Wounded Arrow was loved by many and will be sorely missed. Her murder is hitting the community hard. The Sioux Falls Two-Spirit group said “our hearts are broke as we will miss her very much. So again, prayers are needed. Pilamaye.”
When you’re stargazing, remember Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson’s work. Tell their stories over and over. They’ve been silenced for so long; now it’s our turn to keep them alive.
We’re making a gallery of queer kitchens because it feels good and we’re nosey about your house.
Start the year off right — by learning how to make a classic margarita recipe.
Shower beer, a tiny letter I think you’ll like, this doula drama, tarot decks, do you want to see a bunch of queer kitchens?, identity politics amen, and so much more!
“The internet kind of brought me to a space where, with able-bodied people first, I could be judged a little less.”
This month, we’re looking at your coming year in queer love: how you’ll be able to grow, where you’ll be able to heal, and where you can hold the faith and keep the dream alive. Here’s your roadmap to how to love yourself better this year, and show up for the ones you love — whether that’s your committed life partner or your an international network of queer communities.
This is the year the resistance takes shape. And for feminists looking for a roadmap, The Crunk Feminist Collection is the newly-printed guidebook that sets the path.
“But when we changed the game a little, and added just a few little things, our play soared to new mountain summits I hadn’t even known we could reach, or let alone want.”
“For all of our joint bank accounts and shared wardrobes, for all our talk of travel and home loans, of potential babies – she was right, it was just a piece of paper, easily crumpled and lost with no consequence.”
I refuse to make a New Year’s resolution. I can’t buy into that idea anymore, because I know it only sets me up for failure.
Chocolate Mousse tastes WAY better without sedatives.
Bullet journaling, Leia’s obit, bud sex, history-making women of color, Amanda Nunes and Nina Ansaroff, and more!
Some woke carols you should still know all the words to, a new ad campaign featuring trans models in Fort Lauderdale, good news for LGBTQ youth in Maine, a rabbi we can all believe in, a Mormon Tabernacle Choir member we can all believe in, and a dame we can all aspire to fall in love with. Happy Sunday Funday!
A history of pubic hair, moving on in arguments with a partner, flying with your sex toys and more.
Rural queers have a tough time retiring, Brittani Nichols on Brittani Nichols, get ready for 2017’s total solar eclipse, how about those hypercompetent teen girl antiheroes eh?, religious liberty showdowns kapow, and so very much more!
“I view polyamory as a structure that’s helpful in me decolonizing my love life and the way I view relationships. Having complete ownership of everything within the borders of my skin, and doing what I desire with it and with whom, is an incredible “fuck you” to the systems of oppression I seek to dismantle (and a fun one!).”
“In the twisting lunge, think about the line of pain this stretch brings out of your hip and low spine. Think about the fact that this is a very specific place in your body. Donald Trump might never stretch this part of his body. So how would he get the strength that this particular part of his musculature has to offer?”
As I grow more into the submissive I want to be, I grow to love myself more.