Queer Fashion - Best Sports Bras So You Feel Like Yourself

From flattening to high impact sports bras, find the perfect fit for you - right here

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When it comes to breasticles, some of us are blessed with more real estate than we need - or want.

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It's Non-Binary Week, dedicated to those who don't fit within the traditional gender binary.

This week in mid-July has been defined as "a week by, for, and about non-binary people," dedicated to uplifting and celebrating them. It's an extension of Non-Binary People's Day, typically celebrated on July 14.

Though genders outside of the male-female binary have existed in a number of ancient cultures, terms like "non-binary" and "genderqueer" were first used in the 1990s. Since then, many people have come out as non-binary — whatever that means for them. Some non-binary people still use the pronouns they were assigned at birth, while others might prefer "they/them" or other neutral pronouns.

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Do Harry Potter TV Rumors Contain Hidden Depths?

Are the rumors being denied by HBO and Warner Bros. executives actually strategic leaks?

The internet was abuzz Monday morning with rumors that Warner Bros. was in talks with HBO Max to develop a Harry Potter series for the streaming service.

With an incredibly expensive Lord of the Rings show in development with Amazon and HBO already working on their Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon already in the works, it's not a stretch to imagine that Harry Potter would have its own contender in the field. Maybe it will adapt the prequel story that fan's developed — following James and Lily Potter's courtship, along with the tormenting of young Severus Snape?

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Is Grimes Just as Dumb About COVID as Elon Musk?

She says she "finally got COVID," and is "enjoying the Dayquil fever dream."

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Elon Musk is a moron.

He's a man whose forward-thinking ambition combined with his unusual access to resources has propelled him to unimaginable levels of wealth. He's also a man with notable talents in the fields of technology, business management, and (especially) self-promotion.

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"Juno" Star Elliot Page Thanks His Fans for Their Support

"I want to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot."

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Academy Award-nominated actor Elliot Page wants to thank his fans for supporting him after he came out as transgender.

"From the bottom of my heart, thank you. Your love and support has been the greatest gift," Page wrote in a recent post after a slew of fans and fellow celebrity actors expressed their support. "Stay safe. Be there for each other. If you are able, support @transanta and @translifeline. See you in 2021. Xoxo Elliot."

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“Big Mouth’s” New Trans Character Is Fine, and That’s a Huge Deal

Warning / Spoilers ahead for Big Mouth Season 4.

Natalie is introduced by a character who looks like and is voiced by HBO's John Oliver to a group of boys and the audience. She has shoulder-length hair and wears a red v-neck t-shirt, lime green shorts, blue sneakers and carries a turquoise backpack on one shoulder.


The new season of Big Mouth had been out only a few hours when I first received a clip through the trans IG DM whisper network.

I tensed up, as I usually do when a trans character appears in a show created by cis people. It's an involuntary response conditioned during a lifetime of Dallas Buyers Clubs and South Parks and Law and Orders. So you can imagine my surprise at finding the clip to be, well, fine.

In it, a new character, Natalie, recounts her backstory to one of the main characters of the show, Jessi. The show neither shies away from the uniquely painful way puberty often affects transgender people nor falls into tropes such as the "wrong body" narrative. The backstory even includes the concomitant struggle with one's own sexuality that often muddies struggles with gender.

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