Sunday Funday Is Obsessed With Roxane Gay and Debbie Millman’s Love

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Hey friendly queers, I’m currently making my dreams come true at A-Camp (did you sing that?). In addition to spending my birthday surrounded by my best friends, I just finished watching Roxane Gay and Debbie Millman talk to each other for over an hour—where Debbie said she wanted us to write about them more— a bunch of queers are watching Gentleman Jack on a hill right now, we celebrated Juneteenth early, and I got to hear Laneia read words out loud yesterday. I am floating right now and I never wanna leave. I love this space.

+ Dr. Lizz Rubin, who we have always known to be a sex toy expert, is now published in Obstetrics and Gynecology, making her an official expert to the entire world.

+ Yee haw, a queer country playlist!

+ Peak Lesbian culture according to Buzzfeed.

+ “Stephe Koontz, who serves on the Doraville City Council, will receive the 2019 Allen Thornell Political Advancement Award from Georgia Equality.”

+ The Tony Awards are today!!

+ The NY State Capitol raised the Pride flag for quite literally the first time ever!!

+ In an attempt to get your vote as Mommi in Chief, Kristen Gillibrand served drinks at an Iowa gay bar. Cute! I love Pride Month Pandering!

+ The New Yorker Radio Hour Podcast takes on Stonewall at 50.

+ Maybe the film Late Night is a feminist dream?!

+ Wow look at the intergenerational bonding sitch happening in this very cute Pride video:

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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 330 articles for us.


  1. Proposed addition to anyone’s Queer Country playlist: “It Was” by Chely Wright. 100% more love song per love song.

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