From MJ Rodriguez from Pose to Jason Sudeikis from Ted Lasso, these stars were after our bisexual hearts at the 2021 Emmys!
In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday 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…
Twitter is in love with the Avalance, Sara Lance and Ava Sharpe, wedding on Legends of Tomorrow and so are we!
Batwoman casting Bridget Regan as Poison Ivy is another opportunity for The CW to give us another queer character!
Gabrielle Union and Billy Porter are making our LGBTQ dreams come true! The duo is, according to Deadline, coming together for a queer teen comedy! Tentatively titled To Be Real, it’s part of Union’s production company I’ll Have Another Productions.…
Fangirlish got a chance to speak with Andrew Shvarts about his book ‘It Ends in Fire’ & the importance of having a queer female protagonist.
Queerly Not Straight is here to serve up some LGBTQ books you should check out this August! Read more here!
Tom Daley winning his first Olympic Gold medal as a member of the LGBTQ community matters and we need to talk about why.
Twitter really out here and doing the most with these Spongebob Squarepants reactions to Lil Nas X’s “Industry Baby.”
It Ends in Fire by Andrew Shvarts is the queer and diverse Harry Potter-esque book that I’ve been waiting for.
Fear Street Part Three: 1666 marks the end of this trilogy and I’ve never been more grateful for something to finish.
From writers finding love to disappearances full of magic, Queerly Not Straight has 10 books you should check out this July!
From interviews to book lists and reviews, here are my 5 favorite Queerly Not Straight posts from Pride Month 2021!
Visions of Us is a Netflix Youtube series that discusses the Latinx and LGBTQ experience, from Elena on One Day at a Time to Santana on Glee.
Fiona Dawson (she/her) and her show Now With Fiona are the best! We had the pleasure to interview her about representation and diversity.
Looking for LGBTQ books to check out this Pride Month? Queerly Not Straight has you covered with 10 books you should read!
From A to Q by Emmalie El Fadli is an LGBTQ short film about friendship and the secrets dreams reveal. Read our review!
Looking for some new artists to follow this Pride 2021? Don’t worry! Queerly Not Straight has you covered with 7 LGBTQ artists to listen to!
Queerly Not Straight got the chance to talk with Naomi Bennett about Lesflicks, their journey, and how they support the queer community.
One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston is more than a time traveling romance. It’s a story about finding oneself, courage, and found family.