The Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos are playing a very important football game today and I’m liveblogging it. America is so fun.
Like a certain Harry Potter villain, we’re no longer allowed to name it. Here’s what you can/should say instead.
Uprising of Love and It Gets Better just held a live Google hangout including Fallon Fox, Kye Allums and more on transgender equality in sports, the media and schools.
Stop trying to make diva cups happen for me, it’s not gonna happen.
I dare you to walk into a Build-A-Bear with two large cartons of tampons.
“World Sport Presents: Journey of the Gay Athlete” focuses on out athletes Brittney Griner, American soccer player, Robbie Rogers, and New Zealand Olympic speed skater, Blake Skjellerup and is on CNN International this weekend.
It was time to try to trust my body and see what it would be capable of.
Former NFL punter and same-sex marriage advocate Chris Kluwe says he was fired for supporting marriage equality.
No Look Pass, a documentary about Emily Tay living a double life at Harvard University and striving to play professional basketball in Germany while coming out as a lesbian, is now available on iTunes.
Positively Cleveland and the Gay Games invited Autostraddle to take a look at their facilities for the games and experience some of food and fun Cleveland has to offer the impending influx of queermos.
Here are 5 tips for making your cycling-related resolutions at least 50% more likely to stick. (Well, maybe.)
Abby Wambach continues to become one of the most decorated queer athletes ever.
Shiny things for bike lovers that aren’t bicycles or bike accessories, including tiny computers, bottle openers and (vegan!) floggers.
In the first of two Biking Holigay Gift Guides, here we’ll look at all the things you (or your giftee) need to stay safe, warm and happy on the streets.
Choosing a bike from hundreds of options can be intimidating. Here are a few tips on what to look out for when you’re bike-shopping and 20 bicycles for you to lust after.
Should you get Obamacare or insurance through your employer? Are you eligible for Medicaid? What does the ACA mean for trans* people? Find out all this and more!
“Society gives us a bad rep for having tats or being gay so I’m like well let me just throw it all together in one and see how you like it now.”
“As a woman of color who does not fit into Western Eurocentric standards of what is conventionally attractive, every day I step out and love myself is an act of resistance.”
Just on the cheek, keep your pants on.
As the countdown to the Affordable Care Act continues, 1/3 of LGBT Americans are uninsured! This campaign wants to change that.