HBO’s Full Bloom is a reality competition so filled with personal growth and uplifting spirits and a very ever-present essence of queerness.
This sequel to A Boy at the Edge of the World is just as gloriously delightful and brimming with the essence of life as the first in this series. I remain in awe of David Kingston Yeh’s writing.
Catching up on shows I wanted to start, and shows I’d been meaning to finally finish: Industry, Dare Me, Backyard Envy, We Are Who We Are, Fe@rless_, Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Body’, and the Blackpink Nextflix doc!
Unflinching violence, millennials with magic, Carmen Sandiego, and dog groomers galore!
A queer, trans-friendly artist who uses the prettiest colours to share art that is gender-affirming art, body positive, consent-focused, and calls for social justice activism.
Jackson and Leland’s story is basically a really funny, m/m version of Killing Eve. I will 2000% be listening to this again soon, just to laugh as openly and loudly as I did allll throughout this book.
Theo’s art radiates Trans Pride. His cheerful, colourful work is expressly and joyously queer –a true celebration of the lgbtqia+ community.
The impact that Penetration Test’s story (more specifically, its trans and HIV-positive characters) had on me is what inspired my reading life this weekend.
Better Than People is the charming, cozy, low-angst comfort read I didn’t know I needed. The anxiety rep is startlingly accurate, and Jack’s once-scorned-now-grumpy mood is relatable as heck.
Pandora has spaceships, intergalactic diplomacy, and so many action scenes with badass women in combat. They’re giving us queer rep and sex-positive vibes, and the guns go pew-pew!