Okay, so you have a pen and paper and some feelings. Now what?
Being alone isn’t the same as being lonely. These songs understand.
Vanessa and Grace think that it’s important to learn to be happy by yourself, so they made you a zine to help explain what they mean and why. Happy alone time-ing!
Featuring Taylor and Cee dressed up like boy scouts! Yes, really.
“I’m still not sure how any of it happens.”
Are all camp-related words fun to say? Maybe.
Mel won the Kipper Clothiers campership this time around, and you’ll know why when you see her amazing style. A third-time camper and longtime reader, she talks about Toronto, working at a hotel, her Filipino family, and (duh) A-Camp.
Sideways oxen, promiscuous Protestants, Susan Sontag and now us.
Say hi to Brooklyn – she’s a campership winner Texan trans* girl who spoke openly and honestly about her unsupportive family, being homeless and the importance of having a loving community to fall back on.
The only Camping Wisdom I have acquired is that rocky riverbeds make terrible beds and chopping wood’s hard. Oh, and marshmallows need to be toasted and consumed in large quantities.
The Kink Panel wanted to give you guys all the resources so you can follow along at home.
“It can be hard to even get started, because the best way to learn how to write is to read, and by definition your choices are pretty limited when it comes to personal writing. But hey, there’s still been some amazing personal writing whose authors have deemed it fit for public consumption”
After reading this post please be sure to invite us to all the perfect tea parties you host in the future, okay?
Intern Geneva made four perfect stencils for you to cover yourself with after you go through the easier-said-than-done process of spray-painting them onto your old favorite shirts!
Tiny little mountains to snuggle on or off the mountain.
Today on the mountain we’re playing the Pure Poetry Challenge. Here’s the ten poems we’ll be paying homage to, all by pure poets.
Ah, the power of buying alcohol in a large group of queermos – if you haven’t done it before, you should probably do it now. Why? Because you can get really amazing bottles to try that might be out of your budget otherwise and you’ll be trying those bottles in really excellent company.
Camp is family, after all.
You, too, can put together your own bead sprites in the shape of 1-up mushrooms, Pokémon and the TARDIS. Gather up your geeks and go.
Introverts! We’ve everywhere. Here are some of our most loved, fictional and real.
If one of your plants dies on you, why not recycle it as a warning to others?