It’s LGBTQ History Month, and not a moment too soon! It’s absolutely necessary at this moment in time to remember some of the icons of our collective queer past who have overcome all kinds of adversity to change the world and our individual lives.
Contagious anxiety, Cyntoia Brown, lesbian cinema, that Oregon high school principal was fired, remembering Section 28, Andrea Long Chu, dyke camp, and much more!
Beer horoscopes you can drink, DREAMer Daniela Vargas, Daria, being trans in a conservative school, Texas take a fucking seat, you too NPR, Lego making dreams come true, and so much more!
A celebration of all we’ve accomplished in 2013.
Welcome to Sunday Top Ten, a list of things that may or may not be published on a Sunday or number “ten.” Today I’m gonna talk about my childhood heroes, like Shirley Temple and LeVar Burton.
“How do you know robot love is queer if you haven’t tried it?” Plus: lots of pictures.
President Obama has released the names of sixteen recipients to be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on its 50th anniversary.
The exhaustive list of legends lost in 2012 includes many American artists and scientists, as well as one Costa Rican you’ve probably never heard of (but will be glad you did).
Because of our Sally Ride feelings.
What does it mean that most people had no idea about Sally Ride’s partner for 27 years?
Sally Ride, a lesbian, the first American woman in space and one of my childhood heroes, died today at the age of 61.