Also.Also.Also: Just in Case You Get Lost in the Woods and Other Stories for Your Week

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An evening roundup of links to add to your lifetime supply of links! Links for days! And nights!

Queer as in F*ck You

What Pride Means to Me: Queer Teens at NYC Pride 2018 by Eva Reign Thomas.

Queer History: Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Godmother of Rock & Roll.

Mexico’s New President (And What It Means for the Future of LGBT Rights).

Christian Group Marches in LGBT Pride Parade in Philippines With ‘I’m Sorry’ Signs.

Support Death and Bowling: a Trans for Trans (T4T) Film!

A Brief History of China’s Tomboy Heartthrobs by Yin Yijun.

Saw This, Thought of You

Resistance Is Not Futile by Maria Turner-Carney.

How Saying #MeToo Changed Their Lives, as told to Jodi Kantor.

Reflecting on the Day I Did My Best to Die, and Then Did My Best to Live by Anne Thériault.

How to Find Your Way Out of the Woods Without Tools—Or Your Phone.

How to Celebrate the 4th of July When America Is a Constant Disappointment by Leila Ettachfini.

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  1. It’s very tempting in these trying times to just walk off aimlessly into the woods. But that article did a good job convincing me not to leave the path. I will never be able to remember any of the techniques beyond Stop Moving, so I probably just shouldn’t tempt fate.

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