Hey, happy Sunday! Happy Mother’s Day to you if you’re a mom, and happy Mother’s Day to your mom if you love her, and happy Mother’s day to Anya Marie Monts, my cat, and baby mama. Let’s get some good news in our systems!!
+ German officials are banning conversion therapy for kids!
+ We might not be able to go out for Pride, but New Balance has still got us covered for some Pride merch with their new sneakers!
+ Every single Brooklyn Nine-Nine cold open.
+ “The Grammy Museum has partnered with Producer Entertainment Group’s Digital Drag Fest to host Writing With Pride, a day of panels in performances in celebration of LGBTQ+ songwriters and performers.”
+ If you need some good Black vibes to get you through this Sunday, check out Jill Scott and Erykah Badu’s “battle” on IG, which is much less a battle and more a vibe session.
+ Southern LGBTQ history is being honored by the SAA.
The Society of American Archivists, located in Chicago, said in a statement it is presenting is Archival Innovator Award to the Invisible Histories Project. The Birmingham-based nonprofit has been collecting and archiving material about the gay and lesbian community in the South since 2016.
+ Your sex worker friends are also funnier-than-you comedians!
+ Lebanese LGBTQ folks are standing up for their rights.
+ Noah Carlos on queerness and motherly love.
+ A tribute to Little Richard’s queer triumph.
+ Pop music-loving gays, Ariana and Justin came to your rescue! And the video features tons of cute queers!
+ What does “hood feminism” mean now?
+ So, you started making sourdough and now don’t know what to do with the three different jars of starter in your fridge.
I CANNOT WAIT to get into this Hood Feminism during a Pandemic interview, love Mikki Kendall. Thanks Al!
The Erykah & Jill Verzuz was truly a display of sisterhood, black love, and black culture. Egos checked at the door. Total adoration for each other’s art.
You can’t watch from the link you provided. Below is the stream on Youtube.