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10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 27 February – 4 March 2016

10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 27 February – 4 March 2016

These garlic buns? A top ten offline thing I loved this week.

These garlic buns? A top ten offline thing I loved this week.

  1. Canada's First Nations have taken their right to water and sanitation to the United Nations hearings in Geneva.
  2. Charlize Theron wants you to take the compliment, bitch.
  3. John Hofsess helped eight people die, and he tells us why just before he helps himself.
  4. "Price of Intimacy" ties up sex and disability and intimacy and prostitution in a way that invites compassion rather than controversy.
  5. One of the fallouts of homophobia is that men in our culture have been largely robbed of healthy touch.
  6. Sometimes well-intentioned people behave counterproductively, and here's how to stop being that person.
  7. The idea of American authoritarianism might help to explain Trump's number of supporters.
  8. I find these ornate skeletons from Rome's catacombs both gorgeous and unsettling.
  9. This poet's mission to end queer homelessness is beautiful.
  10. We recently came into possession of a Slap Chop. Surely, you must remember Vince.
65/365: March Letter

65/365: March Letter

64/365: My Heart Rides With You

64/365: My Heart Rides With You