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ASK ASHLEY • The person I dated before I got married was emotionally abusive.
MASC ON MASC OFF • THE DEFINITION OF “FEMME” IS QUICKLY SHIFTING. WRITER JENNA WORTHAM EXPLORES ITS NEW IMPLICATIONS FOR OUR QUEER GENERATION, AND FOR HERSELF.
ART HOUSE • THE ARTIST KIA LABEIJA BREAKS DOWN HOW POWER WORKS IN THE COMMERCIAL ART WORLD—AND HOW IT SHOULDN’T.
PRETTY PLEASE • A LOVE LETTER FROM NOTORIOUS FEMME-4-FEMME BOTTOM CHINGY
THIRST TRAP • A HOT PERSON EXPLAINS A COMPLEX TOPIC. THIS MONTH, TATTOO ARTIST MIRA MARIAH EXPLAINS WHY QUEER SPACES MUST BE ACCESSIBLE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.
PLASTIC POLITIC • POSE WRITER AND PRODUCER OUR LADY J EXPLAINS WHY COSMETIC PROCEDURES ARE NOT JUST FOR VANITY.
DESIGNING WOMEN • FOR SPRING SHOPPING, PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR MOUTH IS AND SUPPORT THE OUTSTANDING WOMEN REVOLUTIONIZING THE WORLDS OF FASHION, DESIGN, AND FRAGRANCE.
NATURAL WOMAN • MAKEUP ARTIST GLORIA NOTO WENT FROM GOTH GIRL TO GREEN BEAUTY QUEEN—NOW, HER OWN LINE OF COSMETICS IS READY TO SHAKE UP THE INDUSTRY.
FOR THE CULTURE • Meet the three Black trans women reclaiming San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood for a new generation.
OUR BODIES, OURSELVES • MEET THE QUEER FOLKS REVOLUTIONIZING THE REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE MOVEMENT.
A SEAT AT THE BAR • ANGELA DIMAYUGA IS ONE OF THE COOLEST WOMEN IN FOOD AND HOSPITALITY. NOW IN A NEW ROLE, SHE’S PRIORITIZING QUEER PEOPLE.
THE PEOPLE’S CHAMP • WITH RAFIKI, DIRECTOR WANURI KAHIU IS HELPING LGBTQ+ KENYANS SEE THEMSELVES ONSCREEN.
THE QUEER CANON • What would the literary canon look like if it were entirely composed of books by queer and trans women and femmes? We asked some of our favorite LGBTQ+ writers, filmmakers, and creatives to curate the ultimate list.
MERCY ON HER • SINGER-SONGWRITER BRANDI CARLILE FOUND THE POWER IN ABSOLUTION—THEN TURNED IT INTO GRAMMYS GOLD.
STILL STANDING • FIGHTING OFF EXTINCTION, THESE BRICK-AND-MORTAR ESTABLISHMENTS FOR LESBIANS AND QUEER WOMEN ARE NOT JUST SURVIVING—THEY’RE THRIVING.
THE MOTHERS & DAUGHTERS OF THE MOVEMENT • For Women’s History Month, acclaimed author and TV producer JANET MOCK honors two living legends who built the foundation for LGBTQ+ resilience; Out Executive Editor RAQUEL WILLIS elevates the emerging leaders carrying the liberation forward.
ONE NIGHT ONLY • A MASTER CLASS IN DRESSING FOR THE ART OF SEDUCTION—FROM LEG-BARING HEMLINES TO SWAG-ENHANCING SUITING.
Future FEMMEDOM • In recent years, dialogues about what it means to be a woman and how these definitions interact with the persisting intersectional feminist movement have moved from ivory towers to the red carpet, the streets, and living rooms nationwide. Yet still, nonbinary and gender-nonconforming people’s lived experiences are erased. Nonbinary femme folk, in particular, confront violence and marginalization—as well as joy, love, and triumph—in their own ways. They exist not in the standard pink or blue, but in the lavender expanses of life. Here, we take a deeper look into the lavender.
love language • nine of our favorite couples pen short (but sweet!) love letters to one another.
DIVIDED WE FALL • How did the beloved lesbian website AfterEllen become a bastion of anti-trans separatism?
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