Thousands of people across the nation showed up to say that we, the people, want to see Donald’s tax returns.
We all know self-care is important, but what does that actually mean? I talked to four experts in mental and social health care to find out more about the nuts and bolts of what self-care and community care look like for queer communities.
It’s another community gallery! What were we all up to on those March Friday nights? I’ll tell you, it did involve some cute cocktails.
“It is a matter of national survival that we never get used to the president’s hair.”
“It’s not about race.”
Your next community gallery is here! Come gaze upon nearly 170 queer bedrooms of our lives, and the queers who queer them. Safe for work, more or less!
“My niece shows me her Instagram feed and I see no one like her looking back at me. The people I love have fleeting reflections in the media.”
“You keep using a weird combination of words. ‘Post’ and ‘racial’ implies that race is no longer an issue.”
My journey to self-love through the influence of Whitney Houston’s life and music.
We wanna see you in Wisconsin from May 18th-May 23rd with special guests Mara Wilson, Be Steadwell, Gaby Dunn, Brittani Nichols, Shea Diamond and Kim Milan!
Your communal photo gallery is here! Gaze upon nearly 200 queer as fuck kitchens, and the queers who queer them.
Welp. It was fun while it lasted.
We spent some time making vision boards for 2017 because we needed the therapy. And the hope.
It’s this community strength that makes me proud to be Native. It’s this show of solidarity that makes me worry less for our Water Protectors who have chosen to hold down the camps throughout the winter.
Molly went to North Carolina to expose a KKK rally disguised as a Trump victory party and found a counter protest that sent the cowards scurrying.
This is my box full of insecurities. I’m letting as many of them go as possible before 2017 because, well, you know.
Convince the privilege they’re oppressed? Check!
How the Sustainable Cycles bike collective is making menstruation products accessible and fighting stigma.
Kate McKinnon’s cold open on tonight’s Saturday Night Live wasn’t funny at all, but it was something else.
Protip: leave around the time you see clowns passed out on the floor.