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?”
Will you buy me brunch in the morning? There are some things you just need to know.
The cancellation comes only a month after House of Representatives cut $17,142 from USC Upstate’s budget for assigning freshmen to read a book of essays on coming out in the South.
“Do not run screaming from the room. This is rude.”
Also note how many made you sob uncontrollably.
Ellen Degeneres’ self-titled sitcom premiered in 1994.
Photographer Meg Allen celebrates “those who choose to exist and identify outside the gender binary” through a series of stunning portraits.
The rapper claims to have witnessed a flight attendant intentionally calling a lesbian passenger “sir” during the boarding process.
They are the biggest winners.
On last night’s 100th episode, everything was Brittana and nothing hurt. Spoilers ahead, people.
G is not the only letter in LGBTQ.
This is the way that we liiiive and loooove.
“You finally get to be honest about what’s going on inside of you. Because it can destroy you to just keep it all in.”
Culled from Scott Bowers’ infamous memoir Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Life of the Stars as well as other equally brilliant (and juicy) books about the celluloid closet.
South African artist Zanele Muholi spent a year photographing images of joy and sorrow for her powerful Of Love And Loss exhibition.
Either way, you’re a total heartthrob.
I mean, right? Inspired by this post.