Sunday Funday Is Beat For the Gods With Laverne Cox

Hello, sweet bales of orchard grass!

It’s been feeling like spring in New York lately with temps in the 50s and 60s (Fahrenheit), which is very odd because it’s February and we’re usually still under a foot of snow. I’m not complaining, though the growing fear of global warming eliminating our entire planet is occupying the back of my mind. LALALA ANYWAY, there’s sun! And I found a cute little ladybug in the house! And we opened the windows one day! And I haven’t had to wear a jacket! It’s not the worst!

How’s your weather? Either way, I hope you’re getting some fresh air from time-to-time! The Earth is dying, so you should get it while it’s good! Soak it all in!


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Laverne Cox Fan Club & Appreciation Society

Time to call our annual meeting to order, fellow members of the Order of Laverne. Because our girl just dropped her first single and music video.

According to an interview with Out Magazine, Cox wrote the song for the ball community:

…it’s obviously a dance song. I just wanted it to be a cute song for the kids to vogue to. It really is an homage to that community, the kids who vogue, the kids who drag, the nightclub scene. Specifically the 90s — I’ve been calling it a 90s throw black bitch track. It’s really about queer club culture, drag culture, all the colloquialisms that are in it. All that lingo and language that I just love. It’s an homage to that.


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Ready Your Heart

These Photos Of Black Kids Watching ‘Black Panther’ Highlight Why This Film Was Needed. Let these photos bring love back into your heart. I’m not crying. You’re crying.

KaeLyn is a 35-year-old (femme)nist activist, word nerd, and queer mama. You can typically find her binge-watching TV, over-caffeinating herself, standing somewhere with a mic or a sign in her hand, eating carbs, or just generally doing too many things at once. She lives in Rochester, NY with her spouse, a baby T. rex, a xenophobic cat, and a rascally rabbit. You can buy her debut book, Girls Resist! A Guide to Activism, Leadership, and Starting a Revolution if you want to, if you feel like it, if that's a thing that interests you or whatever.

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  1. A lot of those pictures of the kids watching Black Panther were taken in my home theater here in Harlem; so joyous!!!! I’m kind of sad that I missed out on the energy of the opening night crowd.

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