I just miss doing hoodrat shit with my friends (but imagine I said that more poetically). Also, there’s some more Regina King love this week, unpacking our whorephobia, and give out your funds to help Black queer folks stay safe and housed this winter.
The deal with love spells, the importance of diplomacy, the blistering erotic potential of celibacy, sex-positive asexuality and some smut.
Because this week’s theme was holiday movies, I have fan casted Happiest Season with the Season 13 queens.
We’ve all picked up some new interest or hobby that no one else shares. That won’t stop us from talking about it.
JoJo Siwa, the 17-year-old sensation of Dance Moms fame, just broke the Internet.
Plus updates on Dickinson, Nancy Drew, FBI: Most Wanted, and Legacies.
“Carol, if you are reading this… call me.”
What if you don’t like receiving oral sex, but want to? What if you canNOT get your new crush/person out of your head, but need to focus on work? What to do if you’re longing for queer chosen family, but don’t feel like you’ve gotten there, and more!
Trauma takes our power away and makes us feel like we don’t call the shots in our own lives — but we do. Here are some of the trauma therapies that can help, and how to feel out which one(s) might be right for you.
Also, trans men on competing in school sports, those Helen Keller conspiracy theories are ableist, even more love for Amanda Gorman, and yes — helping you afford the therapy you need.
“Today is one of those days I wish I had photoshop skills, because I bet photoshopping that Bernie Sanders meme into famous gay tv scenes would be hilarious.” (And dear reader, it was.)
Sometimes it takes an outside perspective and an objective read on what’s going on to tell whether it’s healthiest to separate — which is why our team is here to tell you from experience when it’s time to go.
Drama for Archie and Veronica; trauma for Cheryl and Toni; murder mystery for Jughead and Betty. Just some classic Riverdale romance in the air!
“I’m throwing them a few bones of facts and things to know. But I’m also calling them to a higher order. Luring them in with the pussy and then challenging them with postcolonial theory.”
“As a broody, miserable bastard, I’ve obviously spent some time pondering past relationship failures and wondering what a functional relationship would look like for myself in the future.”
How are you supposed to end things with somebody you’re seeing casually or have more of, idk, “a thing” with? Well, no one really has that figured out, but here are some ideas for how to break things off with the person you’re seeing casually based on the nature and length of your relationship.
Buffy turns 40, will Ginger Gonzaga play Hellcat in the new She-Hulk?, how LGBTQ+ rep will change under Biden’s presidency, why everyone is singing sea chanties, and more!
A quick look at Psychology Today lists dozens of modalities, filled with acronyms and industry jargon. So, to help guide you even more – and to help you feel more secure in interviewing a therapist – here’s the first in a series of breakdowns to help you Choose Your Own (Therapy) Adventure. Today we’ll look at some of the most well-known and popular therapies: CBT, and its offshoots, ACT, and DBT.
This helpful graphic explainer from A. Andrews is a great illustration of what living safely during COVID-19 in Minneapolis (where I also live!) looks like right now; here are some guidelines for making plans for yourself and loved ones to stay as safe as possible where you are.
Sarah Paulson’s sweet birthday message to Holland Taylor that you simply MUST read to believe, Janet Mock and Indya Moore are legends supporting legends, and Niecy Nash continues the Auntie Agenda apace.
If casual dating is a thing you want, you can do it! I believe in you / us / our ability to not get married on the third date.