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Happy Easter 🐣

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Hello!
Happy Easter. Happy four days off!
Some housekeeping to start with (fun!). This email should now arrive on a Friday because it makes more sense that you have our #QueerlyLoves recommendations for the weekend. It will also include a round up of the week’s biggest Queerly news stories and a few other bits and pieces for you to enjoy. I know, we’re too kind.
The Brunch with Rob & The GDC is back on Sunday morning at 10am, so stick us on while you stuff your face with that disappointing Nestlé egg when what you really wanted was the Lindt Lindor. Salted caramel. We know.
Also…nearly done…don’t forget to follow The Brunch podcast. It’s on Apple, Spotify, Google and loads of other places and there’s a special bonus best of episode waiting for you right now!
Ok then, let’s get going. Here is the news…

Queerly News
Olly Alexander shares snippet of new Years & Years single 'Starstruck' | NME
Why is conversion therapy still legal in the UK? | The Guardian
Hunter Schafer, Dominique Jackson Destroy Mugler Runway Show | PAPER
How Bimini Bon Boulash became a shining light for the queer community | Attitude
Mean Girls Star Opens Up About Homophobic Bullying | Out Magazine
Rihanna's 30 greatest singles – ranked! | The Guardian
13 hilarious Lil Nas X memes after his epic ‘bottoming for Satan’ music video | PinkNews
Michelle Visage’s Return to Music Said Gay Rights
#QueerlyLoves
Rob
🎥 Tina
📚 Girl in the Walls by A. J. Gnuse
🎧 Bottoming
The GDC
📺 The Irregulars
🎧 Stolen: The Search for Jermain
🎥 Seaspiracy
That’s it for this week. Don’t forget to tune in to The Brunch on Sunday morning from 10am on Queerly Radio, or follow the podcast now so you can catch up on demand. Thanks for reading and have a wonderful weekend!
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