This has been a long time coming. The L Word ended in 2009, so it has in fact taken me about 1,000 rewatches to get here, I wish I was exaggerating. The L Word fucked us all up. Whether it was creating grossly inaccurate expectations for living, to grossly inaccurate portrayals of how to relationship. […]
Music is a powerful medium that connects us all. As cliché as it sounds, music has a way of telling stories and emotions that words alone can’t express. Whether it be through the melody or lyrics, music can connect us through a shared experience, which is why queer music is so important. We all want media that makes us feel seen and not alone.
Finding the queer safe spaces while traveling can be important for safety reasons, but also for feeling empowered and connected to the community. There are many queer places to visit around the world, including historic landmarks, museums, restaurants, bookshops, pride events, and more.
Bookstores that put LGBTQ+ content at the center of their shop’s focus feel like a welcome home hug. With a hopefully growing list of gay bookstores around the world, here are some of our favorites.
Authentic trans representation helps trans people feel less alone, more empowered, and helps them understand their own experience.
Specific slang and terminology is a great way for the queer community to connect and share a type of language with one another. It lets us communicate concepts and thoughts in a quick way while connecting us. Whether you’re freshly out or have been out for a while, it’s easy to get lost in the […]
There are many LGBT+ YA books coming out in 2023 and EveryQueer is here to let you know and get you excited for what’s to come!
Why is it so difficult to find the best lesbian movies? Historically, portrayals of lesbians and same-sex relationships in American films were extremely limited due to the Hays Code. The Hays Code, enacted in response to the wild and roaring 20s, was a set of moral standards dictating what was appropriate and inappropriate to show […]
Lesbian literature is an extensive genre spanning over 2,500 years. Though the ancient Grecian poet Sappho is credited with producing the earliest forms of lesbian writing, the genre as we know it today began taking shape in the 19th century. Lesbian books from this period relied heavily on subtext and most often ended in heartache […]
I’ve been thinking recently about all of the women who love women that I’ve seen on my screens over the years and how the shaped me into the gay lady I am today. Some of them made my heart skip a beat, some of them made it break ever so slightly, and some of them […]