Sleep is a gift. A good night’s rest heals the body and soul and is glorious. So, let’s help each other sleep, yeah? I’ll share my tips and you’ll share yours. Then maybe we can have an international spiritual slumber party, but the kind where people actually slumber.
Last night, Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson were arrested at their home. Johnson’s sister called the police after a fight between Griner and Johnson became physical.
Do you have a face? Here are some thoughts on how to take care of it.
Lord knows the messes we get ourselves into when we haven’t gotten enough sleep. If you want to know them too, they’re all revealed in this roundtable!
Compiled from the wisdom of numerous reports, online resources and experts, here are five ways that you can take care of your own health, even in the face of high risks, economic pressures and often incompetent care providers.
You can watch women’s basketball nonstop this weekend, if you want to. What a time to be alive!
From girl power to domestic violence, these are the ads screening during today’s big organized athletic event between two teams from I think the United States that have something in them for the rest of us. Mindy Kaling’s in one!
Studies like this are vital, even if they all say the same depressing thing, because they force people to confront the real impacts of biphobia and discrimination.
In the early oughts, Dr. Orly Lacham-Kaplan got pretty close to figuring out how to turn two human eggs into a baby — something a lot of lesbians want to see happen very soon. What happened?
Apps to predict when Flo visits, the painters paint the house red, when it suddenly turns to chocolate season, etc. LET’S TALK ABOUT PERIODS, Y’ALL!
The NFL says hi to LGBT businesses, the World Cup may be like Sochi or worse, and queer women in sports continue to be ignored. Go team, go!
This documentary about 13-year-old Mo’ne Davis and her 70mph fastball will make you cry and you should definitely watch it.
Goes well with Netflix marathons and pajama pants.
Yes, Virginia, there are choices beyond Diva Cups, maxipads and tampons.
The NIH has spent millions to find out why lesbians are more often overweight than straight women. But is it a matter of public health, or a product of the accepting nature of queer culture?
Recently-released survey results from the Gallup Well-Being Project spotlighted the differences between LGBT and non-LGBT men and women’s physical, social, financial, and community well-being, and they didn’t paint a pretty picture for LGBT women across geographic and demographic lines.
The cumulative effect of media coverage on pregnancy paints a pretty warped picture: that pregnant people are the number one health threat to their future children.
Lack of information makes it impossible for women and people of color today to make fully informed decisions about their health, and denies them the right to advocate for what happens to their bodies.
Boxing Promoter and Manager Kellie Maloney has come out as a transgender woman, making her one of the highest profile trans people in the world of sports.
The Fenway Report on discrimination and health amongst trans people elicited barely a yawn from much of blogosphere. If you compare the Fenway report with the recent CDC report, which asked only about sexual orientation not gender identity you’ll get a very different picture of our community’s health.