Lindsay King-Miller

LGBTQ

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.
Lindsay King-Miller
6.25.20
LGBTQ

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.
Lindsay King-Miller
6.23.20
Film

Watching Horror Movies Helps Me Cope with My Anxiety

Getting scared works wonders for managing my disorder.
Lindsay King-Miller
10.5.17
Entertainment

Stop Caring So Goddamn Much About Spoilers

Our obsession with spoiler warnings actually prevents us from having meaningful and necessary conversations about art.
Lindsay King-Miller
7.26.17
healthcare

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.
Lindsay King-Miller
7.5.17
LGBTQ

Can Day of Silence Protests Still Work Under Trump?

After more than two decades of surprisingly impactful LGBTQ activism, organizers plan next steps.
Lindsay King-Miller
4.20.17
TV

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.
Lindsay King-Miller
2.15.17
Politics

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.
Lindsay King-Miller
1.26.17
Stuff

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.
Lindsay King-Miller
10.31.16