Hi there, kittens. Here’s you weekly batch of goodness, take some time to rest today if you can. Let’s all meet back here tomorrow for a proper catch up, eh? Love you all, truly.
How NOT to be an ass in the time of COVID-19.
Surely these people have assistants who will take their phones away!
Here’s a way to “go outside” even if you’re not able to at the moment – responsible social distancing, people!
At a loss of what to cook? Bon Appetit is here to help.
OH LOOK, MORE PROOF THAT WE CAN HAVE AN EFFECT IF WE PUT OUR MINDS TO IT. I’ll be the first to admit that the petri dish is not exactly ideal, but as a forced experiment it is telling.
“For me, the idea that my role in this situation largely consists of staying home as much as possible seems on its face to be egregiously fortunate…And more than simply being a luxury, it’s more than that: It’s a duty.”
In case you’re in need of a disco-y bop, Childish Gambino has got you.
More solidarity. This is going to get worse before it gets better.
As for the rest of you, stop doing brand adjustments and start paying people living wages with sick benefits.
The left gets accused (sometimes rightly) of virtue signalling, but we need to have a real investigation into the defiance signalling of the right. Whether it’s guns, anti-science or any other thing, the fact that we have allowed one of these things (an over abundance of caution or self righteousness to the point of ridiculousness) to be seen as equivalent evil to its counterpart (an overabundance of contempt to the point of public endangerment) is ludicrous. One of these things is annoying. The other is dangerous.
We stan a maximalist queen.
Never have we all been so obsessed with hand sanitizer, and Vanity Fair knows what #content we want right now.
Ah yes, Leyendecker and his impossibly beautiful men. We heteros aren’t immune.
I would very much like to be a part of this trend.