“Words like fat need to be rescued from the tyranny of hate.”
Forget Rick Steves. Make and share your own personalized travel guide with this handy little app.
“Wow that show looks intense.”
You go, Jessica Williams, you go.
Watch “Las Marthas” tonight, a documentary exploring the intersections of race and class of a complex tradition held in border town in Texas.
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!
“Together, the images and texts unpack the complex, multivalent story of this contested region, shining a harsh light on Vladimir Putin’s claim that, ‘The Olympic family is going to feel at home in Sochi..’”
Dallas sports broadcasting giant Dale Hansen spoke boldly for acceptance of Michael Sam on his popular show.
God, DeAnne. You just get me.
Valentine’s Day e-cards that are as lesbian as you are.
To celebrate her new book coming out, Janet Mock has put together a tumblr where people from all around the world can go and share how they are #RedefiningRealness.
Now I have visions of Bey and Angel Haze brunching together and Instagramming it.
The White House is taking to social media (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and Google+ hangout) so Americans can ask questions to dozens of White House officials.
Uprising of Love and It Gets Better just held a live Google hangout including Fallon Fox, Kye Allums and more on transgender equality in sports, the media and schools.
“Have we ever been on a plane, train or bridge while saying or thinking the word Muhammad?”
“World Sport Presents: Journey of the Gay Athlete” focuses on out athletes Brittney Griner, American soccer player, Robbie Rogers, and New Zealand Olympic speed skater, Blake Skjellerup and is on CNN International this weekend.
Gillian Jacobs and Tig Notaro are four inches from kissing for three minutes in a funny new interview series on EW.
No Look Pass, a documentary about Emily Tay living a double life at Harvard University and striving to play professional basketball in Germany while coming out as a lesbian, is now available on iTunes.
It’s “make videos of queer girls covering songs from the early 2000s that will make you feel nostalgic and angsty” week for the people of Billboard Magazine!
Yes, you DO want to watch this live stream of adoptable cats running around in holiday sweaters, I know you do.