2015 than TV recaps for any single show we cover.”
You have no idea how long it took me to figure out that this was the only definitive takeaway from this particular data analysis.
From lesbian gangs killing old ladies in a nursing home to actresses with Mommy issues to inspirational schoolteachers, these are ten of the first-ever lesbian characters on American primetime television, 1961-1977.
Dr. Gerulf Rieger, who declared in 2005 that male bisexuality doesn’t exist, is back with a new study claiming that female heterosexuality doesn’t exist. That would be really good news for anybody crushing on a straight girl… if only it were true.
“Which of our astrological sun signs is more of a bitch.”
We asked 3,500+ women in same-sex relationships what they fought about — from drinking too much to not seeing each other enough to being jealous of exes, here’s the results!
“I locked myself in the bathroom because she kept telling me I wasn’t cleaning the toilet the right way”
“Whether or not selfie culture upholds or demolishes the patriarchy”
We all know someone who has become part of the conservative punditry herd and, over time, traded their compassion for paranoia; their thoughtful opinions for manufactured outrage; and their empathy for hateful rhetoric.
“Non-tailored religious exemptions in general open a can of worms that raises serious concerns for not only LGBT folks but for women, for healthcare,” said report author Heron Greenesmith.
In poll results published Sunday by YouGov, a full 49% of 18-24 year olds identified as something other than exclusively heterosexual on the Kinsey scale.