Kyle Chandler is back in our lives and my heart couldn’t be fuller, my eyes clearer, my lions mois… you know what? I’m just real glad to see him around, y’all. - (GFY)
It pleases me to no end that Trump and his entourage may have had to wait until Larry the Cat decided he was ready to move before they could have left 10 Downing Street. - (Vox)
Prince Harry was lucky enough to avoid the Trumps for much of their brief time together, other than being required to escort
Krystle CarringtonIvanka into the Picture Gallery. - (Celebitchy)
“The Best Western is next door,” will be my new “Eat shit and die!”
ICE employees clearly don’t see migrant children as people anymore, that’s the only explanation I can think of for this. - (NBC)
A Texas teacher (who was too stupid to use Twitter) clearly didn’t see migrant children as people anymore either. Or could be that she’s just a racist asshole. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ - (Splinter)
This is love, and shut up, that’s not even me crying, so shut the hell up!
Goat yoga may be as recreationally nonsensical as ax throwing, but it makes for way cuter pictures! - (Lainey)
YES! Yes, the show is really white and yes, it’s been off the air for 15 years, but yes dammit, a little part of me still wants Monica’s apartment! I can’t help it. - (Laughing Squid)
It’s been a rotten day for great shows with small audiences. Sneaky Pete, which Dustin and I adore, has been cancelled; a favorite of Brian’s, Deadly Class, has been canned, and one of Tori’s favorite shows, Happy!, is also no more. At least we still have Dead to Me. (The Wrap)
I don’t even know where this fits in the “Pie vs. Cake” debate. I just know that it would suck! - (Dlisted)
This is fun: Our bestest friend Joanna Robinson is being interviewed by Ana Marie Cox on the site of our other bestest friend, Courtney Enlow. (SYFY FANGRRLS)
I flat-out stole this right off of GP’s Facebook page and I ain’t even care.
June is Pride Month and a good time for the cis to practice non binary pronouns. Emmalita requested Gender Queer: A Memoir by Maia Kobabe on NetGalley because she was interested in Kobabe’s experience growing up non-binary. "This graphic novel, written and drawn by Kobabe, is the secret e kept for years. It is personal and intimate. It is an invitation into Maia Kobabe’s life and a gift of understanding." Has your understanding of gender identity and sexuality evolved over time? (Cannonball Read 11)
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