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Film

Alia Shawkat on Making a Sexy Film That's Not About Sex

In this episode of Broadly Meets, actress Alia Shawkat talks to us about "Duck Butter," her new film in which two women decide to have sex with each other once an hour for 24 hours.
Broadly Staff
5.4.18
representation
representation

Janelle Monáe Is a Powerful Force for Pansexual Representation

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Janelle Monae wants others who are struggling to be their unique selves to know that she sees and supports them.
Linda Yang
4.26.18
VICELAND
VICELAND

Photos Capturing the Electric Energy of the Queer Ballroom Scene

MY HOUSE explores the eccentric, undeniably unique world of NYC voguers.
Amelia Capaz
Niq Lewis
4.26.18
LGBTQ
LGBTQ

Find Yourself in the Queer Version of Google Maps

Queering the Map is a global, crowdsourced atlas of tender LGBTQ moments.
Sarah Burke
4.13.18
How to Sex
How to Sex

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Scissoring

What, exactly, is scissoring—the quintessential lesbian sex act or a fictive spectre perpetuated by heteropatriarchial standards?
Anna Pulley
4.5.18
Womens History Month
Womens History Month

'I’d Rather Be Beautiful Than Male': Remembering the Radical Art of Mark Aguhar

Transfeminine Filipinx multidisciplinary artist Mark Aguhar, who died six years ago this week, left a legacy that continues to teach us about the power of everyday expression as a tool for self-preservation.
MT Vallarta
3.13.18
Womens History Month
Womens History Month

Traveling the Country with My Queer, Feminist Roadshow Family

"As soon as I stepped onstage at my first Sister Spit show, I felt my spirit open up to receive the sea of queer faces smiling, nodding, snapping their fingers."
Juliana Delgado Lopera
3.8.18
Queerly Beloved
Queerly Beloved

Queer and Poly Couples Share How They're Redefining the Meaning of Marriage

“As queer people, we are creating our future. We have to be the blueprints for what we want.”
Anna Pulley
2.14.18
Culture
Culture

'Black Panther' Could Have Depicted the First Queer Romance in a Marvel Movie

In a recent interview, one of the film's screenwriters said they initially toyed with the idea of including the lesbian love story from the original comics.
Linda Yang
2.13.18
LGBTQ
LGBTQ

Queer Girls Are 95 Percent More Likely to Be Punished at School Than Straight Girls, Study Finds

A new study examines the differences in school discipline for queer and straight students. While the study is not representative of the entire US population, it gives some new insight into the educational experience of queer girls today.
Kimberly Lawson
2.7.18
Art
Art

The Artist Creating a 'Karaoke Spiritual Center' to Explore South Asian Identity

Baseera Khan's artwork and performances playfully examine the politics of living in a brown body in America.
Sarah Burke
1.22.18
Web series
Web series

The New All-Women Web Series Exploring Queer, Black, Poly Love

In "195 Lewis," a queer, black, and female cast navigate relationships in the rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood of Bed-Stuy.
Emily J. Smith
11.15.17