“I was sobbing continuously and finally blurted “I’m gay!” and then Skype, wonderful technology that it is, DROPPED THE CALL.”
I’ll see you in the faves.
Everyone knows how hot the Twin Cities Autostraddlers are, so why not document all of us cuties in a big ol’ outdoor photo shoot?!
We’ll be meeting at Thirsty Scholar at 1pm this Sunday to drink great beverages, hang out and do some crafts!
Join us for a celebration of love and business!
Enter at your own risk! Things are about to get adorable.
Dealbreakers, driving and Demi Lovato and that bird.
What are you playing? And how did your week go? What are you having for dinner? Did you take any cute selfies recently? What’s been on your mind? I’m here! Let’s talk!
The Comment Awards are here for fall with thoughts about Galadriel, Jane Austen, and righteous Stonewall indignation.
I’m having a lot of feelings about “home” and I want you to come share in this general pool of emotions with me. Or not! Either way, GET IN HERE!
Allison Weiss is on tour with her new album “New Love,” with the following bands: Mal Blum, Winter, and Kid in the Attic. Join the straddlers and come hang out!!!
Gal pals, lazy femmes and loads more icing on your cake from the School of Autostraddle
OMG SHOES! Tell me about your favorite shoes. Or what your shoes say about you as a human person. Or how you feel about the word “loafers.” Get in here!
Have you done your homework?
We’ve been hosting Autostraddle meet-ups for years, and now I want you to report back on the good, the best, and the warm and fuzzy. Get in here!
Tiny lesbians, squirrel monkeys and religious leaders blessing lesbians in this week’s comment awards.
Get in here! We’re talking about the first LGBTQ books we ever read and how they made us feel.
In which we find the quiet places, watch the people, and either have deep conversations about the things we see or completely ignore each other in companionable silence.
Let’s get together in true Wisconsin style: with Bloody Marys and watching the Packers kick off their first game of the season!
I used to do weekly movie nights with friends a while back and kind of miss it, so while weekly is a little much for me, I’m going to start doing monthly movie nights. First up is “Dear White People,” a comedy I’ve been wanting to see since it first came out. Bring your own drinks and snacks and come hang out with cool people. Stick around after to discuss the movie (or just chat).
Head’s up: I have two cats that shed a lot and one who is quiet the thief.