Bring the holigay meet-up spirit home!
It’s like looking in the Mirror of Erised.
Holigay time means good food, good friends, and hopefully bearable family, along with approximately a million and one parties of differing fanciness levels. I’m going to take you through a few different outfits so that you’re gonna be the best dressed queer at every party you attend!
Here’s a whole big bunch of my favourite ‘tarot things to do’ so you can keep yourself busy with your cards over the holiday period!
I was really glad I was able to find this many women in superhero comic book movies that I liked.
One of the first things my mother’s boyfriend noticed upon waking up Thanksgiving Day was that all of the rooms were named after prominent confederate soldiers.
This past Saturday, just a few hours before the Millions March in NYC, I sat down with Barbara Smith, a Black lesbian feminist legend.
“To be clear, we are not here to change the system. We are here to SHUT IT DOWN.”
This scarf falls on the feminine end of the spectrum and is a good gift for anyone whose idea of gay apparel is pretty and shiny.
This is a guide for people who like to drink fancypants alcohol in the winter, but don’t actually like to put pants on. (So, probably all of you.)
You know when you were bored in middle school math and you just pressed +1 on a calculator for half an hour? Have I got a game for you!
Shampoo bars, a life-changing clay mask, and a bunch of things to make your skin shiny and glowing like a spaceship.
Did you know some people make entire Facebook albums about their adventures at Applebee’s?
I’m sorry we didn’t hang out on Monkey Day!
I bet that last person on your list would like monthly deliveries of geek stuff, indie foods, organic snacks, beauty products, dapper accessories, fresh produce, neckties or A+!
This issue we have a snowflake contest, an ABC Family movie you’ll remember all year ’round, we’re continuing our Gay-dventure saga AND SO MUCH MORE.
I hope this accumulation of caper recipes will ignite or otherwise invigorate your love for capers, or at the very least give you an excuse to make a lot of detective puns in the kitchen.
We told some really incredible stories this year and you won’t want to miss a thing.
“While it is definitely tragic we still have to march, there is something beautiful and hopeful about the fact that I am fighting for [my mom’s] freedom as much as mine, and we’re both out here so that my nephew, who just turned one, hopefully won’t have to march when he grows up.”
Same-sex couples are statistically proven to be bonded for life, an otter finds home for the first time, and a bunch of UK queers upgrade their love in this week’s good news roundup.