Now that we have given you a thorough, and uplifting guide to dealing with a breakup it is time to disregard all of those lessons and to instead give in to your heightened, clouded emotions and rebound!
We love a Netflix original about a bunch of bad-ass women, and Glow is our latest obsession. Showcasing a bunch of unsatisfied women in the gender roles of the 80’s wanting to break out this wrestling comedy drama is the shit.
For some first dates can be an awkward territory like going for a job interview, or being fingered by your doctor. There’s no need to let this overpower you, so we have compiled a fool proof guide to surviving the horrors that can come with this initial meeting, and shaking away the inevitable jitters.
If we’re talking about gay YouTubers, Tyler Oakley’s name is at the head of the pack. Since starting his channel in 2007, he has sky rocketed to international fame over the past decade: releasing a book, hosting his own talk show, winning numerous awards and titles, and even recording a video with First Lady, Michelle Obama herself. He is an outspoken figurehead of the LGBT community, and one of YouTube’s most successful exports.
So you’ve wasted a matter of months of your life with a guy who has now turned around out of nowhere and let you go; yes you were super high maintenance, yes you were kind of psychopathic on a number of occasions, and yes you have broken up with him quite alot while drunk on Rosé, but this is so unexpected.
Female-fronted Netflix shows are the bomb-diggity, an early noughties throwback about a savvy hustler starting her own fashion business while juggling her complicated life is honestly more than we could ask for – and we’re so greatful.
There are plenty of cases to be made for celebs in the glass closet, but the rumours of Hayden Christensen have dated back over a decade, with still little resolution.
Sometimes you find a gay movie that is so spectacular it transcends its niche market into the mainstream, heralded by applause from audiences and critics – The 10 Year Plan is not one of those movies.
We love gay YouTubers, we love drag queens, so whats better than a gay drag queen YouTuber? Jaymes Mansfield is a uber-cutesy queen with big hair, and an even bigger personality.
If you happened to have seen the seventh season of Rupauls Drag Race you’ll be quite aware that Violet Chachki does not possess a brilliant vocal range, but as the winner she needs something to sell to rake in the coin.