JoJo Siwa’s coming out last week was a huge deal — but like many elder dykes, I wasn’t sure exactly why. Great news: I am now fully versed regarding wildly popular performer JoJo Siwa and I am here to share my knowledge with you.
JoJo Siwa, the 17-year-old sensation of Dance Moms fame, just broke the Internet.
The stars of The Wilds say it’s a great day to be gay.
Elliot Page is transgender and we’re so excited for him and all of us!
Yes. Niecy Nash got gay married. Love wins!!
Ramirez quietly updated their pronouns on Twitter and Instagram a while back, but this is the first major post since then to address their gender directly. Congratulations Sara, we’re so happy you’re living more authentically every year and showing us all the way!
Wait, you may be thinking, “didn’t Taylor Schilling come out a million years ago?” The answer is no, Taylor Schilling came out yesterday.
Pop music has always been queer, meet the smart women at the Library of Congress who are archiving your dumb memes, R.O. Kwon on grieving a pandemic, and the world is hard enough — here are some hot photos to celebrate Kristen Stewart’s 30th birthday.
Moana’s Auli’i Cravalho casually comes out as bisexual on TikTok; next thing you know she’ll have an eyebrow slit.
The bestselling author has written over 100 books and she’s been living happily with her partner, Trish, for 18 years.
Y’all the world is not ending. Far from it! Black queer love is alive and thriving!! Girls are still buying girls extravagant gifts and presenting them with huge custom made bows just to say “happy birthday, boo” and we LOVE to see it!
“I am queer. I am into ALL humans. I guess maybe I am just really into love? Who knows? But finally… I am OUT.”
“I want to be referenced as she and her. I would love for you guys to call me Zaya.” Proud parent Dwayne Wade shares Zaya’s story. Sending our love to the family today!
Rachel Maddow gets stronger by drinking the tears of her haters, Rosa Parks was a radical and don’t ever forget it, and more news to send you into the weekend.
“Being a woman, having a disability, being Dominican, and finally I can add to that magical layer being queer.” — Welcome to the Magic Club, Jillian!
“I’m non-binary, always felt a lil bit boy, lil bit girl, lil bit neither. Using they/them as of late n it feels right. Acary af to come out n been rly putting this off. But I feel I owe it to myself and to all of us who struggle w gender.”
“I am attracted to both men and women and the person I fell in love with is a man. I wish it could just be about the human I am in love with, not their gender. This is why I am so passionate about advocating for equal acceptance across the spectrum of sexuality. Let’s just love who we love and leave each other alone. The world has bigger problems.”
The latest episode of Red Table Talk features Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield Norris casually chatting about queerness, polyamory, and their own experiences with it.
It’s exciting to me that he’s still using he/him pronouns. It’s exciting to me that he’s speaking publicly in a way that’s complicated and messy with a fluidity in language to match his fluidity in identity. It’s exciting to me because cis straight people love Queer Eye.
Twenty-Bi-Teen is well underway.
Your annual report on how much closer we are to finding out that everyone is gay!