Also, Sara Rodriguez makes a fist and Amber Heard makes a sandwich.
Many books that feature masculine women characters or characters on the trans masculine spectrum show sexual assault. These ones don’t.
These numbers could make a serious difference for the LGBTQ community and now we’re not gonna get ’em.
I’M RANKING BREAKFAST CEREALS IN ORDER OF LESBIANISM
NOT TWEE NORDIC LESBIANS AS MUCH AS I WOULD LIKE TO DO NOTHING BUT WRITE ON THAT TOPIC FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE
“Four-and-a-half minutes was all it took to throw me back into this huge river of feeling, and it was exhilarating and rewarding and made me feel light and warm in a place that had been cold and damp for a long time.”
Maggie and Alex are so in love not even Mon-El can ruin the swoon.
I wish someone had told me sooner that I had been seeking mastery all this time, but I wouldn’t have been ready to hear it. Until r came along.
“We really wanted to make talking about periods an enjoyable experience. Fun characters in realistic situations with cute illustrations seems like the perfect way to show some likable role models talking about their bodily functions in a positive way.”
This leather key fob is easy to make and is a perfect introduction to working with leather — it can be made in a flash once you’ve got all your tools and supplies together.
Reading for today’s dystopia, today.
Sometimes regular sex toys just aren’t big enough.
“Generally in life all I want to do is: good work for good causes with good people. I want to be a good designer, I mean truly, deeply good at my craft; everything else is semantics.”
We marathoned Season Three of “Grace and Frankie” this weekend and we know EXACTLY what’s going on here.
Well, well, well, look who’s alive: It’s Maia’s actual girlfriend, Amy!
Trini, the Mexican-American Yellow Ranger, tells her friends that she’s figuring out her sexuality and that she likes girls, and in the process she finds a family.
“Once in college I ate popcorn for seven straight meals. That’s over two days of nothing but popcorn.”
If Alice Walker once said “hard times require furious dancing,” then hard times call for reading poetry, particularly black poets. Follow zaynab’s journey in reconnecting with black poetry as a means of daily survival and understand why reading the work of black poets can enhance our collective understandings of what it means to cultivate and sustain resistance.
New cloud names, your face and the ownership thereof, Oregon resident officially genderless, disability rights in education, Claudia Jones, a quick guide to treason, Dutch kids are chill, and so very much more!
Are you considering taking a more active role in your community and in your activism? Here’s some practical tips for anyone thinking about becoming an organizer!
“Wait… where did he go?”