With several planets traveling through Taurus this month, we’re attuned to a slower pace and a sweeter sense of life.
Good coffee for lazy people. accomplishing things while you’re depressed, putting the duvet cover on your comforter, and more.
Non-monogamy gets bigger than ever, everything you’ve always wanted to know about fish orgies, what to say if someone might be flirting with you and more.
“I decided to only visit tables with at least one woman behind them. It’s such a low bar; it cut out a lot of tables.”
“Wait, where’s the little monster? It’s usually here by now making me panic or cry or something.”
Jeanette Winterson and personal growth, weeding out books and library collections, whether or not copy editing is dead and more.
The stories of 10 American women who fundamentally altered history simply by showing up and working like hell — in their own words.
A handy list of some of the Eisner-nomiated comics I think you’d enjoy!
The first time you sleep over, cognitive similarities between kink and meditation, how rejecting trans women’s sexuality comes from rejecting any women’s sexuality, sex toys and industrial design, and more.
Exactly what it says on the box. Fallen London has an iOS app. It’s also pretty gay. Let’s play.
“…now that you’re all settled, you guys gonna get that cat you’ve been talking about?”
“I think a lot of us [queers] have turned to art as a place to find meaning and access other realms. Art explains the unexplainable and gives us a space to explore the mysteries we are so fascinated by.”
When I think about life underground, I find myself nerdily enthralled with the idea of handling the logistics for such a huge endeavor.
Butterfly brain? Too many ideas? Here’s a quick tarot spread you can do to figure out what to focus on, what to ditch, and what to put on the back-burner for tomorrow.
A dispatch from Coachella about Kirsten Stewart and Soko, Hari Nef wants to talk about hair removal, Jiz Lee on a car and Ellen Page is on a road trip.
ChaosLife is a hilarious, beautifully drawn, super well-written comic that touches on so many things that queer people (and cat owners) experience on a daily basis. I love this comic and I know you will too!
Crystal healing for your crotch, coming out as poly (and a petition for a more inclusive relationship status on Facebook), Rule 34 in the tube site world, and more.
UC Davis wants the internet to forget about its campus officers pepper-spraying students, and is willing to pay a lot of money to make it happen. What does that mean for the ethics of our online — and offline — lives?
What they don’t tell you when they tell stories.
Weird books, subscription libraries, how to learn to like poetry, books and food and more.