The 2014 calendars are here, they are gorgeous, you can purchase them, and I have the photos to prove it.
Whether it’s a work party, family gathering, or a festive night with friends, we’ve got your pretty little tree trimmed.
In which I tell tall tales of the various indie rock, electronic and pop siren songs I heard echoed across the ocean by a chorus of whales as I navigated the briny deep with a parrot on my shoulder and a dream in my heart.
Gnocchi! Learn how to pronounce it and all the delicious, delicious ways to eat it.
Organizations around the U.S. understand that the barriers queer people in abusive partnerships face are related to issues that are bigger than the relationship. They envision an end to all violence faced by queer people.
“There’s something really magical about creating the job you want for yourself from scratch.”
Straddler On The Street turns one year old today, so we captured Vanessa and insisted she let us interview her instead of vice versa like usual. The results are predictably full of floral print and feelings.
Let’s put the LGBT in D and go strolling through the snow.
This week on NSFW Sunday: science refutes slut shaming, trying Cosmo sex tips with your girlfriend, the attractiveness of vegetables, turning your sexts into short films and more.
The kinds of things you should ask yourself when in the market for some lube. Plus product recommendations to get you started.
“If we could each have authentic understanding and acceptance of our sexuality and identity, that would make a sex-positive world.”
What drug were the Glee writers on while designing this year’s Christmas special? That question and more will not be answered in this week’s recap!
In the first edition of Herstory In Our Pants, we put herstory literally into our pants with a review of a retro vibrator.
A dose of queer holiday cheer brought to you by cats in clothes and dykes on bikes.
Here are a few ideas for the gadgety girrrls and bois among us (you know the ones? Those that already have all the gizmos and a bunch of accessories for them).
“We’ve traveled the great wide countryside, but there’s nothing like coming home.”
Evolution’s Rainbow is both a catalogue of diversity across the natural world in sex, gender, and sexuality, and also an “indictment” of all academic fields for suppressing or ignoring the diversity that we see.
What do you buy someone who fuels themselves only on the knowledge that the world is an inherently imbalanced structure built to take advantage of people made the most vulnerable by its constructs?