“Our country’s relationship to guns is totally out of control. Our legislators, the gun lobby, and our nation’s lack of fighting it are creating an environment where mass shootings are the norm. The rhetoric around it is designed to win votes and money at the expense of lives and safety.”
“We rarely left the bedroom and when we did, we quickly returned. We called in to work and on one occasion we both no showed. It was heavenly, but as the old adage says all good things must come to an end.”
Planning your first threesome? Here’s how to do it.
If you missed it when it aired, you can watch it on Hulu!
I’d suggest hopping on board now so you can say you were there when they had their first kiss. It’s gonna be worth it.
“Close your eyes and imagine for one moment a world where little black girls spend their entire childhoods seeing women like the ones they will become in just as many books, television shows, awards ceremonies, universities, political offices, magazines, advertisements and leadership positions as their white peers do. Really picture it, and then ask yourself: what would that future look like?”
The Parkland shooting sparks a teenage-led gun control movement, a queer feminist bookstore in Mississippi, Mister Rogers, Russian propaganda is pretty insane, Amy Sherald’s art, and so much more.
One minute, Valencia was trying to kickstart a party planning business and met a woman with short blonde hair who thought Valencia was hilarious when she wasn’t trying to be, and the next minute it’s eight months later and they’re at a party they’re running together, being girlfriends and kissing without comment.
Heather and Riese talk about how much we loved the new ’90s-set teen Netflix comedy “Everything Sucks!” and why you’ll love it too and also we made you a playlist.
Talking about Kristen Stewart, gems, lesbian tropes, Girl Scout crushes, swine flu, the apocalypse and more with award-winning queer writer Carmen Maria Machado.
“I crush the patriarchy like a empty water bottle between my bare hands via my clothing.”
In the second and final part of our Black History Month Roundtable series, we’re ready to look forward. We’re asking, what are our hopes for black queer futures?
Lesbian, bi, and queer Olympic athletes and their galentines, long live the queer cafe, Pakistan passes new trans protections, black LGBT athletes paving the way, lots and lots of gay love that’s definitely not a lie, and a little Adam Rippon sparkle just because.
A look at “Black Queer Goddess Project: The Plus-Size Femme.” Plus: how to take a good nude selfie, how to make a sex tape, types of love there aren’t English words for and more.
Happy Lunar New Year! Will Baopu survive the Lunar New Year dinner challenge?
“These cookies take two bowls, bake in 20 minutes, have the least messy batter I’ve ever met in my life, and based on my solo test run can absolutely be assembled in bed.”
Plus Sara Lance is faaaaalling for someone, Star Trek: Discovery gets a little gayer, and Counterpart’s lesbian gets some action.
Join Natalie in reviewing this rollercoaster of a week, share all your feelings, and celebrate the premiere of Black Panther this weekend!
Topics include campus sexual assault, behind-the-scenes footage, Black Panther, vintage sexual harassment, breakups & heartbreak & museums, murder, picky eaters, why are millennials so into astrology and more!
“I have never in my life been so simultaneously supported in my truth and called out for my bullshit.”