feature image via Taylor Hatmaker for Autostraddle
Ahoy! We’re back from A-Camp and mostly back from the Post-Camp Brain Melt, which comes for us all. It’s nearly JUNE and my mom is in town because my oldest kid is GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL this week and I am a MESS and every other word/thought truly is in ALL CAPS and I had a CINNABON for BREAKFAST. So much, y’all! So much.
I hope your last few days of May are just enough. Happy Monday!
Queer as in F*ck You
+ Support Hot & Bothered! “A fast-paced satirical comedy that follows the lives of two sarcastic stoner twenty year olds who get in over their heads when they create the “Grindr” for lesbians.”
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+ How [STRAIGHT] People Decide Whether To Have Children. MAN ALIVE I WISH THEY’D EVEN ACKNOWLEDGED QUEER PEOPLE but it’s cool, it’s cool, what the entire fuck ever.
+ If Every Day Is A Rainy Day, What Am I Saving For? by Samantha Irby.
+ Every Spotify Session Should Be A “Private Session”. I just passionately agree with this.
+ What Would Happen If You Ate Nothing But Potatoes. Callout post.
+ 13 Latinx Podcasts That Should Be On Your Radar including Radio Menea with Verónica Bayetti Flores and Miriam Zoila Pérez.
+ Printable Graduation Stickers. Don’t know a graduate this year? Maybe you graduated from the weekend. Good for you!
A Whole New Jupiter — Early science results from NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter portray the largest planet in our solar system as a complex, gigantic, turbulent world, with Earth-sized polar cyclones, plunging storm systems that travel deep into the heart of the gas giant, and a mammoth, lumpy magnetic field that may indicate it was generated closer to the planet’s surface than previously thought. This image shows Jupiter’s south pole, as seen by NASA’s Juno spacecraft from an altitude of 32,000 miles (52,000 kilometers). The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometers) in diameter. Multiple images taken with the JunoCam instrument on three separate orbits were combined to show all areas in daylight, enhanced color, and stereographic projection. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Betsy Asher Hall/Gervasio Robles #nasagoddard #space #Jupiter #science