Emily Yoffe isn’t alone! A lot of advice columnists have terrible opinions that they’re excited to share with bisexuals.
Sofia Vergara was literally put on a pedestal, and Modern Family beat Orange Is The New Black.
Boy do y’all love to read about rope bondage!
The shiniest things you need to know to enhance your (already excellent) crushing on Lucy Lawless.
Here’s how I pull off false célébrité to ensure that when I go out to eat, I’m at the VERY LEAST treated like a rich white woman.
“Fried chicken fixes most problems, especially ones involving sad soft toast.”
Oh hey were you wondering where to get brunch? Maybe like the weekend of the 23rd and 24th?
No seriously, pretty much Gavin McInnes is the only one who can truly understand why Terry Richardson is misunderstood, rape culture is NBD, and transphobia saves trans people from themselves.
“I HOPE IT DIES ABORNING.”
Xena and the Xenaverse may be long dead, but lesbians can survive for years on subtext alone.
They’re from all over the globe kickin’ ass and takin’ names one record at a time. Hear them. See them. Support them!
We are in need of a new fabulous advice columnist, and one who is living the daily work of navigating queerness.
You’re either with me or against me.
With new books by Roxane Gay, Hannah Hart, Sarah Waters, Radclyffe and more, there are lots of things to read and talk about.
Fifteen badass ladies in the history of computers and the web and the badass things they did.
There is no discernible theme.
Eight of our favorite lady-bosses and an inspirational playlist for all you bosses out there.
“For the first time in my life, a teacher calls me out on sleeping in class when I’ve been awake the whole time. I’m surprised it hasn’t happened earlier, because kids have made fun of my eyes since preschool.”
What if you could have all the sugar highs (and lows) of baking without having to go through all the steps of traditional blending wet into dry ingredients and waiting to cool before frosting? What if you didn’t even have to turn your oven on?
Dark chocolate makes life a little more bearable.