How Tumblr's 'Am I a Lesbian?' Google Doc Became Internet Canon
Creator Anjeli Luz says she made the document as a tool of self-reflection for herself and others.
The Queer Haircuts of Quarantine
Stories about clippers, locs, and other DIY hairstyle innovations that have helped LGBTQ people see themselves over a tough few months.
Watching Horror Movies Helps Me Cope with My Anxiety
Getting scared works wonders for managing my disorder.
Stop Caring So Goddamn Much About Spoilers
Our obsession with spoiler warnings actually prevents us from having meaningful and necessary conversations about art.
Inside a Class for Abortion Doulas
The first group in Colorado to offer training in how to help someone through the process of ending a pregnancy.
Can Day of Silence Protests Still Work Under Trump?
After more than two decades of surprisingly impactful LGBTQ activism, organizers plan next steps.
As a Queer Parent, I Still Don't See Myself on Television
Television's catch-all depictions of gay parents highlight the difference between "diversity" and real representation.
Trump's Election May Have Killed 'Slacktivism' for Good
A host of websites and newsletters are encouraging young progressives to take real action against Trump, one phone call at a time.
Why Queer Retellings of Classic Stories Are So Necessary
Queer retellings of stories are a reminder that the classics don't just belong to straight white guys—they belong to the LGBTQ community, too.