“How many lives has Autostraddle changed? How many lives has it saved? Thanks, Riese.”
Do you wish your crosswords were a little less, well, heteronormative?
“We gotta tell our shit. Can’t no one tell a black story, particularly a queer story, the way I can, because I see the God in us.”
I’m not sure what else you have going on today, but you are going to want to make room for this video.
If you missed it when it aired, you can watch it on Hulu!
VIDA’s first teaser is here and you’re gonna love it.
Also, Demi Lovato wants Kristen Stewart to call her.
It’s like Kiyoko is using every muscle in body and move in her repertoire to drag queerness to the front of her entire music career.
On this week’s Buffering the Vampire Slayer, Kristin Russo and Jenny Owen Youngs have rewritten the lyrics to “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and teamed up with Jess Abbott to bring us “BUFFY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE.”
Why not cry for a good reason today!
Our pals Kathy Tu and Tobin Low chatted with Tegan and Sara before their recent NYC show. You can listen right now, right this very second.
Also this is your big chance to see Brittani Nichols in a cop uniform.
Gender Free World’s cuts accommodate large hips, busts, and more — not because they want a world without gender, but because they don’t think your gender should restrict your fashion choices.
Cat lovers, we’ve got some very exciting news for you.
Tag yourself. I’m Sarah under the table clutching the closest lesbian going, “I’m really scared something else is going to happen!”
You might already know your Meyers-Briggs, your Hogwarts house and your astrology chart, but do you know your Enneagram type? You should find out!
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.