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Voting Yes: A Guide to the Irish Marriage Equality Referendum

Ireland could be the first country in the world to have voted, as a population, for marriage equality. Though she be small, she is mighty.

You Need Help: Negotiating A Queer Bachelorette Party

You want to have a bachelorette party together, but your girlfriend loves the spotlight and you don't. Here's how you navigate that.

Also.Also.Also: Keep Harriet Tubman Off the $20 and Other Stories You Need

Female artists in the 80s and 90s, Alison Bechdel, queer rap, Anna Kendrick, Roxane Gay, my spiders, new Janet Jackson album, science for preschoolers/you, sex ed, a big ol' fish, Laverne Cox, and so much more!

ABC Family Brings the Real-Life “Transparent” with “Becoming Us” (And That’s Not a Great Thing)

I found myself crying halfway through the first episode — not because the show was touching my heart, but because I couldn't believe how Carly was being talked about by her family.

Sorry Y’all, Cate Blanchett Didn’t Actually Have Many Relationships With Women

She says Variety misquoted her because everything is awful and there aren't enough sad emojis in the world.

Sunday Funday’s All About the Tubmans, Baby (And These Super Gay Cities)

A fish you'll wish you could snuggle, gay taxis and gay streetlights, Hillary Clinton's heartfelt letter to the couple from her heartwarming campaign announcement, a prominent voice in Irish media comes out and doesn't give a fck about...Show More Summary

NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday Is Being Inappropriate In A Hardware Store

Buying lube, being submissive, tweeting porn, (not) blaming your bad relationship with a person on your good relationship with your phone and more.

HBO’s “Bessie” is The Bisexual Badass Biopic Of Our Dreams

Watch Bessie. Do it for the moments of bisexual badassery. Do it for the love of the blues. But goddammit, watch Bessie because her legacy is an important part of our history as queers in this world.

What I Learned When I Asked the Internet if I Should Make a Reddit Account

Spoiler alert: I did wind up getting a Reddit account, and I'm enjoying myself so far.

Things I Read That I Love #175: The Return Of Witch-Hunting

Topics include Oscar the Grouch, Monster-in-Law, Uber, Key & Peele, the cruise industry, nail salons and more!

Trans Women Prisoners Suffer Most From Failures To Stop Prison Rape

Many eyes are on Passion Star, but overall the urgency around prison rape has faltered in the 12 years since PREA passed, the Times notes. Regulations won't do much if prisons and state governments don't have cultures of taking sexual violence, especially against LGB and trans prisoners, seriously.

Friday Open Thread: Longing and Lusting for the Open Road

Oh, how I wish we could go on a road trip right now! Have you ever gone road trippin'? Tell me about your best road trip IRL or in your mind. Where did you go? Or where would you go? Alone or with a friend or lover? Describe it to m...

Also.Also.Also: Ugh They’re Remaking ‘The Craft’ and Other Stories You Need

Oregon banned conversion therapy, your sexual appetite is different from your partners and that's cool, queering motherhood with lactation!, Jasika Nicole and Brittani Nichols being awesome, documents, diversity, sex workers, snorkeling, smoking, dreams, woodchucks and more!

28 Books About Gay Geography That’ll Take You On Journeys Through Time and Place

If you like lesbian history as much as I do, then you'll love all these books about queer life in various towns, states, cities and countries. Your input is welcome!

Lez Liberty Lit #72: Self-(De)Construction

Structuring and restructuring the self through notebooks, the city with the most bookstores per capita, poetry collections that are like documentaries and more.

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