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I’ve made ponzu noodles for lunch/brunch three out of four days this week and I’m here to sing the praises of my decisions. You should all make ponzu noodles for lunch/brunch. WE DESERVE TO BE HAPPY.
Queer as in F*ck You
Evangelical Group Wants Gays Removed From Anti-Lynching Bill
Ed Buck Has More Blood On His Hands
‘Surviving R. Kelly’ and the Inherent Violence of Being a Black Woman by Feminista Jones.
The Campaign for Southern Equality has released their latest
Trans in the South Guide.
What The Bisexual’s Desiree Akhavan Is Listening to Right Now
Artist Bunny Michael’s Book Is a Liberating Self-Love Journey
“I Should Hate Forever to Be a Burden to You”: Lessons in Love From Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West by Jeanna Kadlec.
‘It Has Made Me Want to Live’: Public Support for Lesbian Novelist Radclyffe Hall Over Banned Book Revealed
Man Who Attacked Lesbians at Seahawks Game Is Charged with Hate Crime
The Instagram Community That’s Decolonizing Fitness
Survey: Florida LGBTQ Students Harassed, Assaulted At School
Yet Another Anti-LGBT Gaffe: Why Are Japanese MPs So Out of Touch With Modern Society?
Marielle and Monica: The LGBT Activists Resisting Bolsonaro’s Brazil
Marielle Franco, a Brazilian LGBT and human rights activist, was killed in March 2018. Her widow, Monica Benicio, has continued her fight for better treatment of the poor, the LGBT community and black Brazilians.
The murder has still not been solved and in our documentary Marielle and Monica, as the police investigation drifts, Monica is plunged into a new crisis: the probable election of Jair Bolsonaro.
Watch the documentary below:
Saw This, Thought of You
Bernice Sandler, ‘Godmother of Title IX’ Who Championed Women’s Rights on Campus, Dies at 90
Cyntoia Brown Granted Clemency
On Being a Woman in America While Trying to Avoid Being Assaulted
Scientists Have Figured Out How Endometriosis Causes Infertility
Native American and Muslim Women Take Seats in Congress, Achieving Historic Firsts
Read this excellent piece on
The [Actual] Green Book over at Bitter Southerner.
Adoption Didn’t Solve the ‘Indian Problem’. “An author recounts how 1960s policies ripped apart families and communities, including her own.”
This almost ruined my KonMari high but I managed to hang on, just barely:
The Marie Kondo Effect Reaches Beacon’s Closet.
Here’s What “Millennial Burnout” Is Like For 16 Different People
The Eternal Treadmill of Fitness Trends: From Hot Pants to Hot Mess
‘2 Dope Queens’ Announce Four More HBO Specials
Kamala Harris Set to Toss Hat Into Presidential Ring: Sources