2015 Subaru Outback Is As Gay and Great As Ever

When you are LGBT, survived the gay 1990s and are now thriving in a pro-marriage state of the union, can you get any more fabulous? When you are Subaru, and especially if you are the Outback, well then, yes you…

That’s So Gay: Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid Is Fab, Mod, Kitschy, And Fun, Fun, Fun

Venetian Red Pearl, Tangerine Orange Pearl, Desert Khaki or Plasma Green: those are the gay exteriors you can choose for your Oh-so-gay 2014 XV Crosstrek. Green clovers, blue diamonds, pinks hearts … it sounds magically delicious, even when interior choices…

Why Is The 2015 Subaru BRZ So Blue?

Imagine Subaru and you probably see its famous blue paint color.  But, with the BRZ sports car, Blue is the name of a cool trim package that makes an already special car like a one-hoofed unicorn of which 1,000 will…

LGBT-Friendly Subaru Polishes Its (2015) Legacy

The parents of my high school best friend were the first people I ever knew to own a Subaru. After years of Chevrolets and Dodges, they defected to Mazda and Subaru, in their case a first-generation Legacy. My father was…

2015 Subaru WRX Dances Like Astaire, Eats Like Guy Fieri

A cross between Count Dracula’s chariot and Mama’s sedan, the Subaru WRX looks like it should be left in the garage and thrown a raw steak now and then for nourishment. Although it has matured considerably over several generations, it is still the lovable bundle of razors it’s always been – there’s just more to feed.

That’s So Gay: 2014 Subaru Forester Gets A Makeover, Wows LGBTs & Straights, Too

Saturday Night Live’s openly-lesbian Kate McKinnon parodied tennis great Billie Jean King shortly after she was chosen to represent the U.S. in Sochi (Russia) at the Winter Games. As King, McKinnon proclaimed (as she laughed) that she would put all her lesbian chic on display in Sochi, to include driving a Subaru Outback through Red Square while Melissa Etheridge came blaring through the car speakers.

2014 Subaru Outback Goes Out Back With Its Special Self

Subaru is a special company, building nearly half of its global production in Indiana and with a set of morals that respects its diverse customers and ever-growing number of employees. That’s super, but that doesn’t explain the specialness of the company’s iconic Outback, which is as inseparable from Subaru as Mickey from Walt or the Beetle from Volkswagen.

2013 Models Are Still On The Lot: Time To Go Shopping

Why pay for a new 2014 when you may still find some great new 2013 models at your local dealer? Here are some thoughts for your gay experience as you contemplate a set of wheels that really says “We’re here,…

The Subaru Forester: Subaru’s Other Trick Wagon

Subaru’s most famous wagon is the Outback. Launched in the ‘90s with catchy ads featuring Crocodile Dundee’s Paul Hogan, the car hit during the rise of the SUV boom. It didn’t hurt that it found popularity with a dedicated bunch of lesbians in the northeast, causing Subaru to reach out to our community like no other automaker. All great, but that’s not the car we’re reviewing here. Meet the Outback’s crossover sibling, the Forester.

With The 2013 Subaru Legacy, Subaru Explores Its Indiana Roots

It was either by coincidence or divine love of the underdog that I happened to have the Subaru Legacy 3.6R the same weekend I was planning to tour the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend, Indiana. Not only is the Subaru brand beloved by our community, but also the car is built in Lafayette, just 45 minutes north of Indianapolis. It felt right at home on Hoosier highways.