Sunday Funday And King Princess Are Cheap Queens

Hello my babies, hello my darlings, hello my ragtime girls. Yes, the three genders: babies, darlings, and ragtime girls. Tag yourself: I’m darling. This morning I am wearing faded jeans with holes in the knees as I sing in the choir and The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church is there. You know, the smiley guy who preached at Meghan Markle’s wedding?? I’m very embarrassed lol, but as soon as I stopped working in the service industry I threw out all black pants. So here we are. You live and you learn! How are you? Packed for camp yet? I’m not! I leave at 7 am! I, and I really mean this, love how reckless and fun I feel during Gemini season!!!


+ Meet The Advocate‘s 104 Champions of Pride.

+ Queer California: Untold Stories at the Oakland Museum of California spotlights lesbian artists’ central role in the state’s queer history.

+ Charli XCX and Christine and the Queens premiered their new collab during a recent concert. 

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+ How to get Anne Lister’s signature hairstyle.

+ Our very own Kayla on TV’s queer renaissance.

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+ 14 fabulous moments from the 2019 Queers and Comics conference in comic form

+ Los Angeles-based Boone, a “queer, funk, rock, dominatrix band,” will take the stage Saturday night at Laguna Beach’s Main Street Bar to help celebrate the city’s LGBTQ Pride weekend.

+ “Three Chicago artists are hoping to create conversation about the LGBTQ community across the city, one mural at a time.”

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+ LET’S GO LESBIANS, LET’S GO!! *clap, clap,clap*

+ These two rising nonbinary stars are here for the revolution!

+ There are multiple shows and exhibits about the history of Pride in NYC for you to check out right now!

+ King Princess is a “Cheap Queen” in her newest single

+ Where to cop your very own jumpsuit a la Booksmart.

+ Happy Pride: conversion therapy is now ILLEGAL in Colorado!


Ok have a happy Sunday, I’m gonna try not to stress sweat anymore than I already am and finish start packing. LOVE YOUUUUU. Also happy birthday to me. 🎉

Ari is a 20-something artist and educator. They are a mom to two cats, they love domesticity, ritual, and porch time. They have studied, loved, and learned in CT, Greensboro, NC, and ATX.

Ari has written 306 articles for us.

15 Comments

  1. can vouch for the Queer California museum exhibit’s excellence; there is also a mega-sized board game (the board is a giant rug) called D.Y.K.E., or Do You Know Enough!!!!
    (alsooooo if you have a library card in the Bay Area, you can probably get in for $5 with a Discover and Go pass!)

  2. Was your birthday yesterday? I hope you had a nice time :)

    My hair is too short for it but I feel like the Anne Lister haircut would be a great one for someone who’s butch who wants to signal that she’s butch without cutting her hair.

    I’m growing with Anne. She’s a complicated figure. Hard to either dislike or like completely and with such a strong personality/impact that it’s impossible to feel meh about her.

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