Author: Kara Phoebe

The Fear is Real

Before last night, the most recent horror movie I saw in theaters was Don’t Breathe. A movie that ranged from repetitive to reductive to revolting but never really reached scary. Three house robbing white kids in Detroit picked an old equally-white blind veteran as their target. The whole thing reeked of ableism and white washing, but you know, cute trade can convince a sister to do a lot.

Read More

Don’t Swear Him In (and maybe here’s how)

The Electoral College is obsolete. That sentiment has been part of my political landscape for as long as I have had any understanding of voting as an American citizen. More precisely, since I was 9 years old watching Gore with 266 electoral votes lose to Bush with 271 despite Gore having 543,895 more of the popular vote.

Read More

The Queer Style Inspirations You’re Looking For

I am an atypical fashion editor. I did not study at a merchandising or fashion institution. I have never aspired to design my own line. I seek to push media forward to embrace all the bodies and beauty I know and adore in my personal life. Here a few of my favorite artists, brands, and personalities from Instagram.

Read More

All Categories

Queer Geek!
Patreon
Jetspace Studio
Advertisements

Get Updates