This year we got a lot of additions to our lesbian media library, but holiday classics are a tough nut to crack.
The holidays can be hard, but Celeste and their mom always figure it out.
This child wouldn’t allow me to draw in peace unless I was drawing dinosaurs. It’s fine — I’ll just say something queer and relatable.
“Drama! Exciting secrets! Rumors! The GOOD stuff!!”
I have this reoccurring dream, where I run into my grandma while taking a walk. I’m missing the reunions we could have had this year, and looking at this separateness with bitter-sweet intention.
“ARE YOU F*CKING WITH ME AGAIN???”
When you’re working from home on EXPERT MODE, you have lots of time to chat with your co-workers.
“We honor all the trans folk who paved the way for us, and all the trans folk who died because they didn’t have the safety they deserved.”
“I’m sorry. The last four years have just… destroyed my optimism.”
“Doesn’t that show go against all your values — as queers, as feminists, as people with taste?”
“Safe spaces were never granted to the marginalized. There’s no freedom without fighting.”
Y’Know what I miss? Crying in public. A human emotion, shared with fellow humans.
Your first ever socially distanced Halloween party is in the works!
One can never be too careful in 2020…
Letting go of certain past memories is bittersweet, comical, and inevitable all at the same time.
“I know y’all not in here watching Blue’s Clues like it’s porn. Bunch of weirdos.”
Purging your phone, this tangible object that we are so connected to, could inspire you to do the same in other parts of your life.
I need a distraction from the thing that’s distracting me.
“I don’t know. I can’t keep up with all the rules and definitions and the gatekeep-iness.”
Sometimes you just need to call your friends, breath together, and feel all the feels. Maya may not always be the best listener, but after a hard week, Max and Maya have a heart to heart.
When we’re open to it, giving ourselves honest space to roleplay can be pretty powerful stuff.