All the things.

HEY GIRL HEY. So, I got a haircut and some saucy highlights and I am wearing a pony-print shirt, but the real news here is that we're taking a break from travel posts (yes, AGAIN) for some super gay PSAs. Are you ready? Get ready. Pride month may be over but that doesn't mean we just stop being fabulous and service-y. Get your clipboards out!

Sometimes in life - especially if you are young, or fresh out of the closet, or just discovering being femme - you want to ask an older, wiser, sager person questions. Like a lesbian big sister, but with the anonymity and instant gratification of the interwebs. Enter QueerGirlQuestions, an inspiration/advice blog for queer and questioning girls. Not only does it create a safe space for the above, it hopes these thought provoking questions help readers meet the challenge to live each day to the fullest.

If you happen to be the (not necessarily) older, wiser, sager type, you can also submit answers to the questions! Something for everyone! It's also very much worth mentioning that the lovely gal running QGQ holds a bona fide Masters in Counseling Psychology, so there!

Did you know that you can watch over 2,000 documentaries for free online at SnagFilms? I didn't, either, until someone from the company contacted me to tell me about a film called Red Without Blue. It's the story of a pair of identical gay twins where one transitions from male to female. I haven't watched it yet, but it'll definitely go into the queue.

It's worth a poke around to see what other LGBT documentaries they've got up their sleeve!

I love Cuba.

I love lesbians.

I love Cuban lesbians.


Autostraddle said it best: "Inspired by her lifelong passion for the classic, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf, Albelo’s semi-autobiographical film centers on the day after a filmmaker’s (Albelo, playing herself) 40th birthday, realizing she’s sacrificed her love life for her film career, decides to embark on an all-female adaptation of the classic."

The name of the adaptation? What else, kittens?!

There are only a few days left to help them raise funds - they are so close - and who wouldn't want to support an all lesbian, female adaptation of 'Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?', featuring hot femmes "swishing around in beautiful clothes". Guess what else I love? HOT FEMMES! SWISHING! BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES! I think most of you do, too. If you can, give 'em a boost through or repost this to your sexy lesbotron network to help get the word out!

This concludes today's announcements. Let's move on to this outfit. The blouse and watch are from Asos, the shorts are from H&M, and the shoes are Dolce Vita. The ring is vintage and from Pretty Penny in Oakland, and the gold bracelet is from Lori's Shoes. The necklace fucking kills me it is so badass and I got it from the Sunday UpMarket in London. I have the information for the girl who makes them somewhere but if I may be frank, I haven't actually fully unpacked yet, so I promise you'll see a lot more of it and I WILL post the info soon soon soon. I HAVE TO GO NOW. I'm so sorry, I'm laughing so hard I might puke because the tomboy found Julie Goldman on the tele.