You’ve got the skills to pay the bills or maybe not the bills, but you definitely have skills! Photo editing, twerking, parallel parking, making tiny burritos for tiny hamsters? Come over here and tell me about all the stuff you’re boss at!
“Can’t talk. Deadline.”
Our major award, women’s basketball, dream jobs and your words!
She wants to taste your lips but only because they’ve been kissing the boy she’s into.
And a profile with series creator Ellen Simpson, who writes all kind of fan fiction too!
You can watch women’s basketball nonstop this weekend, if you want to. What a time to be alive!
The latest episode of Kristin Russo’s First Person series is queering fashion, Arabelle Sicardi and her mom are watching TV, drawing race and class boundaries with sexual discourse, Gillian Anderson is avaibs, being fat black and invisible, your daily Stevie Nicks moment, instagram isn’t comfy with your blood because they are ignorant fucks, and young girl gets gifts from crows because she’s living her best life.
Jude and Connor come out, and Monty finally stops keeping her lips to herself.
Indiana’s decision to “protect” religions from having to deal with gay people has not gone over well with the NCAA, GenCon, a bunch of tech CEOs or the Indianapolis mayor — but the Governor insists this law is totally fine and awesome and not legalized discrimination at all!
If you have the right weather for listening to this outside, please do that. But if not, put your sunglasses on inside and live the dream anyway.
The death of trans teen activist Blake Brockington, good legislative news for same-sex parents in Maryland, Roy Moore says something regrettable, Ellen Pao takes sexism in venture capitalism to court, and more!
“I could not wrap my head around having to jump back into the dating scene – sober no less. Where would I find suitable dating candidates? How do I “come out” as sober? It’s bad enough that the queer dating pool is incredibly small. Now, I had to contend with the fact that some people would be averse to dating a sober recovering addict.”
The very first edition of a biweekly link round-up of stuff I’ve read and thought about relevant to the work we do here: online media, women in business, entrepreneurship, journalism, start-up culture, publishing, advertising, management, freelancing, literature, queer visibility, etc. LET’S TALK BUSINESS, LADIES.
“Anyhow, I put this binder on, and after the initial struggle that always comes with putting on a thing that fits as tightly as binders should fit, I felt — nothing. The binder felt like nothing. THE BINDER FELT LIKE NOTHING, THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”
Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson keep being adorable, Orphan Black is almost back, Evan Rachel Wood’s got tomboy style advice, J.K. Rowling threw some magical shade on Twitter and more pop culture stories you need to know about!
Are you ready to painstakingly examine the psychological profile of every character Winona Ryder has ever played?
We tell stories to stay awake. We tell stories to communicate. It is how we come to know each other. It is a part of our culture. We may be black, brown, white, queer, undocumented. We come from swamps, foothills, and sandy pines. We have different histories and experiences, but we came from this place and we shape this place.
“Anyway I wasn’t going to talk about it, but this is a real-time column about planning for a wedding, and a lot of you have gone through something similar and you deserve to know that you’re certainly not alone! We all deserve to know that even the beautiful parts of being alive can sometimes be fucking shitshow.”
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, and now it’s over.
A new podcast dives deep into New Orleans’ dyke bars of the 1970s and ’80s. Here are a few of the funny, sweet and powerful stories from Last Call.