The Rainbow Hub, a media website for LGBTQIA persons, is looking to fill four writing positions for our site. We pride ourselves on offering content relevant to everyone in the LGBTQIA community, and to that end, we’re looking to bring in new voices to our staff.
- A book reviewer
- An LGBTQIA POC columnist
- A news writer
- A features writer
We’re looking for folks who can contribute one to two columns a month, two book reviews a month, one to two feature pieces a month, and regular news pieces. This is a paid position, and we need writers who can commit to meeting deadlines. Please do not apply if you will not be able to maintain a regular schedule with us. For questions or to apply, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org including your preferred pronouns, a short writing sample, and your availability. Don’t forget to tell us a little bit about yourself.
Signal boosting is always appreciated.
Fake film: Walter.
└ Hugh Dancy, Lee Pace & Rinko Kikuchi.
Sci-Fi Drama ► In the year 2134, androids have been developed. Electrodite Systems, a corporation specialising in technology, is advertising androids as ‘human’s best friend’ and selling them to those in need of companionship. Martin (Lee Pace), bought Walter (Hugh Dancy) a few years ago when he was lonely and living by himself. The two developed a close relationship until one night when Martin doesn’t return from work. Walter discovers that his friend was mugged and murdered during the walk home.
Should anything happen to their owner, androids are sent back to Electrodite and their memories erased so they can be resold. However when Walter is set to be reprogrammed, he meets technician Shiori (Rinko Kikuchi). He tells her that he does not wish to forget about Martin. Surprised and touched by the android’s apparent humanity, Shiori ‘steals’ Walter in order to learn just how human a robot can become.
"All my ex-girlfriends are Asian."
If you’ve ever come across this charming come-on, you’ve probably been exposed to yellow fever
YES, THERE IS NOW A MUCH NEEDED GIF SET FOR THIS!
"Here are women who sing about sex. Sexuality. Contemporary womanhood. Wholeness. Arrival. […] The record dismantles the idea that marriage, commitment, or monogamy ruins one’s sex life. It challenges the notion that a woman’s life should be lead in complete service to her child. This album is widely successful because it makes women feel good about themselves. I can see how that might be confusing for some […] Detractors decried the album’s explicit content in typical "Won’t someone think of the children?" form, seemingly forgetting that the singer is 32 and under no obligation to parent any child but her own. BEYONCÉ introduces Knowles as a sexual being, not a being sexualized by industry. She communicates her proclivities in her own certain terms. And yes, that may sometimes involve a duration on her knees. No, you may not watch." - From Janet to Beyoncé: Why It Matters When Black Women Sing About Sexuality
I am a cat petting a cat. Please note the collar with small jingly bell (in the back) around my neck.
Okay y’all I’ve decided that I’m going to dye my hair silver-gray around the end of next month, hopefully it won’t wash me out too much if at all?
I’m excited to get the rest of my hair to match all the premature gray hairs I have lmao. So attractive, I know.
I want to dye my hair a silvery gray even though I just dyed it brown this morning, somebody stop me