If you’ve ever wondered what happens when a big ‘ol group of queers and otherwise-identified humans taste test and evaluate six brands of string cheese accompanied by boxed wine, then today could very well be the greatest day of your life.
The panelists for our A-Camp workshop on “Turning Your Passion Into a Business” chat on the benefits, drawbacks and rewards of starting your own business.
“Witchiness is in my family: my people are the original hilljacks. I grew up with stories about my great-grandma Fern who traveled around Appalachia holding seances where she raised spirits and tables.”
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Jump into journaling with these fun tips and prompts.
Here is what to do.
(or the Bee’s Knees? I’m choosing to go with the plural possessive because no one bee is responsible for the honey. Or we could call it the Beeses Kneeses.)
Make your own cheap, easy PVC flogger!
One day, my very best gal pal rubbed some lavender salve and it changed my whole freaking life. So let’s all make lavender salve because it’s made of magic and smells like inner peace.
The experience of getting a letter is one of the most important moments or feelings of connection to something.
“Reading ‘Fun Home’ was like someone turning on the lights for me. I immediately bought a book called ‘How To Make Comics’, went to (the now defunct) Pearl Paints and got all the tools I needed, and I just started drawing.”
“13. All feminist concerns are transgender concerns, period.”
Once you figure out what feeling you were chasing, you can start working toward it – and getting a solid taste of it — every day. And that, my friend, seriously changes everything.
I’m on the mountain this week, so please enjoy the following smut.
This year, I’m going to encourage everyone to unplug when they take their closest queer pack into the woods — as little tech as possible is the name of the game. But that doesn’t mean you need to give up your nerd.
Five non-itinerary things that make A-Camp, A-Camp. In no particular order.
Limitting a tasting to one specific distillery is like reading something you like and then picking up every book the author ever wrote. Becoming familiar with one distillery’s whiskeys gives you the chance to talk about their body of work as a whole.
The QTPOC Speakeasy is throwing a house party/pajama jam on Mt. Feelings and everyone’s invited! Come for the throwbacks, stay for the dance-off. We even put together a mini-playlist for you, bb.
One generous queer donated a campership to send one lucky Mexican / Mexican-American to A-Camp!
All you have to do is believe (and make a profile).