WE HAD A TIME. Now we have to keep talking about it to ease withdrawal symptoms.
New York City A-Campers of the past, present, and future, get excited. Two brand new A-Campers have organized a pre-camp event at the Lesbian Herstory Archives for this Saturday!
Hannah Hart wants to give one lucky Straddler a full campership to October’s A-Camp — and she’ll pay your travel expenses, too!
Lex & Megan (aka Emotions the P.O.E.T) are really excited about coming to A-Camp! Hear all about it in this kickass video.
Listen to 12 campers who have been to all three A-Camps and are signed up for October when they tell you how camp changed their lives and why you definitely wanna be on the mountain for A-Camp 4.0
We’ve got some open spots for A-Camp, so Hannah Hart, Me & My Bois, the first-ever A-Camp carnival and seven more reasons you don’t wanna miss this event!
We’re hosting the very first A-Camp Prep event in Los Angeles! Come hang out with Robin on September 8th and start getting excited for A-Camp or just learn more about it!
Camp is less than two months away and we’re offering another opportunity for you to go for free, thanks to Kipper Clothiers! Enter to win a campership!
Camp is just two months away and we’re offering another opportunity for you to go for free, thanks to Kreuzbach10!
Read the testimonials from A-Camp May 2013’s Campershippers and find out about how you can give the gift of a campership or apply to get one yourself!
In our last recamp, we party at the pool, dance all night, have feelings, display talent, and wish it never had to end.
A-Camp just keeps getting better and better which means this October’s gonna blow your mind. Registration starts NOW.
You’ve got swagger, fashion, comedy, whiskey, geeky pick-up lines and the coolest klub on the mountain!
“I’m gonna support the SHIT outta you.” (Also, a Lilith Flair playlist!)
Welcome to the first of four fantastic recamps of May 2013 A-Camp. In this fascinating installment, we’ll detail the very first moments of our time together on the mountain and also bears.
Symptoms of A-Camp withdrawal include: forgetting every girl you see isn’t queer, staring wistfully at inadequate trees, intense nostalgia, sleeping in your A-Camp t-shirt and DIY lingerie, counting down ’til next time.
Sideways oxen, promiscuous Protestants, Susan Sontag and now us.
Julie wants me to say, “Nothing brings you to comedy.” I guess she means, we were always funny and attracted to funny people so that’s why we are here. And that it wasn’t necessarily a choice. We were born this way. Now she wants me to say, “YES BITCHES, BRANDY WAS BORN THAT WAY.”
On cleanup day, everyone just wants to go home.
If you didn’t make it into A-Camp, there’s still a bright beaming ray of sunshine on your horizon and it’s called B-Camp! BRING YOUR OWN PROPS AND HAIR CRIMPER.