As a queer lady, you’re probably used to waltzing through life as the minority in the room — so if you’re out in public and feel your radar pinging on someone?
2. It’s a tale as old as time. An unexplainable feeling.
4. It begins with spotting someone across the room / street / bar. Maybe they’re walking just so or their haircut suggests something you can’t put your finger on. Whatever it is, you’re pinged.
7. Things get creepy real fast because you can’t stop staring.
You probably wonder, “Am I giving off the vibes too?”
9. Most likely it gets super awkward when they catch you looking, but you can’t help it.
10. Seeing a couple is practically the double rainbow of sightings. Let it fill your heart with unexpected joy.
11. They probably think you’re gawking because you don’t approve or because you’re being an overly eager ally. You just want to be like:
13. Until we invent some universal handshake or sign, this is the best we can do.
- At least 36 people have died in Friday's fire at a warehouse party in Oakland. Officials say they are no where close to finding a cause.
- Almost a month after the election, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has conceded defeat to Democrat Roy Cooper. He had previously alleged voter fraud.
- Jill Stein filed a federal lawsuit in Pennsylvania for statewide recount of the 2016 election, after she withdrew a request in state court.
- A woman clapped back at her anti-gay neighbor using festive rainbow Christmas lights 🎄👏