Chez Chic, an upscale French restaurant in the West Village, is offering a one-of-a-kind deal for polycules this Valentine’s Day. Only relationships consisting of three or more lovers can partake of traditional French cuisine, prix fixe and all-you-can-eat.
From Maleficent to any role Vincent Price ever played, most villains are queer coded. I have always thought that is why, many assume that I am queer in some way, but I feel as if I need to come out myself. I am not queer coded, I am just a villain. I am happy that a marginalized community can connect with me, one who lives on the margins of the king’s precious society. But I hope they can accept me for who I am; an ageless, hell-bent horror.
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From catching bread in the tennis locker room to slinging philly cheese puss between Dana and Alice’s strap, the UTI’s from the L Word are vast and large, cumulating from ridiculous sex, lesbian drama, and toy swapping Tuesdays. If you’re a real carpet nibbler, you’ll easily identify all six UTI’s from The L Word.
In their petition, the butts have recounted the long, hard hours they work onset, for zero pay and with no pants-break. While their human actor counterparts receive thousands per episode, they show up in every-other-frame, for free. They also cited the long history of exploited butt labor in shows like Bridgerton, Euphoria, Oz, and more. They hope to be trailblazers for other butts to come.