Month: September 2017

26 Ways The Trump Administration Is Harming the LGBTQ Community

On January 20th, 2017, a collective anxious groan echoed throughout the nation. It was during this chilly day, the 45th President of the United States was sworn into office. As millions sat in astonishment, the LGBTQ community began its journey into an era of unknowns. While many feel the Trump administration brought with it the mindset and bigotry of our forefathers, in reality, the inauguration spurred millions into action. As a collective hive, the LGBTQ community rallied to ensure that this presidency, which continuously proves itself as one of the most anti-LGBTQ administrations in recent history, is held accountable...

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How to Make Mimosas Worth Getting Drunk

Mimosas have been around for years. The first time orange juice and sparkling wine were served together was in 1921 at Buck’s Club in London, and the cocktail was known as Buck’s Fizz. But the Mimosa was officially invented in 1925 when a bartender from the Ritz Hotel in Paris changed the proportions of the drink and called it by the name we all know today. Some years later, the American director, Alfred Hitchcock, introduced the cocktail to his home country and made it an inevitable part of brunch. Regardless of being an inevitable part of brunch, they are...

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