After years of feeling guilty for not wanting to “dress like a girl,” I finally let it go. With a little bit of help from Kristen Stewart.
And it already has over 100,000 shares on Facebook.
It’s like stepping into a whole new world, literally. It’s a slidey thing – but with more unicorns.
Oh yes, you will fall for this indie heartthrob – and fall hard.
Oh my goodness, you are not alone.
It doesn’t have to be a secret anymore. Download Whisper for more anonymous LGBT coming out confessions.
AKA, how is that hangover going?
“An interracial gay couple, I mean that’s just weird for America right now.”
We’ve collected Images of love, celebration, and hope from the world’s 2014 Pride month festivities.
Required reading for women ready to love women.
You’ll be an expert at any pride parade.
Take a shot every time you see a rainbow flag. Oh yes, this is a dangerous game.
Bless you, you wild-haired nympho.
I’ve heard you can buy one online.
I’m here, I’m queer, and I have no idea what I’m doing.
The teen comedy-drama — about two girls who pretend to be lesbians — was initially the subject of criticism, but the show channels the confusion of adolescence to broaden portrayals of the sexual spectrum.
“We have always been here, it’s just that the world wasn’t ready for us yet.”
So many ladies, so little time.
In fact, let’s take this moment together.
With the technology we have today, you’d think we would have our priorities in order. Inspired by this.
The Self Evident Truths project is traveling across all fifty states to spread one message of inclusivity: “We Are You.”
Dattch, created in the UK, has finally landed in the States. It’s a brand new day, ladies.
Because we all need something to watch tonight – this list wasn’t enough.
A.K. Summers’ “Pregnant Butch” tells how pregnancy felt like dressing in drag.
“If you don’t like said flag on your highest peak, I urge you to climb up and take it down,” wrote Neal Gottlieb in an open letter to President Museveni.
“I don’t see where the ashes of a couple of old lesbians is going to hurt anybody,” says 74-year-old Madelynn Taylor.
“Seriously, how does scissoring work?”