We have two new things in the autostraddle merch store for you and one of those things is a holiday sweater and the other is a kickass Gal Pal hoodie!
Every winter I try to find the widest, longest, thickest knits and wrap myself up in an almost mummy-state so that I can keep from crying. How are you staying warm?
Winter’s best footwear trends, part one of two: this installment is focusing on the dapper end of boots for our handsome MOC and tomboy-oriented readers out there, with styling tips and more!
In the very first Beauty Thief, read our exclusive interview with androgynous model Rain Dove and get flawless skin, plus stretch mark love and a DIY for chapped lips.
What does Monster have to do with The Hunger Games and Katniss Everdeen? You’re about to find out.
All things wearable and floral-themed, for folks of all shapes, sizes, gender presentations, and also flower print preferences.
Who better to decide the best movies featuring trans women than the trans women who watch them?
“Aside from bringing another deck to the world, I’m excited to create a deck that illustrates a blend of mind and body outcasts. The deck originated as a ‘queer deck’ but its definitely grown since that. I want to focus on people’s cultural and subcultural backgrounds, I want to blur fundamentalist spirituality, but maintain a lot of the traditional concepts behind the images.”
Samira Wiley’s photoshoot & interview with Mimi Magazine, New York Magazine’s feature story on Carol, 28 icons on their favorite lesbian cultural artifacts, a new trailer for “The Wiz,” Lena Waithe interviewed by Vogue, Drew Barrymore’s possible dip in the lady-pond and more!
Lindsay Lohan’s offensive outfit, Cara Delevingne’s animal onesie, Tegan and Sara’s throwback oversized tees, Laverne’s glasses and other fashion and life choices for the ages.
Masculine-of-center and tomboy representation on television has always been lacking, but it’s getting better. Let’s talk about our favorite TV tomboys and what TomboyX gear they’re most likely to have on.
This playlist is best enjoyed in the range of 20 – 20,000 Hz.
Blindspot and Code Black reveal that two of their characters are gay, The Vampire Diaries has introduced the half-witch/half-vampire lesbian couple, and Jane the Virgin is still the best damn thing on TV.
In 26 slight pages, Rabbit Rabbit chronicles a personal unraveling, offering insightful treatment of the intricate connections between family and trauma.
“My heart did a flip because I remember the sudden shift where my body went from stranger to home, and now I was watching this shift happen to someone else. And maybe this is why these shows exist: because someone else is going to want that feeling, they’re going to recognize themselves.”
From lesbian gangs killing old ladies in a nursing home to actresses with Mommy issues to inspirational schoolteachers, these are ten of the first-ever lesbian characters on American primetime television, 1961-1977.
Oh, wanna look great and stay warm? Thanks hats! But there are so many chapeaus to have, and how will you decide which ones are for you? Regardless of your personal style and/or gender presentation, there are certainly several hats for you. There are levels to daring headwear, and you’re about to get in the game!
Empire and American Horror Story get it wrong, Grey’s gets it right, and Carmilla and Laura still aren’t smooching enough!
From Ali Adler to Nahnatchka Khan to Ilene Chaiken to three different women named “Liz,” you might not recognize their faces, but you’ll definitely recognize their work.
The creator of Clarissa Explains It All has published some fan fiction about her grown-up life. Plus: An essay on what fandom can mean to women in their 30s, some witchy story recommendations, answers to your TV questions, and a fic news round up!