Good morning, poppyseeds! The sky is grey and the rain is falling softly and here in California, that’s a very good thing. Wishing you the precious smell of rain today!
This week, Em knows which Great British Bake-Off recipe
you are! I mean which recipe you should make!
Carmen reviewed Debbie Millman’s Why Design Matters and proclaimed it pure lesbian brilliance! What more could one want out of a book?
Kayla knows the saddest songs EVER, at least if you’re a Cancer.
What do you do when your industry is inescapably sexist? Himani’s got some helpful thoughts in You Need Help.
Gillian Anderson plays very-much-in-love-with-a-woman Eleanor Roosevelt in Showtime’s new miniseries The First Lady, and we are ready for it! (Heather notes in her review that when Associated Press reporter Lorena Hickok met Eleanor at the Democratic convention in 1932, she wired her boss to say “This dame has enormous dignity,” a sentence from which I fear my swooning heart shall never, ever recover.)
For the Red Flag series, Chinelo wrote about combative communicators.
Want to read something bisexual this month? Casey’s got you covered! I personally LOVED Who is Vera Kelly?
And then there were your comments!
The Teatime Award to Deli Twotone:
The Friendship is Magic Award to shura:
The Buried the Lede Award to caitrw:
The Dolphins and Unicorns and Glitter, Oh My Award to anna:
The FBI Basement to First Lady Pipeline Award to :):
The Works Like a Charm and Made Me Gay Award to Dani Z:
And the Stop Calling Me Warren Award to Not hanson:
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