Get in here and let’s talk about that special time of year when pie definitively wins the pie vs cake war!
Among other important items of note, Jill and Doc became the first same-sex couple to be married in Montana!
The difference between theory and practice in non-monogamy, legitimizing your own sexual desire, vaginas that smell like peaches and more.
It’s the episode where instead of having sex Callie and Arizona have an emotional conversation in a quiet section of the hospital. Holy shit, aren’t you excited? This is life mimicking art, y’all.
Apps to predict when Flo visits, the painters paint the house red, when it suddenly turns to chocolate season, etc. LET’S TALK ABOUT PERIODS, Y’ALL!
“Where’s my place? Does everyone else know theirs?”
Once again, you all come through in the clutch by being super funny and adorable.
In which we get a dozen different emotions for the price of one.
Alison DiLaurentis knows you want to kiss her.
This month we visit Club Drizzy, Heather gets punched in the face by a racist stranger at the airport, we pause to admire new merch, B wants to interview her not-ex-girlfriend and WHO WILL BE THE BUTT OF OUR GENERATION?
“Barbie: I Can Be A Computer Engineer,” remixed.
This is an essay about searching for the most effective ways to engage those ambivalent, apathetic, or misinformed people who might otherwise find themselves on the right side of justice.
A new study examines straight attitudes towards the rights of queer couples. There’s broad support for things like hospital visitation, but still a lot of discomfort with public same-gender smooching.
Topics include international development, Chris Rock, My Little Ponies, water parks, Asian-Americans on TV, the gay wing of the LA County jail, writing POC and MOAR!
Making donations in people’s names can connect your family or other important people in your life with issues that you care about.
Is the President’s plan enough? As long as there are people whose lives and families are in the US remain vulnerable to deportation, is not enough, but it is something, and it is the result of the hard work of thousands of activists who have put everything on the line to make their presence known as undocumented and immigrant Americans who deserve rights and dignity.
How the media writes women of color, Thanksgiving things to read, lists of women and songs, Brittani Nichols, divorce, cultural appropriation in the birthing community, the importance of educating and also scaring children, milk crates, sea stars, unicorns, Stef possums, and a cover of “America” that legit made me cry this morning.
2. Tension is a productive force.
Out black lesbian Jacqueline Woodson wins in youth fiction, sci-fi gender pioneer Ursula LeGuin takes home an award for distinguished contributions to American letters and skewers capitalism and Lemony Snicket ruins the mood with racist jokes.
“It’s all fine that we become aware of our lives but we need more than for you to finally see that we are walking this Earth. We need you to hear us.”