The first installment in Autostraddle’s OkCupid Series! Take a chance, meet some people who simply want more queers in their lives.
What to get the queer who has everything. Or what to get yourself because hey, you deserve a present today.
Kristen’s Team Pick: This kid knows more about getting along with girls than I do!
What are the “rules” for working from home? When is it okay or not okay to interrupt? We tackle the topic for anyone out there who is or loves somebody who works from home.
You and your ex are going to the same social event? You should probs read this first.
Spoiler Alert: They don’t ALL involve sex.
Your vulva asked me to write this.
In which we discuss how to come off a plane and greet your sweetie without looking like an oily zombie.
In which we discuss if and when you need to tell a partner about your eating disorder.
Your parents don’t know what to say, your girlfriend wants to take things slow, and also you’re a virgin who can probably drive.
Moving back in with your parents after college because you’re unemployed can feel like the end of the world, but is probably not actually the end of the world.
“Give her time, give her love and support and when she’s ready to whack the rainbow flag bumper sticker on her car, then she will.”
I’m helping you put the EX back in TEXT
“There is no Parenting Trans Kids 101 textbook. All there is is showing up to class.”
Once upon a time I married a man, had kids, and realized I was a lesbian. Here’s what happened and what I wish somebody had told me at the time.
Rachel’s Team Pick: “When one writes a thing — when you discover and then put it down, which is the essence of discovering it — one is done with it. What people get out of it is none of the writer’s business.”
What to do when a temporary situation starts looking like a permanent personality trait.
May-December (or even May-October) romances can present occasional challenges, they can also be awesome.