My girlfriend was sick last week, so I decided to make some soup for both of our health.
Welcome to the wonderful world of autumnal baked goods!
The conference price tag is pretty hefty, and it can be a stretch to land in New York City on a budget because you want to light your inner fire with sage wisdom and motivational quips. But it’s okay! There’s a free stream of the whole thing!
Visibility for lesbian and queer couples is better than it’s ever been but still not as great and inclusive as it could be, which is why The Speakeasy took matters into our own hands.
A couple of US colleges are trying to be better, new horror movies you can watch, scary books to read, consent, the Golden Girls as Sailor Moon, more street harassment than you can shake a stick at, LGBT youth of color, Twin Peaks, and a picture of my Halloween wreath.
A new report from SAGE lays out what you need to know the lives and experiences of aging LGBT people.
These sixteen court cards are notoriously tricky to interpret, with beginners and seasoned readers alike often struggling to understand their meaning in tarot readings.
Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere! But mostly in your food.
Picking your own personal style can be hard enough when you’ve got years of practice, so what’s a woman supposed to do when she’s jumping right in?
Sexy selfies, breakup fallout, how to tell if you’re lying to yourself about your sex life and more!
Two proposals, a super-gay Texan Homecoming Queen, and some playful red pandas inside!
Cooking with only a microwave and some random dishes you stole from your parent’s kitchen isn’t easy, but here are some foods you can make with no equipment or money to speak of.
“That instinct, to lie or protect the men who abuse us, is hard to explain. It comes from being afraid of the person who is abusing you, of course, but also afraid for the changes that honesty will force. We don’t want to endanger the men who hurt us, because we love them and we don’t think we can live without them… If anything, my identification as a feminist made the idea of disclosing the abuse even more difficult, because I thought it was something I was letting happen to me and it embarrassed me.”
What exactly does the Queen of Hearts look like in a feminist deck of cards? What are Agent Scully’s thoughts on women in today’s world? What’s the deal with Ello? Let’s find out!
In which we learn about matrices, intersectionality, and why oppression only works in one direction.
“In fact, the strain of hiding my illness would likely have caused me to break down with even more frequency. How would she have coped with those dysphoric, hallucination-ridden breakdowns — and how would I have dealt with her uneducated reactions?”
Butche-Femme FaceOff sounds like the lesbian sequel to that insane John Travolta movie from the 90s. This isn’t that. It’s a discussion between badass queers on privilege and presentation. (I’d watch the hell out of that sequel tho.)
Fall is here, and we are about to burst out with leaf-piles of delicious sourdough-inspired recipes! Begin your starter now, and have the most delicious bread, crusts, biscuits, and pancakes all season long.
The “born a boy” narrative is hurtful to trans women. It’s time for it to go away.
Happy National Coffee Day!