Anton Hysén is the second professional footballer to come out in the history of professional soccer. The first died of suicide in 1998. Here’s how by coming out, Hysén is helping us change the world.
I’ve been going to Planned Parenthood for thirteen years, which is probably my longest relationship with anything, ever. I’m not ready to give that up — and you shouldn’t be, either.
“Nowhere in the Magazine’s definition of “health” is there room for real strength, unless it’s a quarter page of lip service paid to a female body builder who is, I don’t know, sharing her tips for avoiding breakfast pastry cravings and fitting in her workouts between dates and shoe shopping.”
In the fourth quarter, a kicker will make downs, passes, field goals and other scoring situations and I will eat a nacho and drink a beer, and at some point GLEE will be on. Right?
Healthcare reform goes to Washington! Because a judge in Florida ruled it unconstitutional, and you know what that means.
Rite-Aid ate my heart. Also part of my head for real. It’s time for a beauty bar / medicine cabinet overshare and open thread!
In which we try to understand what is going on with healthcare/Obamacare/caring in general, and conclude that it is generally advisable to make sure we take our multivitamins and wash our hands frequently.
“When you’re feeling shy, it’s easy to think that everyone else is a total master of social interaction whose life is basically a neverending parade of back-slapping and bonhomie. But, about 40% of people say they’re shy.”
You spend way more time thinking about eating than you do thinking about eating her out.
Belmont University soccer coach Lisa Howe had to resign because she told her team she was a lesbian. Then the students revolted. Then the donors revolted. Then the government revolted. REVOLT NASHVILLE REVOLT!
A university women’s soccer coach had to resign because her partner’s pregnant and the world is messed up. Mostly because nobody passed ENDA this year like they were supposed to.
FEELINGS. We have them. You have them. We often need to talk about them, with a professional. Here’s how you can, too.
In support of World AIDS Day tomorrow, Borders is donating up to 25% of all online and in-store purchases to Lifebeat (Music Fights HIV). It’s a good excuse to get your holiday gift shopping done early this year.
In which we revolutionize the way you menstruate and, happiest of all, STICK IT TO THE MAN!
Jess chats with “Thintervention” co-trainer Craig Ramsay about separatism in the gay community, the dirt on Jackie Warner and his transition from Broadway star to celebrity fitness trainer.
If Lindsay Lohan is the ‘most pathetic person alive’ then I must come in at a close second. After all, I’ve been in and out of rehab twice as many times. And the way the media is talking about Lohan is really pissing me off.
An article about one woman’s experience of the aftermath of rape sheds light on a problem on college campuses nationwide. Plus, does prom even matter, Ellen maybe ruined AI, people who shop at Whole Foods are thin because they have money, and watch the trailer for Kiana Firouz’s controversial movie.
It’s hard out there for a sexually active lesbo — how do you get the safe sex info you need when you’re afraid of the gyno and lesbians are ignored in sex ed? WELL WE’VE GOT A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE. Also; a cartoonist. Really you have to see the cartoons.
Today, the WNBA kicks off its 14th season and last year’s champion Phoenix Mercury are already ahead of the game. Do you like girls? You should probably start watching. Also, Condi Rice wrote a whole article for the Daily Beast about how much she loves the WNBA.
Gays are doing really f*cking awesome in sports! That’s f*cking great! Also, new photography of queer teens, new Gaga leaks, Lindsay wants to do another movie, students are banding together for someone who’s not even really their teacher yet, and we made you a really f*cking fantastic list of books! Read them!