Are you ready for some football??! See, it’s funny because tomorrow is the start of college football but nothing in this AAA is actually about college football! Isn’t that funny? Get in here!
“This week has involved a lot of needing to let go of all the things I can’t have total control over and I’m not good at that and I don’t like it but also maybe that’s okay.”
You may have heard that somebody’s gynecologist found a cat hairball in her vagina. Why stop there? There are so many other wonderful tales to tell each other!
Where did the taco come from? From the Aztecs to silver mines in Mexico to the Taco Bell founder, these are some big moments in taco history.
In which we make a refreshing pear, vanilla and vodka concoction that signals Autumn while acknowledging the heat of September.
Nerve.com begins a new chapter with a look back on all previous chapters, The Butter shutters, September is a big month for black women on magazine covers, The Daily Beast shuts down comments and more interesting stories!
This week I thought we’d talk about the best ways to stay active if you spend most of your day sitting, whether it be because you’re studying or working a desk job or in another profession that requires lots of bum time.
Sometimes the only way to remember the good times is to recreate them yourself.
Sandcastles, fall drives, pop culture colliding with real life violence, robots, more Katrina pieces, Lisa Frank, rape culture left and right, agender fashion and so much more!
My girlfriend and I never argue about vacuuming now, and the cat keeps us safe.
This is a coconut-macaroon-free zone.
How to squirt, how to sext like it’s 1615, the Magic Wand throughout art history and so much more!
The pope blessed a lesbian, Los Angeles is getting serious about gender parity, marriage equality is happening for real in Ireland, and also a tiny dog being a farmhand. AND MORE!
How to preserve that fresh goodness in your garden or on your windowsill to keep enjoying it all year long.
Some tip-of-the-iceberg New Orleans/Katrina pieces, Brandi Carlile at Newport Folk, national parks, what even is anything, drunk shopping at Target, hamster on a skateboard, what the drought is doing to native tribes, embalming, sexism in the music industry, Kristin Russo interviews Meredith Graves, infertility treatment disparities, and so much more!
I went to visit my parents in Tennessee recently and as soon as I walked out of the airport and was blasted with the heat of one thousand angry hair dryers, I remembered why I was a vampire as a teenager. So I did what any respectable adult would do — I went home and made myself a fancy ass cocktail.
“Fuck flowers. Fuck everything. We’re ordering about a hundred LED twinkling lights and I’m gonna stick gold washi tape on ’em and sprinkle them everywhere and call it a night.”
This is a photo essay mostly about two girls and a dog camping around Northern California and Southern Oregon.
Autostraddle’s webmaster Cee Webster has been a freelance web developer for 15 years. Here, she shares her thoughts on freelance working, ‘winging it’, the challenges of juggling many projects, and the perks of working when you choose.
There is literally no incorrect way to do college and Autostraddle staff are the proof.