12 Hilarious Queer Activists, Writers, & Comedians You Should Be Following on Twitter
Not to brag, but queers are just better at Twitter.
There's a lot going on over at Twitter, or X, as it is now being called.
Although the "X" has resulted in a breakup with a lot of former users, there are still plenty of active tweeters giving us all the entertainment we need. If you need a good laugh, check out these 12 hilarious queer activists, writers and comedians you should definitely follow on the platform.
You may be familiar with Joel Kim Booster from his stellar performance in Hulu's Fire Island, but he's just as funny (if not more) on Twitter. He's part culture critic, part mean girl, and all around good time.
Jes Tom is a nonbinary comedian who goes straight for the jugular (no pun intended) when it comes to the cis paradigm. They have no problem telling it just how it is, and their Twitter humor is just as hilarious as their on-stage presence.
The RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 winner may not have deserved the crown, but she does deserve a follow on Twitter. Trixie is freakin’ hilarious. I really don’t have anything else to say. Just go follow her.
Miss Trixie Matel might be hilarious in her own right, but some could argue she wouldn't have seen the level of success without her pal, Katya. Outside of the Unhhh show the two host, Katya is a wealth of hilarious entertainment that is everything the world needs.
It’s no surprise that the Emmy-nominated host of Billy on the Street also has a clever and politically-savvy Twitter account. The Difficult People and American Horror Story star’s page is no secret, with well over two million followers.
JP describes himself as a “Chicano Gay Person” and “Powerful Witch” on Twitter. He’s a staff writer at Them and is hands down one of the funniest gay people alive. Literally every single one of his tweets goes viral.
Phillip is a standup comic, so it makes sense that his Twitter would be fire. Phillip tweets about everything from how verse-tops are the ultimate size-queen, to which celebs we should stan. And he's even contributed to PRIDE!
If you ever need a reminder that men are trash and you are a goddamn goddess who deserves to be worshipped, then you should follow Gigi! Gigi is a feminist writer and educator with bylines in literally every single women’s magazine there is.
With the Twitter name "Hispanic Pixie Dream Girl," you just know Mathew’s Twitter profile is going to be good. The Into staff writer is not someone who simply recounts queer culture. This man is creating it, and he does so in a manner that will make you both laugh and cry.
PRIDE contributor Sophie St. Thomas adds astrological and sex-magic content to your Twitter feed. After following her, you'll wonder how you ever lived without Sophie in your life. She’s the perfect combination of goth and glamour!
Although she doesn't tweet herself, the hilarious stand up comic and actress lets other comedians take over her Twitter account for a few days at a time, allowing them to share their jokes and writing on her platform. How and thoughtful cool is that?!