The Sunday Funday Is Dreaming of Being on Mount Feelings with a Load of Beautiful Queers

Hello all you beautiful queers! Everyone with any sense is on a beautiful mountain right now so here I am, brave little toaster intern Raquel, sacrificing so that you all have a wonderful Sunday Funday!

Oxford University Hires A Female Chancellor For the First Time in 785 Years

Louise Richardson, badass

image via telegraph.co.uk

Boy, that is the definition of overdue. Her name is Louise Richardson and she’s a badass:

“I look forward to the day when a woman being appointed isn’t in itself news. Unfortunately, academia like most professions is pyramid-shaped—the higher up you go the fewer women there are.”

Manabi Bandopadhyay is India’s First Trans School Principal

Congratulations to her and her students at Krishnagar Women’s College in West Bengal!

The Bisexual Book Awards Just Gave Us Our Summer Reading List

They will announce the winners sometime very soon, and the finalists look like a bunch of all-stars.

Now I Really Regret My Choice of The Lyrics to “Time Of Your Life (Good Riddance)”

  This Squirrel is Living His Best Life

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Raquel is a Brazilian-American designer and writer. She's from Austin, TX but she lives in Washington, D.C., and she's mostly ok with that. She’s fluent in emoji, gets emotional about fonts, and is always down to photoshop something weird. Find her at basically all hours on twitter @raqueldesigns and occasionally around the rest of the internet.

Raquel has written 23 articles for us.

12 Comments

  1. Thank you, intern Raquel! :D
    The squirrels in my city are so spoiled – I once saw one running up a tree with a whole donut in its mouth on my college campus. Kinda sad, since they probably couldn’t function very well in the wild. But I guess the reality is that these squirrels will always live in the city – at least there’s lots of urban parks for them to play in.

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