Afternoon Snack

We’re still basking in the glow of Halloween, Día de los Muertos, and that general fall feeling.

Beware the devil, lest he makest you a witch and teach you to surf:

After this weekend, the season of letting go is officially in full swing, so here is something we’re glad to say goodbye to: a very bad man.

We are sad to say goodbye to Deadspin, but in awe of their courage and solidarity. Katelyn Burns launched her new newsletter with a Deadspin elegy.

We also send off a beloved Latinx icon, Walter Mercado, who was a comforting and steady presence to so many of us.

In his words from this Remezcla interview with Mercado:

“I’m so into who I am, and I do [what] feels right for me,” he tells me in a phone interview. “I’m so connected to people and to the divine for that. That I look feminine with a cape? Everyone knows we have two energies – yin and yang – and I know how to balance them. If I have to be a warrior, then I’ll be that. If I have to be soft and subtle, I can be that, too. I broke the barriers. Boys wear blue and girls wear pink…Why? No, that’s in the past. Extreme gender conformity, machismo, and weak, submissive women, no, no, no, no. We are humans; people have the right to think whatever they want. I follow my own path, and I am who I am.”

Those who related to the content directly above: we need you throw money at this Kickstarter for POWER & MAGIC: The Queer Witch Comics Anthology, Volume 2! The book is jam-packed with faves and friends and simply delicious art and there’s less than a week to ensure it makes it into the world!

And now, for your closing seasonal trick…

…And your accompanying closing seasonal treat.

The heartiest of yeehaws to all, and to all a yeehaw night!

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