Beyoncé is officially the most-nominated female artist ever, Malala Yousafzai (sort of) and Elizabeth Warren can add “Grammy Nominee” to their resumé and lesbian country singer Brandy Clark earns two nominations.
We will begin with the greatest news of all…
***Please note that ***Flawless is not available on Spotify, but if were it would probably be the only song on this playlist.
Maybe there’s a new Beyoncé album about to drop out of the sky? Maybe not, but there’s a mysterious track list for Volume 2 making the rounds…
Queers in the South, queers on your teevee, women in politics, witches, Joan Jett pants, Playboy pinups, offensive studies, spiteful children, and more!
Jay-Z was also pretty adorable.
“And how is it that no one texted me that Nicki Minaj was in my hotel wearing denim cutoffs, 7″ black Louboutins, and a cutoff tank with my face on it? I’mma fire everyone on my security team.”
“Let’s call her BOTUS. Is this how the Illuminati works? I’ve always been confused about the Illuminati thing.”
Like you needed another excuse to keep listening to Beyoncé.
Did you know that this week is the week where I ate multiple meals via finger foods? Here’s the stories we missed while I was opening another box of crackers.
Here, the message isn’t for girls to put their little noses to the grindstone; this campaign largely targets adults, calling for reflection on internalized sexism.
Talk me down.
Ever wonder what happens when you put a bunch of queer folks in a room and tell them to get shit done? Here’s my recap of the IvyQ 2014 Conference and a few things I learned along the way.
Thanks to Beyoncé, you and your lover can indulge your semi-socialized desire to put words on your asses as well as your desire to look fly while pantsless – no matter what your gender presentation, underwear needs, or style preference!
Now I have visions of Bey and Angel Haze brunching together and Instagramming it.
Bow down, bitches.
Question: Tell me what you think about, B? You buy your own diamonds and you buy your own rings?
Will you remember where you were when this happened?
“This is basically all I’ve wanted all my life,” Rachel Kincaid, Senior Editor of Autostraddle, told me.
A video party for internet troll appreciators, Spice Girls fans, Disney lovers, and Beyoncé stans.