The Rumblr’s in-house astrologer, Madame Clairevoyant, presents her latest dispatch from the stars:
Sagittarius: If you’ve been struggling, if things have all been a little strange, the pieces are going to fall back into place this week. Your brain can make sense again; your world can become whole. This is a week for live in green summer brightness; this is a week for living in warm summer air. This is a week for seeing yourself in the streets and the clouds and the trees, it’s a week for recognizing your own face in the mirror again. You can return to yourself. You can find your way. You can feel at home.
Today’s image was made specially for Madame Clairevoyant by Jen May.
you probably underestimate how much i live through my horoscopes.
My new song inspired by The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is here! This book means so much to me.
If you’d like to download the song, it is now available on iTunes and bandcamp.
Watch this! Then share the heck out of it! Lauren is the best.
this song is making me cry and I am writing about it in real time because I know this book is a romance but it’s also about all loves and I am so goddamn grateful that I also got a glorious and fucking difficult and formative and enduring infinity within the numbered days of my mother’s life.
thank you Lauren Fairweather, and thank you John Green. and most of all, infinite thanks to you, mom.
"Strong is the New Pretty" is a new photo series by Kate Parker which shows her two daughters and their friends "just as they are: loud, athletic, fearless, messy, joyous, frustrated. I wanted to celebrate them, just as they are, and show them that is enough. Being pretty or perfect is not important. Being who they are is."
Ah I’m so happy/honored to have written this, and also happy and thankful that my editor is a boss lady who worked me me on re-editing it to adjust exclusionary terminology. TV truly does care about the queer community that it fosters.
"Build a mythology around your life where you are your own hero."
even though I’m circa three years older than her, Arabelle’s “consider me your queer big sister!” still made me fluttery and warm.
on the other hand, I am giving Teen Vogue a strong side-eye for that ridiculous photo