Now you can wear your fancy new gal pal crop top or t-shirt while hanging out with all your gal pals!
It’s Gal Pal Week on Autostraddle.com! Let’s kick it off by counting down television friendships we adore!
Willow and Tara in love (and alive) forever!
She knows who killed Jenny Schecter.
Bay Area Straddlers and general ModCloth enthusiasts take note: between July 30th and August 17th, you can go to a store in Union Square and try on ModCloth’s vintage-inspired dresses, skirts, tops, and outerwear in person!
Aria asks Emily to prom and she says no!
“If you adore any of Tea’s other books, you’ll find Mermaid in Chelsea Creek to be every bit as transgressive and illuminating. If you ever escaped into the magical realms created by J.K. Rowling or Tamora Pierce, or if you got hooked on what dystopian YA like the Hunger Games had to say about class and privilege, you’ll relish Mermaid’s intriguing mixture of magic and social realism.”
The reclusive writer opens up to Autostraddle about life, love and her future with her gal pal, Midwestern rapscallion Abby Braughton.
This book is jam packed with awesome. Unsurprisingly, so is Maggie Nelson.
Queen Latifah and Mary J. Blige are co-starring in The Wiz, Raven thinks Caitlyn Jenner is moving “too fast, too soon,” Megan Rapinoe was inducted into the LGBT Athletes Hall of Fame, Tig Notaro has an Amazon pilot on the way, and more!
Take a look at these sex-crazed weasels, and also DeAnne Smith’s grandma!
Poet Leah Horlick’s book of poems For Your Own Good uses the symbolic language of the tarot as a vehicle to express some of the most traumatic experiences of her life. These poems tell the story of an abusive relationship and its aftermath, using tarot cards and tarot symbolism to do so.
Leanne’s Amish roots come to light as she hammers out the tenants of Normaism, a rabbi arrives to test Jewish Black Cindy and the others about their newfound Jewish faith, and Suzanne’s legion of admirers grows.
But you know what is great about being a queer gal or boi? Not giving a hoot about social norms around what “respectable ladies” are supposed to look like.
I Am Cait, I Am Jazz, Hannibal, Complications, The Fosters, Chasing Life, Defiance, Rookie Blue, Scream, Clipped, Steven Universe and more!
A homosexy lesbionic experience that takes us right back to t.A.T.u., and this time with no weird schoolgirl outfits.
Topics include porn stars, the murder of an unarmed homeless black man, The Runaways, Ta-Nehisi Coates, brand-led fake holidays and DigiTour.
Recent books featuring queer people of color, travelling and reading, reading and your brain, your favorite curse word and more. Plus coverage of the Harper Lee coverage.
“Sorry I was tripping balls at your birthday party and almost got everyone killed with a t-shirt cannon.”
“Didn’t you know you had that much power? You can move mountains. You can do anything.”