Everybody is wearing perfect outfits for Pride, but which celebrity is wearing “the most Blanche Deveraux thing [they] have ever put on [their] body” ?!?!?!?!
Grab your Dos Equis because it’s time to binge-watch your fave video!
Shane’s hair in season one is a Gemini, but by season four, it’s a Pisces.
Haircuts in film are often melodramatic, but they can be sexy, too!
“First comes Twitter, then comes Snapchat, then comes texting nudes to a complete and total stranger.” Patty-cake to that one, kiddos.
Ruby Rose wants you to rescue these dogs, Shane and Carmen are hanging out, Ellen Page feels sad for a pickle, and so much more.
It’s been a great year for hard-hitting investigative journalism.
Just because 99.9% of their relationship happened in my own imagination doesn’t mean it wasn’t real.
Have all of your wildest dreams come true?
Showtime’s new summer show Ray Donovan premiered featuring Kate Moennig playing a PR press agent named Lena. And she’s gaaayyyyy. Also the show succccckkksssss.
We’re finally using that plus one to a wedding! This week we’re stripping down lesbian TV couples in their finest! Style like Brittana, Sharmen, Talice, Fiona & Imogen and the Moms from The Fosters!
In this very special edition of Style Thief, I’ll strip some of my favorite queer women right down to their underwear.
In which I pick my 12 favorite “L Word” episodes of all time (and provide a brief watching guide for new L Word watchers!) and you give me yours.
Once upon a time I married a man, had kids, and realized I was a lesbian. Here’s what happened and what I wish somebody had told me at the time.
Kate Moennig’s Three Rivers Pilot spoilers, plus updates on Jennifer Beals, Leisha Hailey
Why oh why won’t Chaikenbake give us a decent [or any] sex scene on The L Word this season? In a world where all we seen on screen is heterosexual sex, we need somewhere where are desires are not just validated but portrayed.
In honour of NYC pride, I’m hosting a Homosexy Lesbian Top 20 right here! On Autostraddle! Clearly Autowin is a very intellectual and highly cultivated space for intellectual discussions about Virginia Woolf, The Allegory of the Cave, Boy-briefs vs. thongs and sophisticated feminist theory. Auto-Straddle is where I talk crazy about silly things, like Max Sweeney and my 20 most favorite fictional lesbians from (relatively) mainstream pop culture.
Why is it that ‘troubled’ and ‘effortlessly sexy’ always seem to go hand-in-hand? And what is it about the way they can lean? Riese looks at the dreamboys/bois in “My So-Called Life” and “The L Word.”