- Felted angel wing backpack, in case you’ve always wanted to be one of the Weeping Angels for Hallowe’en.
- Recommendations for Polyamory in Fiction – a fantastic place to start for anyone doing reader’s advisory in alternative sexuality/alternative relationship styles, or if you’re interested in learning more. Includes triads and Poly V relationships only1 .
Stacy London, Aging, and Style: Her Story – I’ve been a fan of Stacy London’s since I first saw her on “What Not to Wear”, though sometimes it felt like the rules passed on to contestants rigidly enforced a New York sense of style. London now admits that the style rules she put forth as a 32 year old aren’t sustainable once you reach a certain age, and I found that candour refreshing. I still want to perform (through a queer femme lens) but it’s a challenge when you’re managing chronic illnesses, thinning hair, and other signs of aging.
Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah’s Brief but Spectacular take on fearless black art and being true to yourself.
- I often sing the “Woe is me, I’m eternally dateless” song2, so it was refreshing to read Allison P. Davis’ What I Learned Tindering My Way Across Europe. Maybe I should renew my passport and buy a Eurail pass.
Tweet of the Week
Today I stole a white man's cab right as he was about to get in and yelled REPARATIONS like I was cartoon villain throwing down a smoke bomb
— Heben Nigatu (@heavenrants) September 10, 2016
- A song that takes on a melancholy, minor key when you’re a black woman – https://blog.okcupid.com/index.php/your-race-affects-whether-people-write-you-back/ ↩