Wear Your Activism On Your Sleeve: Gay Rights Gear

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / May 10, 2011
I recently bought a "Some Kids R Gay. That's OK." tank top from fckh8.com and it's quickly become one of my favorite pieces of clothing. I've lost count of the friends and strangers who have asked me where I got it so they can buy one for themselves and everyone they know, which is awesome,… More »

Cat Ears That Catch Your Feelings

By: Julie Gerstein / May 10, 2011
The Japanese are constantly coming up with ingenious and totally unnecessary inventions. They even have a word for those inventions -- Chindogu. Take these sensor-oriented cat ears, which respond to human emotions. The ears perk up and down based on how you're feeling. If you're relaxed, the ears go down. If you're nervous or thrilled… More »

Buy McQueen Armadillo Shoes For $25!

By: Julie Gerstein / May 10, 2011

Quickies: Christina Aguilera Attacked On “The Voice” Set & Prince Harry’s Got A New Blonde

By: Jessica Wakeman / May 9, 2011
Christina Aguilera was attacked by the family member of a losing contestant on "The Voice," although it was only a "minimal physical attack." Still, beating up the judge? What the hell is wrong with people? [ONTD] Paris Hilton is saying bitchy things about Lindsay Lohan because what else is new? [PopEater] Wherefore art thou pants,… More »

Today’s Lady News: Tennessee Wants To Ban Teachers From Saying “Gay” Until 9th Grade

By: Jessica Wakeman / May 9, 2011
Tennessee's state legislature is noodling a "Don't Say Gay" bill that would prohibit teachers from using the word "gay" in the classroom until the 9th grade. (Yeah, seriously.) The Tennessee Senate is expected to vote on the bill this Thursday. [Queerty] Stephanie Coontz's Mother's Day piece for the New York Times op-ed page is a… More »

Vogue, In Stitches

By: Julie Gerstein / May 9, 2011
British artist Inge Jacobsen creates cross-stitched covers of Vogue with painstaking detail. Says Jacobsen, "With the over saturation of images, my practice seeks to intervene in this overwhelming consumption from the mass produced and alter it to create something unique. By using intricate and, at times, painstaking technique such as embroidery, I am disrupting the… More »