Sew up an A-Camp craft right in your own home!
I gathered some links for you, weirdly enough, and then I put them in a post! This is that post. Are you ready?
What I’m getting at here is that staying grounded (even though it sounds like an oxymoron) gives you the ability to move.
So far away! Courtney Trouble gets blunt about LDRs.
It’s truly magical when you can find a novel with lesbian or bisexual or queer characters that speaks to you and tells a damn good story.
This week: girls, girls, girls! Including Teddy Geiger looking like a snack, Nancy Drew’s gay best friend, some thoughts on motherhood, and lesbian Jesus delivering an iOS memo.
Body hair, meditating and better sex, kink is not abuse, how sex can be magic and more.
Crying is good for you, and don’t work too hard.
These biscuits are for everyone who wants to make them using regular old All Purpose Flour and not end up with something totally underwhelming that feels like biting into a hockey puck.
Plus updates on: Imposters, Into the Badlands, Timeless, Westworld, Grey’s Anatomy, and Coronation Street!
Hurry, you only have two days to enter to win!
Whether after moving to a new place, switching apartments in the same city, or finding the community you’d been searching for, what made you realize you’d arrived?
In the grand scheme of things, we’re really all just here for Cate Blanchett’s boobs.
Topics include Renting a Family, Easy Rider & Alice’s Restaurant, alcoholism, an imposter!, eating disorders, Brad Renfro, Facebook, Bad TV, Janelle Monae and so much more!
The inspiration for fandroids who will be screaming their lungs out at a Janelle Monáe concert this summer.
Cool it down, horse domestication, that story about the crabs that has ruined my life (!!), baseball, Jasika Nicole, a thing about the south, free speech and racism, abortion is a human right, and so much more!
Merlin’s Beard, Jam City! Way to take all the magic out of Hogwarts!
“I’m going to make a shirt that says Rachel Is Right or maybe Listen to Rachel.”
Cheryl Blossom is a bow-wielding superhero, and the Black Hood reveals himself, and a million other things happen!
“The aim of the project is to make legible memories, histories and moments of queerness that would otherwise disappear.”