Radio stations often award donors with household items emblazoned with their logo, both as a gesture of gratitude for new and upgrading members and a source of word-of-mouth advertising. The gifts range from coffee mugs to umbrellas, but the most popular item remains the canvas tote bag.
Like many queers, Aimee believes that to be queer is inherently political. But like many queers, she is chronically late. This is a trend anthropologist Justin Gorfman has studied in recent years: “Gay people are ready to fight for what they believe in, but like in 5 minutes,” they wrote, apologizing for only responding after a third request for comment.
As winter begins in New York City, queers across the area are retiring their autumn layers. Alas— flannel season is ending. Stowing faithful fall flannels is a bummer, but on the bright side, winter is the perfect time to whip out a flannel. Here are a few of our favorite winter flannels to replace out-of-season flannel styles.
In the battle against climate change, individual actions often feel futile–unless you are local lesbian Nat Elm and her ginormous water bottle. Using a seemingly bottomless 64 oz water bottle, Elm was able to turn back the tide of a devastating drought that was poised to decimate local ecosystems.
Friends and family of Joy Bannister and Trish Rook are delighted that the two ladies, both 61, finally pushed their beds together in the Denver, CO condo they’ve shared for 22 years. Bannister and Rook have been devoted roommates for as long as friends and relatives can remember.