COMEDY IS SELF-CARE
It has come time to debut a revised edition of our very successful original list.
These comics and graphic novels make women’s friendships the focus.
Like last time, as we proceed in the comments, remember the severity or levity of your hypotheticals might feed the power a person has over you. Tread carefully, and let’s have fun.
It was hard enough to be black during this time, let alone black and queer, but these musicians did it and they made awesome music!
“Bing bing, bong bong, bing bing bing.”
Tater tots! Determining your immigration status! Secret CIA tape for your mail! And more!
Combat the doldrums by painting tiny people and buildings!
“It’s one of the hardest things most of us, as a community, will ever have to do and has the capacity to irrevocably change our lives… for better or worse.”
We have so much to lose.
Obviously real-life immigrants and refugees are way more important than fictional ones ever will be, but here are some characters you can read about if you want to see stories about immigrants and refugees who are kicking bad guys’ butts.
Actions to take from beyond US borders to oppose Trump and the rise of fascism globally.
If you’re having trouble shaking the feeling that all of your media feeds are one giant grief orgy, try changing the pace of what you take in. Not even the content, necessarily — just the rate. Podcasts are an easy way to do that: 30 to 60 minutes later, you’re done, informed, and ready to fight your next battle.
I’ve got some good news for Grace and good news for you: not all comics are about Batman!
If the hat fits, wear it.
Online therapy, figuring out whether your plant is dead, tax prep, sending faxes and more!
Every song on this playlist is a little push forward for you, reminding you that you are perfect just as you are. Now go out there and live loud just like a musical theatre enthusiast should!
In honor of all the other crips I saw in the streets on the Women’s March on Washington, of every disabled woman who’s had it with lip service and wants to make sure this movement belongs to all of us, here are ten more who are already preparing the way.
The music you listen to in your teen years mixes with your hormones and emotions and overwhelms you and permanently molds you. You make mix tapes, you go to shows, you buy band t-shirts and posters, you get ill advised tattoos. It’s a lot of fun.
Spend an evening with a good book and a paddle.