Cameron Esposito has risen to the occasion of this frightening moment in our political landscape, with compassion and a whole lot of laughter.
This is who we are. This is who I am. And if you think you can stop me, you need to think again. ‘Cause I am a feeling, and I won’t ever end. I won’t let you hurt my planet and I won’t let you hurt my friends.
At Friar Tuck’s, Kylee wants to help everyone who walks in the door — and all genders are welcome — become the most authentic version of themselves. It’s rad as heck to see a major beauty company with a huge advertising budget like Dove honoring that.
Kathy Tu and Tobin Low create a sound-venture of queerness from the perspective of two Asian-American homogays. And now, they have an episode in which Kathy goes to A-Camp for the first time.
It’s like cookies and cocoa with your coolest queer friend, but free and available for download right now.
100% of your money when you buy this bundle of 151 items is split between The ACLU and Planned Parenthood.
Enter Bright Lite — the badass magazine for girls that, true to its name, will bring light to your world, a grin to your face, and much-needed hope to your heart.
Our friends have launched an initiative to convince the electoral college to do their jobs and save us from total catastrophe.
Hey, did you watch the 50th Anniversary of the Country Music Awards last night? I didn’t either! But I did watch Beyoncé and the Dixie Chick’s performance of “Daddy Lessons” and hot damn! It was fucking amazing.
This is the best thing that’s happened this year and that’s just plain facts.
Season One of Queer Kid Stuff covers gender, the word “queer,” marriage equality, and homophobia in fun videos for school-age kids.
Here’s a resource to help you and your parents navigate your coming out together!!
“that is the most beautiful woman i have ever seen”
i say aloud to dana
she turns to look – turns back at me
This is what fandom dreams are made of.
The queer aesthetic here is so strong and bold and aggressive. It looks you straight in the eye turns you queer. It’s a queer gorgon. It’s queer medusa.
“You’ve got another letter from Vita Sackville-West. You guys are obsessed with each other.”
Kaylah’s face is the official face of a queer art exhibition stacked with badass queer artists including Chelsea Barg, Shannon Lester, and Shelley Penner, among others.
Mary Lambert has given us a gift at the end of this wretched week.
Escúchame for Orlando is “a place for queer Latinxs to come together and let our voices be heard about the massacre in the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. This is an anonymous space because whether you’re out to the whole world, or just to yourself, you deserve to be heard.”
In eleven weeks, queer fans of The 100 have completely revolutionized the conversation about about how TV treats its LGBT characters, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down.