With Fall here, Queerly Not Straight has 10 LGBTQ+ books that are releasing this October to quench your reading needs.
‘The Matrix’ possibly being getting a dance adaptation by Danny Boyle might just be the most brilliant thing we’ve ever heard.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power 1×06 “Udûn” brought our heroes together to only sweep it all away with fire.
Easy-Bake Battle: The Home Cooking Competition on Netflix looks to be right up our alley when it comes to home cooking competitions.
The Barney documentary “I Love You, You Hate Me” has left us shook and intrigued at who hates this lovable dinosaur.
The final trailer for Halloween Ends really has us side-eying the franchise, especially at the thought of permanently killing Laurie.
The Last of Us has finally given us an official teaser for the adaptation of the hit game and here’s what you might’ve missed.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story gets its first look and it looks surprisingly really good and we can’t wait to watch.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power 1×05 saw Galadriel trying to convince Halbrand and The Stranger starting to understand his power.
The House of the Dragon wigs are an absolute disaster that will be remembered for as long as the Arrowverse breathes life.
Looking for some queer books to pick up this fall? Queerly Not Straight has a list of LGBTQ books coming out this September!
Yeah, we don’t feel bad for a ghost teaching bullies a lesson in Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, a new horror film coming to Netflix.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power 1×04 titled “The Great Wave” saw Galadriel trying her best and Arondir being the best.
David Harbour as Santa in ‘Violent Night’ is making people wonder, “Is Santa hot?” and “Wait, am I lusting over Santa?”
Steven Spielberg weaves a personal tale together in the form of ‘The Fabelmans’ official trailer. Watch it here.
With New Amsterdam season 5 right around the corner, we thought fans deserved some Sharpwin videos to help through these hard times.
Queerly Not Straight talks about the newest episode of Peppa Pig, titled “Families,” and how its LGBTQ couple is making homophobes mad.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power “Adar” brought us one step closer to showing Sauron. Or did they?
Kerry Washington is using her star power to create content that challenges our perceptions of what women can and can’t do in Reasonable Doubt.
In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Sunday I’ll be posting interviews, opinion pieces, listicles, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to Queerly Not…