The Comment Awards Are As Gay As Velma

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Hi there, fruits! Do you need some Fall Milo today? I thought you might!

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This week, Carmen watched Hocus Pocus 2, which was…fine, but can’t hold a black flame to the original.

Reine #39 was a love letter to that perfect queer tool, the humble carabiner.

I know which Lesbian Sweeps kiss you are! Some of these took me WAY back.

Katie read The Future Is Disabled, and you should too.

For Horror Is So Gay, Valerie Anne revisited the scary movie sleepover!

I love this: I’m Qualified To Make You a Love Songs Playlist Because I Was Mildly Famous on 8tracks.

And speaking of books worth your time, Malinda Lo’s latest, A Scatter of Light, shined brilliantly for shea.

Shelli Nicole helped out a reader who is struggling through a REAL mess of a dating…situationship.

Roses are red, violets are blue, Velma is gay in the new Scooby Doo!

For The Gay B C’s of Sex, Ro’s got all your info on tribbing.

And Nico interviewed our very own Managing Editor, Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya, ahead of the release of her queer horror novelette Helen House!

And then there were your comments!


On Reine #39: Carabiner – A Love Letter:

The Swiss Army Could Never Award to Calli:

My carabiner not only has all my keys, work IDs, and earbuds, it also has a built-in phone charger. Truly a modern survival tool.

On AM/PM: Skincare For The New Mama & All Day Minimalist:

The Me Time Award to Katie:

I empathize with so much of this as a mom to a 10-month old. Though, I feel like I took the “little did I know how much more exhausted I would be as a new mom!” feeling and went shit I need something that makes me take 5 minutes every day just for me. Having never had a skincare routine in my life I’ve found it very peaceful and honestly it’s slowly gotten more complex as I’ve learned more about my skin and learned how nice it is to indulge a little bit sometimes.

On Quiz: Which Sweeps Week Lesbian Kiss Are You?

The Folklore Award to Zephr:

Now I want to wear the blue sweater while living a cottage core life with the woman in the orange turtleneck. Why does she stare into my soul like that?!

On How to DIY an “A League of Their Own” Halloween Costume:

The Listen Up, Fruits Award to Hannah K:

YESSS it’s weirdly so hard to find ALOTO uniforms that are the new series version, not the old movie version!! This bothered me so much I actually made my own. My hat/jerseys/shirts are pretty high up in several of the Etsy searches you linked above :) I strongly support doing it however the hell you want, but if anyone’s specifically wanting the 2022 designs, or just wanting to buy from a fellow ‘straddler, this is me.

On You Need Help: Is She in a Bad Place or Is She a Bad Person?

The This Is How You Lose Her Award to Liz:

This is all really great advice and this letter sounds like an example of,”how you get them is how you lose them.” Boundary setting and an increase in respect for both yourself (you don’t deserve her terrible behavior) and others (her ex didn’t deserve your terrible behavior either) would be tremendously beneficial.

On Jinkies! Velma’s Actually Gay in “Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!”

The More of Us Than You’d Think Award to Caitlin:

great day for all of us whose first foray into cosplay was wearing an atrocious tangerine turtleneck for half of second grade and saying jinkies a lot!

On No Filter: Queen Latifah Profiling Keke Palmer for the Time 100 List? Uh, Yes Please!

The Aunties Award to herekitty:

Nicey!!!! I love it when the aunties tell us to “write that down”.

And on Diane Guerrero Is Exploring Her Sexuality, Possibility of Queer Communal Living:

The Out of This World Award to Sonya:

Thank you for sharing this article! Always love to make a list, I counted 14 but it depends how we count: Lea Delaria Samira Wiley Taylor Schilling Taryn Manning Laverne Cox Jackie Cruz Dale Soules Ruby Rose Abigail Savage Emily Tarver Asia Kate Dillon Vicci Martinez Diane Guererro Danielle Brooks – I’m not sure if she was actually out



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Darcy

Darcy, a.k.a. Queer Girl, is your number one fan. She's a fat feminist from California who doodles hearts in the corners of her Gay Agenda. They're living through a pandemic, they're on Twitter, and they think you should drink more water! She also wants to make you laugh.

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