Calling all wandering queers! I’ve written you a survival guide for the next time you’re trying to move onto someone’s back porch.
I don’t know how to make friends, but I’m going to try. I’m going to do it with apps and technology, so that the process is replicable for the rest of you.
This week’s New York Magazine Sex Diarist is going on a date with a woman for the first time and it’s totally no big deal.
“Y’all, I managed not to cry in this third trimester video, but here I am now, writing, tears rolling down my face at my desk, just a few feet away from our new rocking chair where I plan to spend hours nursing my baby.”
Reproaction was borne out of a simple observation: the pro-choice movement is losing in America.
“I’ve never had a move that felt so little like being jolted from one space to another and so much like something clicking into place.”
Feminism is alive and well, my friends. And I’ve got 95 photos from across the planet to prove it.
In the very first edition of a biweekly column all about tacos, Yvonne writes about her personal connection to the delicious, Mexican super food and her search for damn good tacos far away from home.
Topics include Bitch’s redesign, Buzzfeed’s financial papers, Amazon’s cut-throat work environment, a fertility-tracker raising major $$ to collect data on women’s health and more!
Bad name; terrible aesthetic; awesome toy.
“It isn’t until the summer, when the frost melts and the icee man comes calling and the pool is open and the yard (however ridden with stubborn weeds) starts to incubate natural life, that you realize the source of your woes isn’t dependent on the weather. It’s you. “
“I’ve come to the realisation that my fear of looking dumb in front of people has been holding me back from finding new physical activities to love, and so I need a little help stepping outside my comfort zone.”
Butt plugs and anal beads not on a string; these are a few of my favorite things.
The robot uprising, the porcupine problem, places you can hike, cool puzzles, curriculum, a man that’s a goat, octopi are aliens I guess, Shirley Manson, sexual healing with witches, we buy lots of books, Mey for president and so much more!
No matter our differences, what unites us all is our intractable dependency upon caffeine, no matter its form. It’s what defines most of our mornings, many of our afternoons, and sometimes our evenings (or early AM hours). Give yourself the gift of perfectly steeped and/or brewed caffeinated beverages today, and thank yourself for it forevermore.
Have you been dreaming of vegan/gluten-free/grain-free/dairy-free/diy Pop Tarts, Ritz Bitz, Girl Scout cookies, peanut butter cups and more? WELCOME HOME.
Canada’s gonna have a trans woman on a federal ballot, Markie Beth learned to scuba dive just to propose and there’s proof, H&M’s sister company launched a trans-centered campaign, Madonna told Russia to f*ck off and P!nk would like to teach the world to sing a new song for Ellen.
Advice to your younger queer self, why LGBT-inclusive sex ed doesn’t have to be complicated, how healthy relationships operate and more.
If I can do a craft, trust me, you can do a craft.
So many films about women, the menstruation revolution, #GiveYourMoneyToWomen, the Stonewall parody trailer you’ve been waiting for, Gabby Rivera love, what science says about friendships in your 30s, a mini playlist of sorts, and so much more!