Author: Camille

“Dyke Central” Is The Amazing Intersectional Show We Didn’t Know Existed

“Dyke Central” Is The Amazing Intersectional Show We Didn’t Know Existed

Dyke Central is a show (available through Amazon Prime) based in Oakland. It follows a group of gay, trans, and queer characters as they try to find their footing in their love lives and careers. It’s reminiscent of The L Word, except way better because the characters are all people who could actually exist. I’ve met and been friends with people who are a lot like the characters in this show.

Short Film “One Of The Flowers” Is An Ode To Bisexuality

Short Film “One Of The Flowers” Is An Ode To Bisexuality

One of the Flowers is essentially an ode to bisexuality. It compares human bisexuality to the bisexuality found in nature, more specifically to flowers, and calls for people to stop treating bisexuality like a made-up or unworthy concept.
“Since coming out as being bisexual, I have met many who have insisted, both directly and indirectly, that bisexuality doesn’t exist,” Moira notes.  “However, to concede to that point would be to deny the feelings I have had for both men and women— love has no gender.”

Carmilla Makes Vampires Fun Again

Carmilla Makes Vampires Fun Again

Carmilla is not your average vampire story. In fact, it’s not even your average web series. Told in 3-7 minutes episodes over three seasons, Carmilla focuses on a group of students who work together at their very strange university to save the world from utter destruction.

I Assigned God Roles To My Favorite Queer Celebrities

I Assigned God Roles To My Favorite Queer Celebrities

I can be pretty blasphemous while sitting in LA traffic. A few weeks ago while trying to improve my patience on the freeway,  I asked myself, “If Hayley Kiyoko is Lesbian Jesus, who’s the holy spirit?” Then I took it a step further and started wondering who would be who in the Greek Pantheon. After some reflection, I’ve come up with a list of queer celebrities and their holy counterparts.

King Princess – Make My Bed Album Review

King Princess – Make My Bed Album Review

King Princess at just nineteen years old has proven to be a rising icon. She is an artist of her craft, mastering the guitar, piano, bass, and drums. Additionally, she is a songwriter and a producer on top of being a singer.  King Princess is exactly what her name entails: a force to be reckoned with.

Review: Signature Move

Review: Signature Move

The film (written by Fawzia Mirza and directed by Jennifer Reeder) is set in Chicago and follows Zayna (Fawzia Mirza), an American-Pakistani lawyer. She finds herself in a relationship with a free-spirited Mexican-American bookstore owner named Alma (Sari Sanchez). While Alma’s family is supportive of Alma’s identities and relationships, Zayna’s mother obsesses with finding her semi-closeted daughter a husband.