I wanted to make Poussey’s Hooch, but I am visiting my grandparents in Georgia this week and making liquor in the basement didn’t seem like a really respectful thing to do.
I promised you the recipe for a sweet-savory rosemary apple pie. Fall is here, and it’s baking season!
IT IS MONDAY. It is Monday and you are here, reading this. Welcome. Welcome to your week. What will everyone be talking about at your Thanksgiving celebration? Maybe you can punch up the convos with some of these topics! I’m gonna talk about lesbian separatists and GMOs.
Scrumptious fall recipes to ensure your first Thanskgiving will go off without a hitch.
Among other important items of note, Jill and Doc became the first same-sex couple to be married in Montana!
The difference between theory and practice in non-monogamy, legitimizing your own sexual desire, vaginas that smell like peaches and more.
Apps to predict when Flo visits, the painters paint the house red, when it suddenly turns to chocolate season, etc. LET’S TALK ABOUT PERIODS, Y’ALL!
A new study examines straight attitudes towards the rights of queer couples. There’s broad support for things like hospital visitation, but still a lot of discomfort with public same-gender smooching.
How the media writes women of color, Thanksgiving things to read, lists of women and songs, Brittani Nichols, divorce, cultural appropriation in the birthing community, the importance of educating and also scaring children, milk crates, sea stars, unicorns, Stef possums, and a cover of “America” that legit made me cry this morning.
“It’s all fine that we become aware of our lives but we need more than for you to finally see that we are walking this Earth. We need you to hear us.”
Fall’s favorite orange fruit gets creative (and delicious).
The recent cultural trend of supporting trans women has made us highly prized assets; somehow you can prove your radicalness by being the example of someone who has worked through transmisogyny enough to view us as worthy of sex and love. But what kind of love views us as disposable?
Ridesharing apps like Uber and Lyft are a great idea in theory, but in actuality they’re quite dangerous — for the passenger and the driver. I should know; I’ve been both.
Oh you know, we sit in darkened rooms communing with the spirit world. Not really! Here’s a peek at a day in the life of a few professional tarot peeps… and their cats.
The NFL says hi to LGBT businesses, the World Cup may be like Sochi or worse, and queer women in sports continue to be ignored. Go team, go!
As we honor the memory of those girls who have been murdered, ask how you’re helping the living.
Drake obvs, women vs. internet trolls, the cost of camping, the cost of deportation, words, feminism, kink, your mama.
“Farm work was everything my depressive body was screaming against: sunlight, physical activity, and tiny symbols of the fragility of life all around that I couldn’t remember how to value.”
We’ve got everything from the things you feed that cousin who always shows up at 9 am to the crazy delicious desserts that will make you forget all that wheat your body hates.
Holiday breakups, sex ed protests, knowing what you want, when what you want is a vibrator shaped like someone’s head, and more.