This is the way that we live.
Does Jenny as a person count? **Spoilers, obvs.**
In the style of @SeinfeldToday, the ladies are back. Talking, laughing, loving, and now tweeting.
Sarcasm is your default setting and you wouldn’t have it any other way.
Listen up, Alice and Shane were only the beginning.
This is the way that we liiiive and loooove.
Why let everyone else have all the fun? According to data collected by Foursquare, these are the most popular lady bars in the country.
The Kids Are All Right was eerily similar to my life.
It’s so much more than the “gay Girls.” In depicting the subtleties and reality of day-to-day life for three gay men in San Francisco, Looking is a major step forward for LGBT representation.
We loved it, we binge-watched it, but maybe it’s best if we just leave it where it is.
Condensed to a synopsis, this queer take on a suburban housewife’s midlife crisis may read like a pulp novel, but what director Stacie Passon does with those tropes is what you’ll remember.
If you hurt one of our favorite characters, we will come after you.
Whether you love or hate this city, these quotes are all pretty accurate.
The Emerald City’s biggest supporter has some seriously amazing ink.
From the shallows to the deep in 15 GIFs and marine facts.
German philosopher or sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
In spite of ourselves — and the show’s many flaws — we are still talking about The L Word. It says as much about the show as it does about the lack of lesbian characters on television. With that in mind, we asked the internet one simple question: What does The L Word mean to you?
We’ve redesigned these posters with humble title suggestions. How would you rename them?
SPOILER ALERT: Reading this may spoil some awesome twists in some amazing movies for you. They’re worth it, and a lot of fun, but that can’t be stressed enough. Spoiler Red Alert. Big time.
The Sasquatch pet bed is designed like a giant Croc, making it the perfect gift for your favorite four-legged elderly lesbian.
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