Vimeo’s in on pride too.

Vimeo’s in on pride too.

I love Tumblr. And it makes me happy that Tumblr loves me back.

“Dangerous villains are ones who know how to make friends, how to add value to an organization, how to be respectable and likable people—all while working toward evil ends. Sci-fi nerds are familiar with this concept. The creators of the new Battlestar Galactica understood that Cylons are scarier when they look like your lover, your adviser, your best friend than when they look like gun-toting killer robots. The creators of Invasion of the Body Snatchers and They Live understood that monsters are most frightening when they wear the skins of beautiful people.”

Meg Allen’s photos of butches in SF. Such beautiful photos.

I’m generally pretty skeptical of Google as a company and a “force for good” in the world, but every once in a while, they do something that makes me really proud.

Life partners need not be narrowly defined; they can be exes, children, best friends or lovers.

A nice article from Maria Bello, yes her

“I know that scares the living shit out of you, patriarchy, because if more women break free of the tight, predictable boxes and define success on their own terms, regardless of your assessment of their gender presentation, something really crazy might happen! You know, like a world in which you, too, might have the opportunity to notice that, regardless of her haircut or costume or gender presentation, Rachel Maddow always has been, and always will be, smokin’ hot.”
“"It blows me away when I turn on her show and I see her in a vest and tie, dancing with housewives from Ohio, and she loves them and they love her. It’s wonderful," Halem says.”

How Ellen DeGeneres Helped Change The Conversation About Gays : NPR

I’ve always said that if it were not for Ellen, my life would be extremely different. This article sums up Ellen’s contributions to LGBT acceptance quite nicely, and shows how Ellen has been been a victim of society’s homophobia, but also a force for change.