The spin-off of The L Word has gone largely unacknowledged on LOE since it premiered in 2019. I recently caught up on the show and felt compelled to rank the characters based on how awful they are. So without further… Continue Reading →
Recently, my dad gave me an odd compliment: he told me that I had interests outside of being gay, and that he had bragged to other people about this.
Every year, I get the itch to watch a specific kind of movie. It needs to be gay (ideally lesbian), it needs to be Christmas-y, and it needs to be good, or good-bad – you know, where it’s bad but you have fun. If you’ve seen almost any indie lesbian comedy in the past 20 years, you know what I mean.
Kim Brophey’s Meet Your Dog, but it’s lesbians. EDIT: This quiz is so popular that it tends to reach the monthly limit on its host site! If the quiz is disabled, click here to take our backup version on Buzzfeed.
I was a baby lesbian in the 2000s, and she was a sexy villain on the Disney Channel. Can I make it any more obvious?
I’ve collected a handful of screenshots from various websites across the internet. The screenshots are from articles and posts that I think are ridiculous, obscene, cringe-worthy, incorrect, or watered down to the point of no meaning. Your job is to… Continue Reading →
Actualize is an intentionally-small lesbian gathering that takes place in Southern California every year (for the most part). This year, we kicked things off with speed-friending (think speed-dating, but less awkward). Attendees were randomly assigned to one of four tables… Continue Reading →