From no-sew options to fancy patterns, there are a lot of options.
Pop music has always been queer, meet the smart women at the Library of Congress who are archiving your dumb memes, R.O. Kwon on grieving a pandemic, and the world is hard enough — here are some hot photos to celebrate Kristen Stewart’s 30th birthday.
One patient in the study “Observation of Trends in Manic-Depressive Psychosis” by O. Spurgeon English recounted that living with bipolar disorder “is like opening all my pores on a cold day and subjecting myself to catastrophe.”
I too have felt like a catastrophe of a person, a catastrophe of a star, a catastrophe of emotions.
Making pretty, fruit-filled margaritas (and margarita-adjacent drinks) at home with the ingredients you have RIGHT NOW.
Your life is not going to feel normal. This is not normal. This is a pandemic. This is life or death. Our only tool is physical distance. We have to use it.
Tips and tricks from a therapist and multiple queer couples about how to keep your communication and boundaries strong.
I’ve heard so many times that Asian America is about being caught tragically in the space between, never fully accepted in the U.S. and too Westernized to ever be Asian. Listening to my friends, I thought there was something defiant about singing in languages that we were told would never be ours, languages that this country wanted to force us to forget.
The reason we’ve made it this far is because of you, and if we’re going to stick around — that will also be because of you.
When I told my partner I thought I needed to call the ER for a telemedicine appointment, her face was devastated but not shocked. We’d been listing off symptoms to each other for weeks — dry throats, tight chests, nausea — trying to decide if what we were experiencing was anxiety or the onset of the virus.
In New York, every time you step out your door, human interaction is offered to you. The most magical thing about New York, about “High Maintenance,” about life has suddenly become a danger.
During a time like this, the impulse to want your ex is like the impulse some may have to want their mom. It’s carnal.
We’re concerned about our health during this pandemic, and for many of us, this stress is further exacerbated by job and financial instability. It’s time to dive into ways we can combat career anxiety when it inevitably comes our way.
Samantha Irby’s got the perfect playlist for the end of the world. Also: Roxane Gay on finding power within pandemic, writing gay YA can heal your former gay teen self, and helping your dog stay sane while being stuck inside.
Self-isolation is forcing all of us to reflect. Maybe that’s not so bad.
The Public Universal Friend is just one example of how, even in the binarist West, non-binary people have always existed.
11 poems of varying lengths that you can read to your lesbian lover with that expensive wood wick candle flickering on the bedside table.
The basic mitzvah of Passover is to eat the Bread of Affliction, so let’s lean into the ancestral trauma and make our own matzo.
Happy Sunday! We’ve got so many queer clubs for you to visit in your jammies, movie news, history lessons, feminist art talks and more!
Dating in quarantine, orgies in isolation, everyone is hornier in the spring. (Usually.)
When Saturn moved into Aquarius on March 21, society began to look to the future and collective ways of thinking and living.