Who is She? (Gloria) The way I see it, if you have a face, you’re going to have lots of feelings about it — and the point is to learn how to be comfortable and familiar with all the feels.” Easier said than done.
#IAmTiffany. A Response To Transphobia And Hate In The Track And Field World (Love Training More)
The Terminally Online Version Of New York Magazine’s Etiquette Rules (BuzzFeed News) // No more than two food photos at the table. Brunch is nice, but there’s no way it’s nicer than two photos. // Liking a post while deep in the archive happens. But you need to get out of there fast.
Creed III: Tessa Thompson Talks Going To Couples Therapy With Michael B. Jordan (Refinery29)
(image: Portraits famous photographers have taken of their partners: Annie Leibovitz’ partner, Susan Sontag)
In university, I screen-printed t-shirts with words often said during class critiques. I then used a shopping mall photobooth to document my project (it was 1999, pre-phone selfies) and put the photos into a handbound book.
Having a BFA is wild. But what’s crazier is I think this shirt is more relevant than ever.
OMG, I am becoming REDUNDANT! I am in my mid-forties, a mother of a teenager, and physically/mentally slowing down, so when I read about AI and its ability to do my job, I spiral.
Should I print more t-shirts and sell them?
Is anyone else feeling somewhat obsolete these days?
New York Times stories on trans youth slammed by writers — including some of its own (NPR)
A child’s death prompts questions about brake safety on e-bikes — Legally, almost anyone can ride an e-bike. “There is currently no federal law or guideline regarding the appropriate minimum age” for e-biking (The Washington Post) – Research, shop smart (like not on amazon), research!
Keanu Reeves’s Film Contract Bans AI and Deepfake Technology (PetaPixel)
The plan was to make this until Miles, the dog, ate the avocado. (Kitchn)
That she had the interview take place in the middle of the night makes me love her even more (Vogue)
I have been listening to the Everything is Fine podcast: The conversation from 30:00 mins on is really good, and here are a few grabs that stuck/hurt hard: The one thing women, pretty much everyone, but women our age especially should and can do for our health is connection connection connection … it’s so interesting because you get lonely in middle age sometimes in a way you’ve never been lonely before … I’m also in the most thankless and isolating part of parenting in some ways … the fucking parenting itself is emotionally taxing and thankless … you’re kind of stacked up at this age...
In an age where camera phones are ubiquitous and the lure of internet popularity is a chronic condition, everything — and everyone — is content. (BuzzFeed)
Nikki Hiltz is on fire and I am here for it. This and this! I am able show up as myself and be seen because of the many non-binary folks who have paved the way for me. So grateful for my entire trans family 🏳️⚧️ we are here, we are queer, and we are in every single space 🌈
Is blogging back? Join the I Hate Reels team and down with the terrible META algorithm.
Many of the world’s best athletes are women. And many of the world’s sporting records are held by women. But due to human bias, our search engines have learnt to prioritise sportsmen in our search results, even when the facts put sportswomen first.
Why so many who took part in the Great Resignation have regrets (Fast Company)
Gym and Peloton selfies dominate social media, but fitness may be less accessible than ever – “We haven’t kept up with creating green spaces or lighting streets well, and making it accessible for people to [exercise].” (CBC)
Butt Out, Baby!Before you roll your eyes, give this podcast a chance. It’s a super in-depth-deep-dive of the movie Dirty Dancing scene by scene, and I’m here for it!!! I have always said this movie is so much more than a silly summer romance with amazing music, an envious wardrobe, and the love of every 80’s girl’s life, Johnny.
Okay, So James Cameron’s Scientific “Titanic” Door Study Proved It’s Possible That Jack Could’ve Survived After All (Dilisted)
The Fleishman Effect: Is all this really worth it? Am I spending these years, maybe the best years, focused on the right things? When does it get easier? Or as Libby put it, “How did I get here?” (The Cut)