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Good-bye, ‘Wide Town’. Your queerness was once a present.

Thanks to Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Jonathan Van Ness’ round-the-clock Instagram stories, and ice skating demigods like Adam Rippon, queer men are having their moment in the spotlight. Queer women, meanwhile, are relying on old DVDs of The L Word and erotic fantasies of the upcoming reboot.  Sure, between The Fosters and Orange...CONTINUE READING

10 Global Girls’s Day tweets that can encourage and empower you

International Women’s Day, held every year on March 8, is a global event that honors women and pushes for equality and women’s rights. To celebrate, you’ll want to spread the word on social media about its message of justice. Whether you craft something of your own or retweet a post from a nonprofit, it’s important...CONTINUE READING

Lyft provides unfastened rides via March for Girls’s Historical past Month

For riders trying to educate themselves this International Women’s Day or Women’s History Month, Lyft is offering discount codes to visit significant monuments, museums, statues, women-owned businesses, and more. As part of Lyft’s promotion, the company is recognizing women both in history and still living and fighting for equity — no matter if through local...CONTINUE READING

Grace Jones, 70, owns the runway right through Paris Type Week

Grace Jones has never stopped being iconic. During Paris Fashion Week, Jones hit the runway to cap off Zendaya’s collection of new clothing at the Tommy Hilfiger X Zendaya TommyNow show on Saturday, looking incredible in a gold bodysuit and striped blazer. Zendaya just showed her #TommyXZendaya collection and had the one and only Grace...CONTINUE READING

nine helpful on-line sources for Nationwide Consuming Issues Consciousness Week

You may see the hashtag #NEDAwareness trending this week. The hashtag stands for National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, a movement that lasts from February 25 to March 3, which aims to combat society’s beauty standards and promote self-acceptance.  The annual initiative was created by the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), a nonprofit that offers programs...CONTINUE READING

7 girls inspiring Twitter at the Global Day of Girls and Ladies in Science

Scroll through Twitter, and you’ll see the trending hashtag #WomenInScience. February 11 is International Day of Women and Girls in Science: a time to recognize the ladies making the world a better place through science and technology.  Their success stories should really be celebrated every day, especially because science remains a male-dominated field. Less than...CONTINUE READING

Transferring to another town or nation may also be lonely. Right here are a few things that helped me cope.

The decision to move from Copenhagen to London was an easy one. I was 26, recently unemployed, and single. So when I was offered a job in a cosmopolitan city with a population twice that of my home country, I said yes without much hesitation. I didn’t know anyone there, but shaking things up was...CONTINUE READING

Distinguished anti-gay ‘conversion therapist’ printed that he’s, actually, homosexual

David Matheson has spent a large chunk of his professional life working to “cure” people of their homosexuality. Not anymore.  In a Facebook post dated Jan. 21, Matheson acknowledged that he’s a gay man. He explained that the realization struck him about a year ago, in early 2018, right around the same time he and...CONTINUE READING

The historical past at the back of the ‘bread and roses’ theme to the London Girls’s March

“The worker must have bread, but she must have roses, too.” These were the words uttered on April 2, 1911 by a young Polish-born immigrant woman at a meeting at New York’s Metropolitan Opera House.  108 years later, the words “bread and roses” are the rallying cry at Women’s March London — which organisers are...CONTINUE READING

Slack apologized for its erroneous account bans, has reactivated closed accounts

The banned Slack accounts are coming back. On Friday evening, Slack issued a mea culpa for what some were calling “discriminatory” account bans, made in an effort to comply with U.S. economic sanctions. SEE ALSO: Slack is banning users who have visited U.S.-sanctioned countries while using its app “We acknowledge that we made several mistakes...CONTINUE READING
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