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“We are surviving. We are resilient. We are creative and resourceful. We have each other’s backs. We don’t want your pity.”
Campuses across the country are hosting events to “tangibly express their commitment to lift the burden of sexual violence from the shoulders of survivors;” you can find an event local to you on the Carry That Weight website. Participants can carry mattresses or pillows to demonstrate solidarity with survivors.
Sisters, All Hallow’s Eve has become a season of boozing, where women drink pumpkin ale and run amok!
A lot of women went through a lot of shit so you could vote, so shut up and do it.
“One of my favorite things is hand-me-down furniture. But when those special pieces come without, well, all their pieces, some DIY elbow grease comes in handy.”
Love her or hate her, you’ve got to admit she’s got the most emoji-ful discography of all time.
Jazz, who recently published a book about her life called I Am Jazz and Zoey, who recently appeared in “Laverne Cox Presents: The T-Word” are two of the trans youth who are making things better for kids across America.
“Delilah takes up mansion-sized space in your head. She bought property the first time you kiss in Adams Park.”
Okay, my little ghouls and goblins. LET US REVISIT OUR YOUTH.
We’ve got a Wonder Woman movie with a woman director! We’ve got not one, but two POC superhero movies! We’ve got Spider-Gwen, Gamora and Mockingbird! We’ve even got Squirrel Girl!
These cases could create radical shifts for the experience of incarcerated LGBT people and they raise important questions about what a justice system better equipped to incarcerate LGBT people might mean for our communities.
Pick your favorite era, your favorite song, or just the one that matches your current hair.
The League of Ladies was “born from a dissatisfaction of the portrayal of female superheroes and disempowering slogans on contemporary underwear.” The lookbook celebrates four historical heroines, including Frida Khalo and Harriet Tubman modelled by “real-life superheros” who embody and reflect the traits of the superheroines they are wearing.
Mac and cheese from scratch: because you’re worth it.
Cat Town Cafe, America’s first permanent cat cafe, opened this past weekend, and I can’t stop making horrible cat puns about it.
Handing out candy corn to trick-or-treaters makes you a monster.
In which neither Callie nor Arizona can ever respect boundaries and pickles become things that help save lives.
This week, your good gay news comes with a heaping side of dogs in wigs and a round of interviews and video series, on the house.
Comfort sex, ordinary sex, a break-up exit strategy, the kinkiest countries and more.