Mobile apps, web apps, games, and chargers.
“BWU” shows the part that comes after figuring out marriage isn’t what you want: finding partners who are on the same page.
The sentimental packrat.
When asked why focuses so much on LGBTQ issues on her show, Sugar answered “I want to feel like I exist and I want everyone else who wants to feel that way to feel that way too.”
Two lawsuits that fight for trans students to access the bathrooms they need, WNBA players standing up for Black Lives Matter, Donald Trump’s RNC acceptance speech and more.
I’m about to be real busy watching Hillary Clinton get closer to being the fucking president and also real angsty about the fact that I’m friends with a bunch of people who born after 1990 and also real happy to see your faces, so get into it and talk to me already!
What do donor kebab, shawarma and tacos al pastor all have in common?
This week some other things happened that weren’t the Ghostbuster’s movie, but mostly the Ghostbuster’s movie happened. Ya’ll had lots of feelings about it.
A great scavenger hunt, be a cat, railroad women of the early forties, Zara is fuckshits, female pain, out Olympic athletes at Rio, how HIV/AIDS impacted American Art, oh yeah more Kate McKinnon, and so many other things for reading!
So you want to dress like Dr. Jillian Holtzman from Ghostbusters in your real, everyday life? You and the rest of us, friend.
Feat. Missy Elliott!
Video shows Charles Kinsey complying with police demands and keeping his hands up as he explains and advocates for both himself and his client; North Miami police shot at him anyway.
“They are terrified and they are angry and they are operating in a reality that quite simply does not exist. There is no war on Christmas.”
Mental health zines, libraries’ political and social power, what counts as a diverse book and more.
How is it possible that a queer woman who came in second place on NBC’s mega-smash-hit The Voice could, three years later, still be unknown? The short answer is that before Michelle Chamuel could fully tell the world who she is, she had to figure it out herself.
I may be extrapolating, but I am pulling my theories from very real, very present stuff. This is basically science, y’all.
We drove 3,645 miles and saw eight national parks over nine days.
Topics include Talking Point Memo and The New York Times doubling-down on reader support, Twitter opening up verification to applicants, This shutting down, how to talk to your boss about your intesne workload and more!
“Whereas some political systems are centered around equality of opportunity for women in politics — basically, the system we have in the US that (in theory) gives women the chance to run for office and be elected to office just like men, nothing different and nothing more — a growing number of nations and political parties have opted instead to make broader representation of women in their governments an explicit political goal using quota systems.”
Get ready for a moon puzzle, coloring page, playlist and SO MUCH MORE.