Two queer singles and one couple share their experience with polyamorous love in a post-pandemic landscape.
Just because a character isn’t explicitly written to be queer doesn’t mean they can’t be. Words by Jordan Currie. Art by Sam Liacos. I’ve realized as I’ve gotten older that being a queer media consumer can feel like being a pop culture archaeologist—an endless hunt for representation in the nitty gritty subtext, digging through dirt…
Why the cult rock musical’s message of loving yourself is still empowering today.
Words by Mya Abraham.