Looking for some queer books to pick up this fall? Queerly Not Straight has a list of LGBTQ books coming out this September!
Queerly Not Straight talks about the newest episode of Peppa Pig, titled “Families,” and how its LGBTQ couple is making homophobes mad.
A Taste of Gold and Iron by Alexandra Rowland is a sweeping fantasy epic, full of soaring romance, political intrigue, and criminal conspiracies.
The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes by Cat Sebastian is a delightful romp through Georgian England, full of compelling characters and swoon-worthy romance.
Uncoupled is now available on Netflix and it’s a LGBTQ+ story of healing with friends who support you no matter what. We review!
Jonathan Bailey and Matt Bomer starring in Fellow Travelers is definitely going to end badly. And we’re tired.
Queerly Not Straight has put together a list of LGBTQ+ books that are coming out this July. Read on for more here.
Fine, after careful thought and consideration, we’ve changed our mind completely on Will Byers after Stranger Things season 4 volume 2.
‘Motherland: Fort Salem’ 3×02 “The Price of Work” sees Camarilla making a bold move against the Mycelium. Read our review.
Out There offers a breadth of representation and genres. But while some stories are definitely worth the read, others can be safely skipped.
Queerly Not Straight breaks down the importance of how The Umbrella Academy treated Viktor Hargreeves transition on the show.
Kevin Bacon welcomes a group of LGBTQ+ campers to a conversion camp that ends up being a slasher in the teaser trailer for They/Them.
Although we loved HBO Max’s ‘Father of the Bride,’ it really could’ve done better at being less subtle about the LGBTQ daughter.
Looking for some LGBTQ+ books to read this Pride? Queerly Not Straight has you covered with some suggestions.
Billy Porter’s directorial debut Anything’s Possible tells a high school rom com with a trans lead. Watch the trailer here.
We don’t need Stranger Things to be vague about whether or not Will Byers is gay. Read more about this LGBTQ issue here.
When you love something like people do Star Wars, it’s ok to ask for more, especially when it comes to LGBTQ representation.
If a book is billed as spooky, suspenseful, and sapphic, I’m usually sold—and The Drowning Summer by Christine Lynn Herman largely lived up to my expectations.
From Nick and Charlie to Elle and Tao, here are 10 fanvids from our favorite Netflix Heartstopper ships for Queerly Not Straight.