A list of note-worthy new music released between September 19th and 25th. Features MGK, Jessie Reyez, JID, EARTHGANG, Bastille, and more.
Must-listen list of black artists who are also members of the LGBTQ+ community, from Janelle Monáe to Kevin Abstract to Frank Ocean and more. #HappyPride and #BlackLivesMatter.
A list of note-worthy new music released between June 13th and 19th, all selected in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter. Features Anderson .Paak, H.E.R., Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, and more.
In place of my weekly “Must Listen, New Music” post, this week I’m gifting you with a must-listen activism album by Joey Bada$$. A prime example of activism through art, at a time we need it most. #RIPGEORGEFLOYD #RIPBREONNATAYLOR #BLACKLIVESMATTER
A list of songs celebrating moms in honor of Mother’s Day. Include songs for those who have good relationships with their moms and those who may not.
From vulnerable coming-outs, to encouraging community ballads, to iconic bops for your Pride festivities, here’s a list of worthy LGBTQ anthems ranging from 1980 to 2019.
First We Feasts’ “Hot Ones” is the show with hot questions and even hotter wings. The YouTube interview web series’ immaculate success derives from 3 critical factors: the impressive celebrity guest variety, the show’s host Sean Evans, and the show’s editor Colin Higgins.
What I wish someone would have told me before my coming out 2 years ago.
You read that right. Before I accepted the fact that I was gay, I was very uncomfortable with homosexuality. Examining 3 factors in my life (Catholic School, conservative family, and ignorance), I try to unravel what really caused my homophobia.
Known for his YouTube channel and award-winning filmmaking career, Casey Neistat should be next on your watch list. From travel to family time to Booster boards rides, Casey’s vlogs are nothing short of great entertainment.
My spoiler-free recommendation list for female couples featured in series available with baseline streaming subscriptions.
YouTube served as my first outlet to 3 of my favorite things — music, creative inspiration, and gay shit. Each of these 3 things has changed, and continues to change, my perspective and my life. Thank you YouTube.
Though there has been an increase in the amount of quality lesbian storylines being presented in the film industry, there are still significant changes that need to be made. Two relatively easy starts: more screen time and more queer actresses playing lesbian roles.
Using the music videos for “Happier” by Marshmello and Bastille and “Same Love” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, I testify to 2 incredible powers great music videos hold.
Why I struggle to focus on just one thing.