What makes “men’s” underwear exclusively for men? Is it still men’s underwear if I’m wearing it? Answers: a) absolutely nothing and b) no, sir.
We did a thing, and people are paying attention, because we deserve it like that. And more importantly: so do you. In case you don’t believe that, here’s a gallery of perfect pictures to prove it.
Katrina’s Team PIck: Season 3 of SIGNIFIED reminds us of what many forget, and what some know all too well: queerness does not necessarily mean whiteness, and queerness is not only limited to the U.S.
If you build it, they will come (that’s what she said).
Dances with scissors.
“The Brown Grrrlz Project seems to view femininity as a form of resistance in a world where brown women are either terrorized or ignored. “
“I’m not sorry we can now enter the military, and I’m not sorry that we can now marry. But frankly I come from a moment in time, and a radical vision in time, that never made marriage or the military my criteria of success.”
An alarmingly relevant speed dating experience for queer ladies in NYC.
Riot showed us what revolution could look like. We had a new concept of what power could be. We could find it within ourselves and in each other — and we didn’t have to ask.
Trans rapper Heidi Barton Stink keeps it real. Like, really, really real.
“Although this question is usually totally offensive, it’s interesting to think that it can actually mean something.”
Katrina’s Team Pick: Be smart and funny, but maybe not smarter and funnier than me, ’cause I want this too, y’all.
Surprise! A new survey indicates that LGBT people “experience higher rates of substance use and abuse.”
“I’ve dated girls, and I’ve liked girls. But they’re usually straight girls, so it never works out. I’m not THAT gay, so I don’t have the energy to convince someone else to be gay, you know?”
“The Peculiar Kind says something a lot of us already know but few of us ever really talk about: the fact that activism can look like anything, that we feel for our work and fight for our causes, but we also find comfort in each other.”
Banks is an anti-glamour loudmouth chasing big-time success without mercy or apology, because, let’s face it, who has time to apologize when you’re becoming famous this fucking fast?
That’s it, I’m dating myself.
It’s okay to sing along. It’s also okay not to.
Go ahead girl, put yo poetry in it.
Solidarity forever, or something like that.
Ha ha! I’m quitting my job next month! Hahahahahaha!
“Man, we gotta stop bitchin’ about this and start BITCHIN’ about this!”
Katrina’s Team Pick: Something cool, but even cooler if you’re in Washington, DC.
“What exactly does ‘success’ mean for OWS? It could mean giving power to conversations and movements that activists, organizers and thinkers have been having for years.”
This Megabus is leaving at 9:30am whether you’re on it or not!