Tegan and Sara have mined through their pasts, found the gems, and put together a poignant ode to their past selves. We can live vicariously through their public vulnerability and imagine — without evidence — that if we did the same, we’d be charmed, rather than horrified, by what we found.
There’s something extra special about the High School audiobook, and not just because it features the rough cassette recordings of the songs that make up their new album, or because they read their own chapters with their own voices, or because they interview each other for maybe the first time ever. It just feels real and ever so soft.
Plus, this Dickinson trailer should be gayer, Kate McKinnon in Bombshell, Missy Elliot’s VMA masterclass, A Black Lady Sketch Show has been renewed, a new Megan Rapinoe profile, Viola Viola Viola, and more!
Plus: Stevie Nicks, the TIME 100, the 20th anniversary of Columbine, and an entire section dedicated Beyoncé’s “Homecoming” just because we can!
I don’t scroll mindlessly through Twitter and Facebook anymore. What I do instead is engage with the women activists who are leading our way in the battle through the darkness.
Presented by The Tegan and Sara Foundation, hosted by Riese Bernard and Kristin Russo. You don’t want to miss it!
“Take My Wife” Season 2 is now available on iTunes and surprise, we loved it!
We’ve got Tegan and Sara, of course, but also Hayley Kiyoko, Demi Lovato, Lauren Jauregui, Kehlani, Kesha Halsey, Mary Lambert, Babeo Baggins and more! This is great! We’re taking over the industry, the future is queer!
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.
An insider interview with the Tegan and Sara Foundation lead, working a CON X Show and generally loving everything these twins do.
Tegan Quin got in bed with me last week and we talked about cats, activism, La Croix, coming out, racquetball, and sooooo much more. My cat Sam even licked her arm at one point. It was great.
Check out tour dates and ticket availabilities; there’s a good chance one of these awesome acts is headed to a city near you!
Also, Jasika Nicole reviews “Girls Trip,” Cara Delevingne jumpstarts her life of crime and Queen Latifah is up to her usual (completely heterosexual) hijinks.
“They are the two cutest people on the entire planet and I want tattoos like theirs.”
“I was nineteen when The Con came out, and boy did I ever feel her in my heart.”
Amoxicillin, call-out culture, women firefighters, maternal mortality in the US, white men somehow still allowed to have public opinions, reviewing and feeling The Con 10 years later, the gay pride flag, and so much more!
Topics include Tegan and Sara’s pride weekend, Ellen Page’s Britney Spears cover, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Doctor Who, The Switch and so much more!
“With a strong intersectional focus, this is a zine about mental health for all people, in all walks of life. We believe that mental health care and support should be a right for all.”
Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher’s “Take My Wife” has been renewed for Season Two and you can celebrate with egg nog, whiskey cider, hot toddies, cold toddies, and this tiny video from a rag-tag crew of four tiny lesbians including your favorite Canadian twins, Tegan & Sara.
“We will fight against the repressive legislation of the incoming Trump administration.”