A Brief History of My Unfortunate Attraction to Men

Despite being raised in a culture that would have me believe that there is nothing more sinful or shameful than loving someone of the same assigned gender as yourself, I have always struggled with accepting my attraction to men more than my attraction to women. After all, it is a truth universally acknowledged that men are mostly pretty bad. Not all men, they keep telling me. Then how come I still have yet to meet a single Not-All Man, huh?

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Jared Leto Did Not Pay For My Suicide Squad Ticket, But I Saw It Anyway So You Don’t Have To

Since the very first Suicide Squad trailer came out, I have harbored a terrible secret. Everyone I knew, everyone I respected and loved, spent the subsequent year laughing about how terrible this movie was going to be, how stupid each trailer was. Meanwhile, I laughed along and nodded my head but inside I thought, Was the trailer really that bad? I actually think Suicide Squad looks fun. It has been a hard year for me.

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What Jane Austen Taught Me About My Feminism

I was always a feminist. I wasn’t supposed to be one. I was raised by people who unironically use the term “feminiazi”. I was raised in a church which prohibited women from being spiritual leaders. I was never supposed to be a feminist, but I always was. Before I knew what feminism was, I was a feminist.

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Bachelorette Party: Week Six

Welcome back to Bachelorette Party, the only Bachelorette recap series you’ll ever need! Apologies for the mid-season hiatus. I have been very busy with life and such, but I am back this week to continue throwing my thoughts on the weird love lives of a bunch of strangers in your faces!

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What The LGBTQ Community Doesn’t Need From Straight Allies

In the aftermath of the devastating hate crime recently committed in Orlando, it is more important than ever that straight allies to the LGBTQ community offer their support. It is also increasingly clear to me that many, perhaps even most, straight allies are in need of some guidance on how to provide support in a respectful and effective way.

So. What do we NOT need from you right now? What do we need you to stop doing? This isn’t going to be particularly pleasant for either of us, so let’s rip this band-aid off, shall we?

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Your Weekly Horoscope (Written by Someone Who Is Very Sad and Tired)

Welcome to your weekly SuperGlooze horoscope! Wow, things are Not Great here in the United States right now. I am sure that you, like me, are feeling devastated and powerless in response to the many recent violent tragedies. It’s important for us to remember our strengths in these times and how we can do the most good.

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