Also.Also.Also: Last Link Roundup of Decade! Let’s Party!

Laneia’s taking a well-deserved break and she’s entrusted me with the keys to the kingdom for a little while.

Since this is the last Also.Also.Also of 2019, I wanted to pause for a second and wish you a Happy New Year. I’m not sure where we landed on the queer nickname for the new year — 20Plenty? 20twenT? — but whatever it’s called, we want to spend it with you. However you ring in the new year, be safe, and we’ll see you back here in 2020.

Queer as in F*ck You

Living as Myself, at Last

Asia’s first LGBT-focused streaming service tackles taboos

Study: Transgender Children Recognize Their Authentic Gender At Early Age, Just Like Other Kids

Activist who raised awareness about transphobia murdered in Toronto

Meet the lesbian chef creating gourmet meals & delivering them to sex workers

The internet made trans people visible. It also left them more vulnerable.


Saw This, Thought of You

Christina Koch breaks record for longest spaceflight by a woman

Mona Eltahawy Would Like You to Fuck Right Off With Your Civility Politics

Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart would like to talk about freezing their eggs


Political Snacks

Rep. John Lewis to undergo treatment for stage 4 pancreatic cancer

Anguish and Anger From the Navy SEALs Who Turned In Edward Gallagher

The Campaign Against ‘Medicare For All’ Is Spending Millions. Progressives Not So Much.

Remember when we had a president that reads?: Barack Obama Shared All His Favorite Books, Movies, and TV Shows From 2019

Relatedly: So Did Barack Obama Watch the Fleabag Episode Where She Masturbates to His Speech?


A black biracial, bisexual girl raised in the South, working hard to restore North Carolina's good name. Lover of sports, politics, good TV and Sonia Sotomayor. Spends her Thursday nights trying to make #Shonday happen.

Natalie has written 130 articles for us.

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