Ten years ago everybody wanted to know which “L Word” actresses were gay but nobody dared to spill — now that everyone is gay or bisexual, these pressing questions can finally be answered.
“First comes Twitter, then comes Snapchat, then comes texting nudes to a complete and total stranger.” Patty-cake to that one, kiddos.
Falcons, hawks, vultures, buzzards, shikras, kites, caracaras; hell, a lesbian can be any bird of prey.
“If Karma isn’t gay for Amy, why does she act so gay for Amy?”
Regina George was right: You invite a lesbian to a pool party, and it’s gonna get gay.
Kim and Sugar. Camilla and Jocelyn. Alice and Dana. A look at the legendary duos that lived the nightmare and sometimes came out alive.
Struck by a sudden burst of inspiration, Lucious decides to produce an album with fellow Philadelphia native and R&B legend Kit Porter, including her legendary ode to menopause.
It’s Gal Pal Week on Autostraddle.com! Let’s kick it off by counting down television friendships we adore!
Angel McCoughtry came out on Instagram, HBO released a full-length Bessie trailer, Arrested Development is coming back with 17 new episodes, and Sarah Paulson has her own action figure now.
“I hate to break it to those people, but lesbians tend to dress like men, act like men — and look like men.”
In honor of the I BROKE UP LIKE THIS ‘zine, we present 17 times queer female couples on television broke each other’s hearts and also our own.
The Venezuelan supermodel, actress and activist talks about her new memoir, coming out now vs. then, inspiring gay Latinas, the kinds of pastries she brought Sandra Bernhard years ago and working on set of The L Word.
Yes, Papi. Really.
I have to come to expect that kind of technicolor Sapphic unreality in all of my Chaiken programming, which is exactly why I did not expect L Word Mississippi: Hate The Sin. And I’m glad I didn’t, because this is a documentary worth seeing on its own terms.
Eight of our favorite lady-bosses and an inspirational playlist for all you bosses out there.
Does anyone actually like The Picture of Dorian Gray?
With how it played into the “But Not Too Bi” trope – bi characters who have a bias toward one gender or the other – The L Word flipped a common heterosexist script in media. But in doing so, it still excluded actual bi people from its world.
The truth is that Carmen and Papi are Latina characters who perpetuated sweeping generalizations about [email protected] Folks and ultimately made matters worse.
“Laneia, that was our first official interaction in the world — you seeing a link to my blog on The Planet Boards and wanting to delete it.”
Let’s take a little trip down memory lane by retro-recapping the Dinah Shore episode, in which the lesbians also take a trip down memory lane, which makes this recap very meta.