Word on the street is that y’all femmes want to see more coverage in the style department. Tell us more!
Win full A-Camp Tuition with the TomboyX Campership, plus a tee, a hat and — you guessed it — underpants.
Ari Fitz debuts PROMBOYISH, a two-part miniseries spotlighting solid tomboy prom looks.
What happens when you get four models with bodies and identities that aren’t usually visible in fashion to do a lingerie shoot? Come see for yourself.
“I talked about how so much of my work with FFAF or here at Autostraddle is really just a sort of queer femme lighthouse keeping. I’m here, you’re not alone, this is a perfectly alright way to be, let me help you.“
“I suggest power poses whenever you want to feel more like an adult regardless of whether or not you are wearing children’s clothing.”
“I identify as a Black, lesbian woman, and outside of that, I ain’t got no answers.”
Whether you wear straight or plus sizes (or both, it’s a thing), are into flirty high fashion, minimalist chic, or a watercolor world of sweet mod vibes, there’s a lot here for you today!
I think I’d gotten it into my head that disability is always, on some level, supposed to feel bad. Like if I fought myself all the time, I was somehow doing it right. I worried that if gave up the femininity I’d worked so hard for, I’d just be giving in. As someone who has a lot of privilege, I thought it was my job to be the right kind of woman, even if I didn’t enjoy it.
Let’s get you bundled up and looking snuggle-able with some shiny new winter coating, shall we?
Today’s Slate.com article about Hillary Clinton dressing like a lesbian misses one very important point: EVERY presidential candidate dresses like a lesbian. Luckily, we are here to make that point for you.
Two bodycon dresses and a swimsuit does not a slutty power lesbian make. As a part-time slutty power lesbian myself, I’d be happy to help Jennifer Lawrence correct course on her aesthetic.
Need help flirting “in a way that’s subtle enough to fly over a straight girl’s head, but be picked up on by LBPQ woman?” Read on!
We thought it was high time to let Boston dapperQs provide us with some holiday and New Year’s Eve style inspiration for our long running HS/WS project.
The brand has a 100% “No Photoshop” policy, and takes pride in showcasing natural attributes such as body hair, cellulite, stretch marks, scars and freckles.
Bluestockings Boutique owner Jeanna Kadlec felt strongly about producing original imagery that would represent queer and trans bodies and identities in a realistic, respectful, body positive way.
He Said/We Said brings you masculine-of-center interpretations of the last Band of Outsiders collection at a gorgeous old-time paper mill in Vermont.
“But for change to happen, for the community I want to grow, someone has to stay. Someone has to wear the flannel not just because of its function.”
“It was more like breaking off a cast than ripping off a Band Aid. In a mound of gauze and drape, I buried the certain kind of girl I could no longer relate to.”
In this edition of He Said/ We Said, dapperQ features the masculine gender queer style of some amazing queers in Toronto!