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Weekly Tarot With Tif: Acceptance As Is

Weekly Tarot With Tif: Acceptance As Is

Weekly Tarot for 09/28/2014-10/04/2014

The last weekly tarotadvised: “The Hanged Man is suspended upside down to signify the need for a new perspective. He has sacrificed much to pursue a higher goal and does not act like a martyr about it. If you are giving too much of yourself spiritually or otherwise to others at the expense of yourself, let go. Let go of lesser meanings to create ones more…

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Poems by Paul Cunningham

Poems by Paul Cunningham

The Ice Land Ice Arena garage door does not close. Eureka!A stunning Zamboni emerges from the shadowy Ice Land Ice Arena garage. Five spotlights go out and the five face-off circles go dark. A single spotlight follows Frank Zamboni on his slugrolling Zamboni machine. He smooths down the dark of the rink, mimicking the paths of the past figure 8s—a regular resurface-style slime-trail! Hailing from…

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The HOTTEST Disney Princes, Ranked

The HOTTEST Disney Princes, Ranked

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Ugh. Disney movies. They’ve gotten so LAME. (That’s actually so not true. Frozenwas amazing! I just like getting nostalgic and righteous about things). ANYWAY: do you remember when a Prince was a Prince and he would like, do things like sing and dance and speak of love for a woman he barely knew? Do you remember romantizing about how a hot, rich dude would like, just give you things randomly…

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Why I Chose To ID As ‘Queer’ Instead Of ‘Bisexual’ And Here’s Why:

Why I Chose To ID As ‘Queer’ Instead Of ‘Bisexual’ And Here’s Why:

It’s unfortunate, but I don’t recall the exact moment I stopped identifying myself as bisexual and started ID’ing as queer. While visiting home last week, I spent a couple hours digging through past journals, thinking moments like this are the exact reason for my near-compulsive need to document everything – and yet, nothing. Like the word itself, the change was fluid. ‘Queer’ just felt better,…

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COME! Tonight! Details at lunalunamag.com

COME! Tonight! Details at lunalunamag.com

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Tonight, 7pm Brooklyn - mellow pages library. We’re reading poems!

Tonight, 7pm Brooklyn - mellow pages library. We’re reading poems!

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TONIGHT @7pm: Luna Luna’s Brooklyn Poetry Reading

TONIGHT @7pm: Luna Luna’s Brooklyn Poetry Reading

10562595_623244297303_235630079663144736_oWe hate to break it to you but summer is over. So why not come listen to some poetry by some awesome poets? Join six innovative poets from Luna Luna Magazine TONIGHT (Sept. 25, 7pm) to welcome the turn of the seasons.  With lavender vodka. And handmade chaplets given to chosen guests. 

Readings by:

Lea Anderson 
Lisa Marie Basile 
Dallas Athent
Alyssa Morhardt-Goldstein 
Joanna C. Valente 
Lynsey G. 

En…

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5 Wack Myths About Going to the Gym

This article originally appeared on Dallas’ blog, NewTalkCity. This is weird to say, but I actually 

5 Wack Myths About Going to the Gym

This article originally appeared on Dallas’ blog, NewTalkCity. This is weird to say, but I actually 

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The Return: On Coming Home From New York

The Return: On Coming Home From New York

A visual:

As I write, I’m sitting on the back patio of my mother’s house. It’s ninety degrees (as it perpetually is in Miami), but feels different from ninety degrees in New York; I can feel the wind billowing despite the screen, I didn’t break out in a sweat the second I walked out of the house, and I don’t feel an attack of hypoglycemia coming on. The only real noise is that of children playing…

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We love @heforshe and we ask all men and women to support and forward this message!

We love @heforshe and we ask all men and women to support and forward this message!

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Emma Watson’s UN Speech & #HeForShe

Luna Luna is asking all men to take a stand for gender equality. Watch this speech, share it with your brothers, and get involved with #HeForShe.

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My Sister Michele Never Read the Book: Poetry by Michael Montlack

My Sister Michele Never Read the Book: Poetry by Michael Montlack

My Sister Michele Never Read the Book

Or ever traveled outside the country herself.
But when she dropped her daughter Kim off
at the airport security line for her first trip abroad
(ten days in Israel), Michele grabbed Kim’s hands,
looked into her eyes sternly and said, “Remember:
Eat. Pray. Love … Or … just get a little action, honey.
What—it’s okay! Calm down! You’re 21! Now get
to your…

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The Meat Dilemma

I hurtled down Sprain Brook Parkway skirting the guardrail and rugged New York bluffs. On the opposite side of the rail, the Bronx River was grey, shadowed by clouds and speckled with fallen leaves. I clutched the steering wheel with white knuckles when I hit seventy, still barely enough to keep up with the current of traffic. Fat drops of rain splattered against the windshield and I worried I…

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Weekly Tarot With Tif: Suspension

Weekly Tarot With Tif: Suspension

Weekly Tarot for 09/21/2014-09/27/2014

The last weekly tarotadvised: “Don’t dwell on what hasn’t worked in the past or what has currently not been as successful as you thought it’d be. Sometimes the best advice is to move on, rather than to “Try and try again.” You don’t have to measure up. Know you what you have to offer and believe in it. You don’t have to measure up to others’ expectations or…

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A Reminder: It’s Okay To Get Angry

A Reminder: It’s Okay To Get Angry

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This is a reminder to all of the otherwise gentle and overly accommodating humans out there who forget that sometimes it’s okay to not be okay: to say “no,” and to get angry.

I find it especially challenging in a community of progressive, educated, inspirational people to allow myself to be anything short of positive and calm. In cities that promote healthy living and healthy thinking it is…

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