"When I’m alone, and the world feels like it’s ending, for whom do I do service?"
Is there enough room to practice compassion at the same time that we notice we’re being manipulated and dehumanized? How much of our own humanity is taken away from us when we don’t allow ourselves the emotional space to practice love in any circumstance?
The comics industry is filled with a lot of trouble and, frankly, a lot of pretty terrible people. But it's also filled with a lot of wonderful, generous and kind-hearted creators. This is just one example of that truth.
It goes like thisThe fourth, the fifthThe minor fall, the major liftYes, you’ve watched it already. Probably more than once. Possibly more than a dozen times. Possibly even more than me. Yet with each watching there is something so at once wrenching and healing about this. Show More Summary
Yesterday, Christian blogger and memoirist Glennon Doyle Melton announced via Twitter and Facebook that she and Abby Wambach are in love.
Let's all help each other and ourselves this week.
Listen as you build your movements, clarify your priorities, and fight for that future so many of us thought was already here.
Practically perfect in every way.
Trump's presidency is a an all-out war on minorities. We can't let ourselves get lulled into complacency because he blurted out "I'm fine with marriage equality" in one interview.
How the Sustainable Cycles bike collective is making menstruation products accessible and fighting stigma.
This link roundup did not come to fuck around.
Let's start a discussion about what we can do as activists, right now in this moment, in the wake of the apocalypse/election.
This photo of Hillary Clinton on a quiet hike was the balm my soul needed last week. By now you probably already heard the story of how a woman went for a walk with her daughter in the woods and ran into Hillary and Bill doing the exact same thing with their dogs. Show More Summary
Victorian ideas about sex, cranberry juice and UTIs, whether it's time to have sex or not right now and more.
This week fcking sucked. Here's some levity, some light, some love, and some puppies to make it all better for a minute.
Kate McKinnon's cold open on tonight's Saturday Night Live wasn't funny at all, but it was something else.
How to use the technology of recurring monthly payments to build a subscription service to all the rights they're gonna try to take from us.
Luisa gets a storyline with Rogelio, Pippy and TMI go dancing, Maggie hosts Sapphic Shabbat, and Stef wonders what Betty and Tara are getting up to.
Catch up with bisexual badass Sara Lance in the '80s, and the badass women of Arrow in the right nows.