Como a pandemia está afetando as comunidades LGBTQ+ negras em todo o mundo – Vogue | atualidades

Mais de um ano depois que a crise global de saúde foi declarada, vemos como a Covid-19 impactou as comunidades queer negras
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An Excerpt From: H. F. Heard. “The Notched Hairpin”

“Don’t touch.”
“I wasn’t going to! And if tact means touch, then I don’t think you’d be the worse for a little of it!”
“I’m ready to apologize in advance for being so guarded, but, you see, this is quite a peculiar treasure.”
“I don’t see. What I do see is a very commonplace object. But I am ready to accept your apology.”
Yes, it was one of the usual Silchester-Mycroft squabble-sallies. The gauge of battle had arrived by the breakfast mail. I’d paid no attention to it until Mr. M., having finished all his letters, came to the small box—the kind of thing in which you sent a wrist watch. As I had finished the paper, I let myself enjoy his attack on it—rather like the cautious behavior toward some new sort of fly in its web. ”

Excerpt From: H. F. Heard. “The Notched Hairpin”. Apple Books.

Breakfast at my House

During the week we’re often walking out the door with a coffee in one hand and slice of toast in the other, but on weekends breakfast is never rushed. It’s a late affair, sometimes spilling over to lunch, with lots of reading and chatter in between courses of fruits, poached eggs, honey and toast. One of our favorite things we like to serve when friends are visiting are buckwheat blueberry pancakes.