We have arrived at The Bold Type mid-season finale. Plus updates on: Boomerang, Twenties, and Legacies.
For ten years we’ve watched fan favorite Dr. Teddy Altman on Grey’s Anatomy. Still, there’s so much we don’t know. For starters, she’s BISEXUAL! (Bring tissues, this is one for the Grey’s weeping history books.)
Tiny sandwiches! Cookies! Cake! How to serve fancy-ish afternoon tea service from the safety and comfort of home.
This week’s Extra! Extra! considers the shocking indictment against Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro and what democratic action looks like during social distancing.
Literally why not?
“Everyone is going to want to have orgies after this.”
“I have never been as concerned about our community as I am to hear that pool sex came in 8th place instead of 1st.”
LGBTQ+ movies streaming on Hulu for all your needs related to women gazing into the eyeballs of other women!
Recovering after being ghosted, dealing with queer tokenism, knowing if you’re a top or a bottom, straight people are STILL not ok, and did that organizer ask you for an organizing coffee or a COFFEE coffee??
Y’all the world is not ending. Far from it! Black queer love is alive and thriving!! Girls are still buying girls extravagant gifts and presenting them with huge custom made bows just to say “happy birthday, boo” and we LOVE to see it!
1.4 million free books, virtual museum tours, maintaining a creative practice (but maybe not starting that coronavirus novel) and more.
It’s time we stopped telling people to “love themselves” and started demanding fat liberation at every level, in every way. Here’s how we liberate ourselves from the tyranny of diet culture, and why that matters for the betterment of our communities and our future.
Learning to swim as personal journey, how corona is affecting the WNBA, queer skating collectives and more!
We all must do the internal work of unpacking how the harms of our social structure have become internalized, have lived in our bodies, have shown in our relationships. We must allow ourselves to feel the weight of it.
One of the biggest lessons of Audre Lorde’s work is the strength of coalitional politics. I need a movement that can hold my anger. I need a movement that can hold my contradictions. I shouldn’t have to qualify my rage when speaking out about injustice.
To have this show on the air at this moment — even if Netflix had renewed the show, it likely would have debuted in January — it just felt fated. We needed this show at this moment and I was so grateful for it.
Lots of One Day at a Time convos and interviews, Love Is Blind and The Circle are coming back to Netflix, Sue Bird doesn’t give an eff if you think she’s too old for the 2021 Olympics, and The Doctor would like you to listen to science please.
Newly single? Read this first.
Gigi Gorgeous needs book recommendations and Hayley Kiyoko has some iconic lounge wear!
Fine. Everything is PERFECTLY fine.