Good morning! I hope you had a chance to catch the premiere of “When We Rise” last night. Don’t forget there are three more installments airing this week on ABC. At Babble, a pair of gay moms writes about why it’s so meaningful to them for this series to exist.)
Yet another trans woman has been murdered, and this is the second time this has happened in New Orleans within the last few days. Rest in power Ciara McElveen.
“Supergirl” star Chyler Leigh talks healthy lesbian relationships and her queer character with Mic.
Lesbian and bi women in Africa are boycotting a series of international LGBT workshops because of their “imperialist, paternalistic and patriarchal nature.” You go, girls.
Wives and ministers Maria Swearingen and Sally Sarratt are the new leaders of Calvary Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.
Ariana Grande included an adorable lesbian couple in her new video for “Everyday” and now I want to make out at a laundromat.
The San Francisco Symphony canceled some tour dates in North Carolina last year after it passed HB2, and now they are throwing a pride benefit concert instead, performing songs from out gay composers.
Every school should get a visit from The Stonewall Speakers.
A study done by Stonewall in the UK finds that the elderly LGBTQ population feels largely invisible and forgotten, and I hate this all around.
Patricia Arquette was not happy her late sister, Alexis, was left out of the In Memoriam segment at the Oscars.
I’m very upset to have missed the LA Printed Zine Fair this weekend, but PAPER has you covered with all of the lezzie feminist shit you’d want to know about.