Plus, what’s happening on “Almost Family”?? And updates on “Legacies.”
Maybe the seventh and last season will finally answer the question that’s been keeping me up at night: Are Grace and Frankie ever going to say they’re actually gay for each other or what?!
Your therapist will probably never tell you the intricate personal details of what their work with you sets off in them, but please don’t doubt that we learn just as much about what it means to be a human by working with you.
Have you ever asked your best friend to take photos of you naked in a bubble bath drinking wine and eating donuts as a fun vacation activity? Just wondering.
Topics include Geocities, e-books, the politics of mental health, podcast passivity, Mount Everest’s social climber, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, filming/staging sex scenes and more!
“…Everyone is happy and has regular and satisfying tent sex.”
Commit to your life, babe. Start today.
Good Trouble is back with a visit from Judicorn, and Callie finally feels like Callie again!
All the best weddings have an important thing in common: they manage to capture the spirit of the couple; they paint everyone who loves and cares for them in the softest, most generous light possible.
I asked our team to share what they read when they have had quite the fuck enough of this absolute shit.
Gay sex in great literature, healing from ancestral trauma, Zora Neal Hurston’s legacy, and more.
I’m not sure I am any of the things that the aunties here tell me I am: Good. Hindu. Girl. I’m not sure about a lot of things these days. But I’ve found a way to care for myself that keeps me alive.
Whitney Houston will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Megan Rapinoe will keep protesting no matter what the Olympics say, your Thinx underwear may be toxic (I’m sorry!), and more news for the end of your week.
With polling showing four candidates — Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren — within five points of each other in Iowa, last night’s debate offered candidates their last, best shot at separating themselves from the pack.
The Crisis concludes with some Sara-centric shenanigans and the return of Alex and Dreamer.
Having an hour a week devoted to being listened to can lend itself to a misdirection of feelings. It’s easy to dismiss this as a harmless crush, but it can easily spiral out into an obsession that takes away from the real work that needs to be done.
I rest my case.
Not for the faint of heart, the following spreads are for when you need brutally honest advice, a reminder of the shit you already know, or a powerful truth to break you out of that denial.
ODAAT is coming back without its theme song, Edie Falco’s Los Angeles police chief is a lesbian in Tommy, trailers for Shrill and Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Chi, more love for the women of Pose, and it’s time to vote in The Brittani’s.
Leisha Hailey paints, Samira Wiley looks incredible in hoodies and Hayley Kiyoko had a new music video out!