We’re all busy. We’re all on and offline, with news whizzing by us from our friends, our family, and news organizations desperate to get your click. It’s easy to miss pertinent stories and, sometimes, you ended up feeling your own corner of the Internet so much that you never get to hear about anything else. How do you keep a balance?
Who says being gay isn’t something like Maybelline? Maybe your born with it, maybe you’re just a product of society: it’s all the same thing. You are gay and, regardless of that chicken or egg, you still gay. Continue reading “Gotta Have The Genes To Be Gay”
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I can’t stop thinking about guns. I can’t stop thinking about how much I hate them and how much I hate anyone who is supportive of them. It’s a problem. It isn’t cute anymore nor is it funny. Guns are a big fucking problem in the United States, one that is both killing our country and killing our reputation of being both a civil and forward thinking nation. Guns have quickly turned us terrible.
Like any election, the 2016 election is fascinating and exciting because it makes you want to move out of the country since everyone involved is a fucking insane person who could potentially ruin your life as a president. Democracy inaction action in Democracy! This go around is particularly fascinating because everything feels like it is in ruins. We are staring into a dark hole of red, white, and blue that may potentially darken to a gray nothing.
I admit that I am not a devotee to Kanye Kardashian’s music. He is one of the best entertainers in the world right now, if not the best, a person firing on all cylinders at all times even though it may border on mental issues. Continue reading “Your Shoes Are Ugly, Kanye.”
I think I have only visited the website Nasty Gal once as a dare (and once because I had to hyperlink it here) but I’ve always fostered many “I am very curious about you!” feelings toward the brand’s young, my-age-but-not-my-tax-bracket leader Sophia Amoruso. Continue reading “I Guess She Ain’t Nasty Enough: Nasty Gal CEO Sophia Amoruso Steps Down”
When someone wrongs the LGBTQ community, we create an image of them, light it on fire, and dance as the queer flames engulf them for they are of the old flesh. It happens all the time, from Salvation Army to TLC, Ted Cruz to The Queen. If one of the most powerful women in the world—one who shares the name with one of the gayest bands of all time—isn’t infallible then let this be a lesson to you: don’t fuck us. (Or, more accurately, don’t fuck with us or we’ll talk about you unfavorably behind your back and maybe to your face.)