I just came back from my native island where I took a much needed mini vacation — without further ado, welcome to Wilder Hungers tropical edition!
We open with two of the greatest lesbian musical acts of the last two generations and close with three songs clearly selected only because their titles contain the word “diary.” In between, there are some (mostly depressing, strangely folk-y) songs that I like.
This comedy crush has survived years and is still going strong. Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, creators and stars of Comedy Central’s “Broad City,” are this week’s crushes.
If you love folklore, but you’ve always wanted more queer women of color as the heroes, make sure you check out Leia Weathington’s “The Legend of Bold Riley.”
Let’s see what questions you had for Ari Sniffles Fitz this week.
And now we figure out the cliffhanger Star Trek left me/us all with last week.
An enthralling live feed of porn search terms, anal sex positions, facts about queer relationships for non-queers and more.
Money doesn’t grow on trees, amirite? Neither do computers. Here’s how to make an aged POS feel like a present you just got yesterday.
Welcome to Saturday Morning Cartoons! Today Megan tells us a little about her hometown, Pittsburgh.
Sounds like a list but this is still a video party with a couple of webseries, some poetry, and a music video with lesbians.
“Prepare yourselves for the ferocious arguments that will take place in the comments, and the relationships that will founder on the rocks of disagreement. Today, we discuss the Moleskine notebook.”
Kate Leth, famous for her Kate or Die! comics has recently been taking on the world of comic fandom with a special series of exclusive comics for the website Comics Alliance.
(In no particular order.)
“Is all your delite and joy in whiskying and romping abroad like a Tom boy?” This post is for you.
AHHHH THERE IS SO MUCH SUSPENSE HERE AHHHHH.
Sexual satisfaction by country, projects about orgasms, trans and genderqueer porn stars, reminding people that bisexuality exists and more.
Novels in one sentence, “Hild,” libraries, queer poetry, semi-colons, classic literature reenacted by Lego, schools facing funding cuts for making students read queer literature and more.
“After flying 2,678 miles and over the Pacific Ocean, I realized that I was gonna have to rebuild my collection. But this time, it would be digital (and therefore move-proof).”
In which Andy finds the deep dark secret under Scout’s bed.
“Episode 7 might just kill us all.”