“My name is Mae, today’s my first day.”
How to take perfect naked selfies, why people like masochism, how much sex (some) people are having, seeing the same faces on dating apps over and over and more.
LEARN FROM MY MISTAKES.
I know I’ve left behind ghosts.
Plus some new scenes from OITNB’s new season, Carrie Fisher’s last Star Wars cover shoot, Ellen’s first standup special in 15 years, Wynonna Earp key art, Queen Sugar’s second season trailer and more!
Ugh. I’m moving. Here’s a monkey wrench.
Meme historians, the necessary fragility of feminism and radical politics, poetry a fatal, first-person queer writing as a way to shift power and more.
Could you please turn down — and I use this term very loosely — “your” music?
What do you do when your apartment is boxes? Throw Gayme Night in a bar instead!
The Adipositivity Project, accessing your own pleasure, how to bring up safer sex, how to get over sex-related hang-ups, new theories on oxytocin in relationships, lots of nipples, and more.
These games were low or no-cost investments for me that have yielded hours of forgetting exactly how bad things are right now.
“And how are you tonight?”
Plus: Lena Waithe opens up about her Master of None coming out episode, Arrested Development is coming back again, the first trailer for Battle of the Sexes, and more info on Aubrey Plaza’s new movie.
I’d like to think that all of us are exactly where we’re supposed to be right now, doing exactly what we’re supposed to be doing. And if what’s required of you right now is to look at gifs of dancing robots, so be it.
It’s been one of those days where everyone seems to stare.
Being friends with anyone, taking action on typos in your books, negotiating down debt, houses for owls and more!
What type of love addict are you? How one woman’s disability impacted her queer dating life, popular sex toys by state, challenging fatphobia and more.
Three more apps made for the Resistance as we continue to rail against the corrupt white nationalist regime that has taken hold in the U.S.
A visual interpretation of a poem by Li Bai.
Fat women deserve space in fairytales, magic vs math, why calling it “confessional writing” is sexist and more.