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Gay Code: How Overt Labels Still Hinder Any Progress in LGBTQ Spaces

Half of our amazing staff is LGBTQ and we love it, what we don’t love is the code words inner circle LGBTQ use to define their space. Much like our past posts on femininity and bi-curiousness, let’s have a chat about the enigma of “fabulous” shepards words.  What do I love about being a Queer […]

Year in Review: A Look Back on 2019

Get ready to say goodbye to the teenage dream; this millennium is growing up. As we embark on a new decade, team Bob Cut took time to walk down memory lane. What obsessed us this year? What did our readers love most? A deep dive into 2019 unearthed some interesting editorial trends and new traditions, […]

November Editor’s Letter: Goodbye, Farewell

Is there a new and interesting way to say goodbye? I’ve been mulling this over for a few weeks now, knowing that I would need to step up to the plate and say it: that resonating, final goodbye. Looking through my past Editor’s Letters to you fine folk, I noticed I’ve written about goodbyes—in some […]

What’s Your BART Story? We Turned To Reddit

Having a personal funny story for parties is always needed—but when we read these BART related stories, we couldn’t help but share. Below are a few of our favorite BART stories curated from the SF Bay Area sub-reddit. Enjoy, laugh, or be disgusted. Or all three if you’re lucky. Coming back from SF on New […]

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