Trader Jose’s Butternut Squash Harvest Chili and Cheddar Buttermilk Biscuits for dinner! With a cold beer, if I’m lucky.
Queer as in F*ck You
Ghana’s President Calls for Tolerance as Parliament Considers Anti-LGBTQ Law (and related, Natalie found this: Republican Backers Ghostwrote a Bill That Would Punish Homosexuality With Death in Ghana)
These Nonbinary Patients Were Seeking Trans Health Care. But in a Binary System, They Felt ‘Invalidated.’ by Andréa Becker for The Lily
Saw This, Thought of You
Listen my friends, I’m just here to report the “news” about a dark satire television show about “news reporting” starring pretty much every one of America’s favorite white women actors over 50, but please do know this was a hot topic today in the Autostraddle office slack with many opinions — Julianna Margulies on Criticism Around Her Playing a Gay Anchor in ‘The Morning Show’: “We’re All Making Assumptions”
(Not to self-plug our own shit here, but we’re doing gay Morning Show recaps written by noted expert Christina Tucker and you could be reading those if you enjoy thirsting at women in business wear, just saying)
Vogue’s ’73 Questions’ Is in Her Flop Era. Once upon time, those Vogue 73 questions videos were my 3am insomnia binge of choice, so count me intrigued…
I Used Facebook Without the Algorithm, and You Can Too. And while we’re here: How Facebook Fails 90 Percent of Its Users, “Internal documents show the company routinely placing public-relations, profit, and regulatory concerns over user welfare. And if you think it’s bad here, look beyond the U.S.”
Ro thinks you would like to know that this seemingly… flirty? business is what perennial 90s crush Alicia Silverstone is up to these days
💋💋💋 @Jasmine Poulton
Katie Couric Is Not for Everyone. Am interested in Catie Kuric? No, not necessarily. Is watching the self-implosion of the press tour surrounding her new memoir a bit like gawking at a car crash on the freeway where you can’t turn away? Yes, yes it is. And no one has captured that sensation more than forever favorite writer Rebecca Traister for The Cut.
A Record Number of Black Women Are Expected to Run In 2022. “No Black woman has ever been elected governor, and no Black women currently serve in the U.S. Senate. But some candidates are hoping to change that.”