Jughead Jones comes out as asexual in the new issue of "Jughead" comics from Archie.
Have some love poems by queer & lesbian poets along with your Hallmark cards and chocolates. The post 10 Love Poems by Queer Poets for Your Queer Valentine’s Day appeared first on Autostraddle.
Anyone in tune with the arthouse set knows that a new film from Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar is a Big Deal. So, we’re happy to report that a new international trailer for his latest (and 20th!) work, Julieta, has just dropped. …Read More
It’s a big week for big risks, as Amazon Studios’ first foray into original filmmaking lands on Prime and Guillermo del Toro’s big Gothic romance makes its way onto Blu-ray. Throw in two of last year’s best indies (and, oh yeah, a Bond movie), and you’ve got a pretty stellar week for home media. …Read More
If you work in front of the camera in the entertainment industry, some folks think it’s still very difficult to come out publicly and maintain a lucrative career (trust us, we could name a few names you’d recognize). Just imagine the difficulty if you’re working as that manliest of he-man positions, the stunt coordinator on [...]
If beanies aren’t your thing, you can still stay warm with these six-panel caps. The panels are made from 100% wool and have vintage Woolrich patterns. They also have an adjustable nylon webbing band with a plastic closure.
Today is the New Hampshire Primary, which is the first primary in the 2016 presidential primary season that started with a caucus!On the Democratic side, I would be surprised if Bernie Sanders didn't win, since he's from the neighboring state of Vermont. Show More Summary
The Eaux Claires Music & Arts festival, a Wisconsin music festival in the “2007 indie rock” genre, is predictably analog friendly. It’s run by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and …Read More
It started as a collective expression of pride. A group of young women at the School for Creative Studies in Durham, NC, decided to wear headwraps—also called geles—to align with and honor their culture at the start of Black History Month. Show More Summary
Fifty-one black dancers graced the White House for a Black History Month celebration Monday.
Today, HRC condemned a vote last night by the South Dakota House of Representatives on yet another extreme measure attacking LGBT South Dakotans. By a vote of 46 to 10, the chamber passed HB 1107 – legislation that would explicitly authorize...Show More Summary
DiaryDad still has a little magic to share with his kids. — I am watching my boys grow at a spectacular rate. Spectacular because they are growing big, strong, and healthy, but at the same time they just keep growing. Relentless in this goal to break free of the title of my “little boys”. Show More Summary
If a team of scientists in Philadelphia and New York have their way, using race to categorize groups of people in biological and genetic research will be forever discontinued. The concept of race in such research is "problematic at best and harmful at worst," the researchers argued in a new paper published in the journal Science on Friday. Show More Summary
Life on Earth keeps getting more treacherous and some of the danger is coming from the sky. A man in India became what may be the first modern-day casualty of a direct meteor hit. Do we have enough helmets? On February 6th at 12:30 p.m. local time,...
Abortion activists like to say women should have the “right to choose” abortion and the decision should be between her and her doctor alone. But too often women say having an abortion was not their decision; they were pressured into it by a partner or parent. And when some women refuse to abort their unborn […]
Zero does the unthinkable. But how will it affect the future of Zude?
A pro-life advocate who has been protesting the construction of a new abortion clinic next to two schools in Washington D.C. asked a court this weekend to dismiss a legal complaint against him. The Liberty Counsel filed the motion on behalf of veteran pro-lifer Larry Cirignano who has been peacefully, lawfully protesting at the construction […]
Call it whatever you want — an album rollout, a publicity tour, a grandstanding of talent — but Beyoncé’s current tack back in the spotlight is pretty killer. First it was “Formation,” then it was the Super Bowl, and now it’s something...Show More Summary
Branson, Missouri performers Paul Harris and The Cleverlys turn in a twangy bluegrass cover version of Beck’s 1994 alternative anthem Loser. Get crazy with the Cheez Whiz.
Like all abstract art, fantasy’s power lies in its allegory. Which is a very pompous way of saying that the reason why we tell stories about things that can’t and don’t happen in real life is because sometimes these stories capture our conflicts and emotions better than real life. Show More Summary