Let’s put the LGBT in D and go strolling through the snow.
From prom to the Mormon Church, folks got a lotta ‘splainin to do.
I just don’t get blackout on the holidays like I used to.
What if we’re all wrong about Kanye West? What if we’ll never understand him. What if he and I share a soul.
Laverne Cox makes us proud, Illinois marries us off, and then Martie comes out to play.
Frida, as always, is flawless.
Now put a smile on, betch.
From the OUT 100 to the first lady of Zambia to Michelle Tea’s marriage, it turns out there was a lot of queer shit going down while I was working late nights in the office.
Everything’s coming up Retta, Ines Rau takes my breath away, and I’m getting gay married in paradise. (Someday.)
Inside: more event invites than you can handle, a lot of worthy causes, a historical case of The Unicorn, and the delicious taste of Republicanism slowly, slowly dying.
Counting women in engineering, raising the next Steve Jobs in Mexico, and coming together to say: “f*ck the man.”
The weed fairy’s coming, Colorado’s in the doghouse, and there’s a straight chick making a living as a male model. Or something like that. I was too busy licking the lesbianism off of my Samoas, actually.
I’ve got so much good gay news for you that the only correct way to celebrate would be making a huge unicorn cake filled with rainbows. OH WAIT.
Everyone loves Autostraddle, except a bunch of icky Republicans. Also, India.Arie wants you to do you and Malala outsmarted Obama.
A new LGBT radio station in India, the cast of OINTB on the red carpet, and an unlikely pair of homecoming queers made this week a zillion times gayer than any week ever before in the herstory of time! Also, boobs.
From Dartmouth to the concert hall, there’s a ton of queer shit going down. And a little bit of Nickelback.
Marge Simpson’s cooking up Bertolli in the kitchen while Michelle Rodriguez goes your way and the bulldog falls asleep on the sofa. In other words: shit’s perfect today.
Reporting live from the cutest puppy-filled pumpkin patch of all time, with help from Louisiana’s new gay lawyers and vigilantes from around the globe.