In the first of two Biking Holigay Gift Guides, here we’ll look at all the things you (or your giftee) need to stay safe, warm and happy on the streets.
Choosing a bike from hundreds of options can be intimidating. Here are a few tips on what to look out for when you’re bike-shopping and 20 bicycles for you to lust after.
Should you get Obamacare or insurance through your employer? Are you eligible for Medicaid? What does the ACA mean for trans* people? Find out all this and more!
“Society gives us a bad rep for having tats or being gay so I’m like well let me just throw it all together in one and see how you like it now.”
“As a woman of color who does not fit into Western Eurocentric standards of what is conventionally attractive, every day I step out and love myself is an act of resistance.”
Just on the cheek, keep your pants on.
As the countdown to the Affordable Care Act continues, 1/3 of LGBT Americans are uninsured! This campaign wants to change that.
Or as he says, “…for the individual labeled a “babe” to become a sex object requires that person’s participation.”
“For these campers, I was their Joan of Arc. It’s like, I’m Joan, and their vag is the ark.”
Or don’t. Armpits4August doesn’t mind whether you preen your pits or not, as long as you’re willing to talk about it and PCOS.
“Social equality for all people, regardless of size, must become a goal of the queer movement.”
Exercise is hard and boring, but these are some apps that make it a little more reasonable.
See which city tops the list as the most LGBT friendly sports city!
“She acts like she’s such a victim when obviously there was abuse on both sides.” Awkwardly, I shrug my shoulders and look around the room. My partner doesn’t notice how uncomfortable she’s making me because she’s caught up in her own conjectures: “It’s like how we are sometimes.”
You should check out Ms. Fit Magazine. It’s inspiring, intelligent, positive and queer-inclusive.
Brittney Griner signs an endorsement deal with Nike. Here are some of my favorite sports commercials I think Nike should keep in mind while they brainstorm for her campaign.
“Just be who you are. Don’t worry about what other people are going to say, because they’re always going to say something, but, if you’re just true to yourself, let that shine through.”
With the gay propaganda law set to pass, it doesn’t look like Russia’s going to be very inviting for queers going to the Olympic Games.