“Here are some strategies that I’ve developed in order to survive each new season of bodies doing things inside of lines.”
These women mounted movements, won awards, told important stories, and otherwise shook the sh*t out of this planet in 2015.
Britney Spears is thinking of the queer children, two trans activists in Ecuador are expecting, Bo Obama just turned 7, a bunch of high schoolers f*cking hate the Westboro Baptist Church, and I put a photo in here of Kate McKinnon dressed as Dana Scully in middle school. AND MORE!
“She has done it longer and better than any active athlete in America. She has done it all by herself. She has done it right in the middle of a perfect storm misogyny and racism. And she is showing no signs of slowing down.”
Would you like to see some abs and butts today? Well, you are in luck!
The South Carolina state Senate voted to remove the Confederate flag off capitol grounds, trans people in California can be identified with the correct gender on their death certificates, ICANN’s new proposal might make doxxing easier and more news stories!
Get in here, we’ve got a lot of World Cup to discuss
“While 13.5 million viewers tune into the Women’s World Cup for the next few weeks, watching as the global elite female soccer players battle it out for the title of “Best in the World,”the New Generation Queens practice. On a field of dry brown grass in Zanzibar, a remote island off the coast of Tanzania, they are solemn, focused, and fearless.”
Governor Cuomo issues emergency measures for nail salons, the Obama administration clarifies what birth control is covered under the Affordable Care Act, a trans woman is suing Barnes & Noble and more news stories!
You can watch women’s basketball nonstop this weekend, if you want to. What a time to be alive!
Where Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson become our favorite lesbian couple and we all get married. You’re going to need some tissues for this one. Or a blow horn.
From girl power to domestic violence, these are the ads screening during today’s big organized athletic event between two teams from I think the United States that have something in them for the rest of us. Mindy Kaling’s in one!
While it’s great that these states are granting trans students rights, Virginia and Minnesota are still putting up a lot of hurdles for potential trans athletes.
The NFL says hi to LGBT businesses, the World Cup may be like Sochi or worse, and queer women in sports continue to be ignored. Go team, go!
This documentary about 13-year-old Mo’ne Davis and her 70mph fastball will make you cry and you should definitely watch it.
The NFL has a new action plan for players who commit domestic violence, but it’s not clear how much action it really calls for.
Boxing Promoter and Manager Kellie Maloney has come out as a transgender woman, making her one of the highest profile trans people in the world of sports.
In spite of FIFA’s pledge to defend equality, to many of the countries that host it, the World Cup in and of itself is a symbol of discrimination.
President Obama is puttin’ his rainbow mardi gras beads on, Rachel Jeantel has a diploma (bitches!), and also: A BEAR IN A HAMMOCK. IMPORTANT.
In which a Miami Dolphin is fined for homophobic tweets, a gay player’s NFL jersey is a best-seller, ESPN airs a same-sex kiss and the president gives the NFL a shout-out for LGBT progress.