Sunday Funday Is Screaming With Joy! “Tuca & Bertie” Is Coming Back to Our Screens!

It’s Sunday! Again! Time keeps on ticking… I will be 99 years old and still never get over that. Anyway, we’re two weeks away from the greatest holiday of the year (my birthday), we’ve finally reached Gemini season, and Spring is in full bloom all over North America. I hope you’re well and are resting. I hope you feel loved and cared for. I hope you’re as ready and excited about all the good news this week as I am!


+ An intro to ball culture from the legendary MC Dashaun Wesley.

+ Young M.A gave us a new album 😭

+ Anyone else filling the void with shopping? Sur La Table is having a big ole sale.

+ And here are some house dresses for those days when you have Zoom meeting and really just cannot put on a shirt.

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+ Pride is not canceled, it’s just virtual! Autostraddle will also have some virtual Pride plans, so stay tuned!

+ Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga came through for us with the video to “Rain on Me”

+ “London’s Cell Project Space has launched Queer Correspondence, a mail-art initiative to connect queer writers, artists and photographers”

+ Times may change, but lesbians will always rock a vest.

+ What is it about queer witches and their dark counterparts?

+ Episodes for the second season of the Amazon Prime show Homecoming, starring Janelle Monáe are now available! Natalie will have her review coming your way so soon.

+ Inside the King Arthur Flour Company, and the folks fueling our bread habit!

+ The hit TV show “Smash” is inspiration for Steven Spielberg’s newest Broadway venture.

+ Microsoft’s Solitaire turns 30 this year.

+ “TUCA AND BERTIE” IS BACK Y’ALL!! 😭😭😭

+ Looking for some literary fiction with happy endings? We’ve got you covered.

+ Eva Victor is also scared of the Entertainment Weekly Pride cover.

+ If you’re looking for a new straight lady whose recipes you want to stan:


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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 305 articles for us.

10 Comments

  1. I’m a bit confused about the inclusion of the “Queer Times” article here. The article itself seemed, at best, pretty dismissive of identities that don’t fall into rigid categories. (For instance, the assertion that a woman’s feeling like “part of the family of queers and trans people” (instead of identifying as a lesbian) “looks like a barely adequate consolation prize” seems presumptuous, and it feels pretty insulting to those of us who don’t identify with a clear-cut label and love the ambiguity!) And the website where the article was published looks like it publishes some more overtly anti-LGBTQ articles. I mean, I fully respect your right to include any links you want here! I was just surprised to see this in a roundup that’s typically focused on more fun and celebratory types of articles.

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