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Oh, I know I have it better than a lot of would-be comics buyers, and that’s what worries me. I’ve had it with the self-appointed gatekeepers in comics. 

[insert literary reference]: Why Do Men Keep Putting Me in the Girlfriend-Zone?

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You know how it is, right, ladies? You know a guy for a while. You hang out with him. You do fun things with him—play video games, watch movies, go hiking, go to concerts. You invite him to your parties. You listen to his problems. You do all this because you think he wants to be your friend.

But…

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#1 Must Have: A Blog to Celebrate Queer Culture

When A. Slaven was growing up in rural Ohio, she didn’t identify as anything but a weirdo. “There was so little context for being a queer person in the place where I’m from,” she says. “I didn’t even think about it. I just always felt very different.” It was only when she left the sticks for college in a nearby city — and developed her first reciprocated girlcrush — that she realized there was a name for the way she felt: Queer. Suddenly life was less lonely. 

Now 33 and living in Seattle, Slaven is a librarian by day and club promoter by night. Along with her creative partner, lawyer/photographer Adrien Leavitt, she’s the brains behind #1 Must Have — a blog (named for the Sleater-Kinney song) and photozine documenting queer culture. For the last year, the two friends have been posting  color portraits of the Seattle queer community — sans captions. The point is to show how queer people of all ages live. We caught up with Slaven as she prepared for the project’s New York gallery debut, at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.

Why start a zine about queer culture?

Part of why we started doing it is that the It Gets Better Project got so popular. We don’t think that you should just suck it up in high school and wait. We wanted to represent taking charge, empowering yourself, not just waiting it out and hoping that some day we can adopt a kid and shop at Whole Foods. 

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The door would be open if the Republicans do a terrible job as they have been doing in choosing the wrong person. The door would absolutely be open.

- Donald Trump on the hopeful possibility of a late run for president

NPR, You're On My List.

Your “objective” political coverage continues to irritate me, NPR. "The biggest problem facing the nation: the massive public debt."  

I remember the good old days when, you know, actual economists were in the debate and pointing out that government deficit spending during periods of slow (or negative) economic growth was actually, and historically, good policy.

This isn’t an objective, or even factual statement, and is more of the “Democrats-Say-It’s-A-Dog and Republicans-Say-It’s-A-Cat so NPR-Isn’t-Even-Going-To-Bother-Taking-A-Look-To-Report-It’s-Obviously-A-Hippo” mentality that courses through their political reporting.

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What time was Elizabeth Warren supposed to leave? We’re not completely sure, but she seems pretty angry about being held up by GOP Rep. Patrick McHenry (on top of having the meeting rescheduled repeatedly). Warren, the Harvard professor helping to launch the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for Obama, faced a tough line of questions from Republicans on the House Oversight subcommittee — questions which showed they didn’t even seem to know basic facts. It got so bad that Democratic Rep. John Yarmuth had to say this in her defense: ”The questioning of your veracity when there is documented evidence that you are being totally truthful indicates to me that this hearing is all about impugning you because people are afraid of you.” Word on the street is that Warren may take on Scott Brown in his upcoming Senate race, which is a stupid idea because Brown is a moderate Democrat in every respect but party affiliation. source

The Onion’s $8 billion AbortionPlex is causing some great reactions.

The Onion’s $8 billion AbortionPlex is causing some great reactions.

We HAVE a plan. It’s called Medicare.

- Nancy Pelosi

The Center for Disease Control takes on zombies!

The Center for Disease Control takes on zombies!