These songs are essentially our generation’s “feel a little poke coming through” in “Too Close” by Next.
Why work up an (additional) sweat/settle for someone else’s idea of what’s tasty when you can make your very own delicious frozen treats?
Some of these boardgames have individual winners at the end, some don’t, but all allow you to band together for a short time and take on a much more manageable enemy than “hate,” “the patriarchy,” and “the rest of the whole damn world.”
Spend time alone and exalt in your own company. Make your own decisions and order your own dinner and dream your own dreams.
How to find a place to donate blood, overcoming perfectionism, pet CPR, a cuddle alarm, and more.
Making an appearance: the turquoise ring.
Before Ghostbusters arrives in theaters and ushers in the Matriarchy and destroys all evidence that men ever existed in movies or in real life, let us celebrate the best ghosts.
Which witch is which?
Let’s talk about (excessive) sweat, baby.
Some of these salads are sweet, some of these salads are spicy, all of these salads will impress your summer crush at that gay picnic you’re going to.
I can believe in aliens, but I cannot believe that the lady with the mullet who lives in the woods with her young female assistant and trains dogs is straight.
“I will lick that shit out of any allegedly “empty” sauce container of aioli regardless of its size in comparison to my tongue and how many people watch in horror or confusion when I refuse to let its gelatinous goodness remain clinging to the sides of its serving dish where it would otherwise remain unused, unwanted and unappreciated.”
Just because you aren’t on the Mountain right now doesn’t mean you can’t be a part of your very own music and magic making group of friends. I promise you won’t regret it.
Getting back in touch with old friends despite awkwardness, what to do if you’re being underpaid, freshening up your mattress, organizing your tea and more!
14 recipes for leftover crawfish boil tails hanging out in your freezer.
Autostraddle has been around for SEVEN years, and we’ve been making playlists that whole damn time!
“Put a rainbow on it”
Imagine queercrip figures that resist limited notions of embodiment and medical pathology, and demand more expansive understandings of disability, gender and sexuality.
I think the analog-digital tension is pretty common in our generation. I found a couple of things to ease that tension — tools and toys that satisfy the need for both physical and cyberspace.
Because the world sure as hell isn’t telling me my body matters. And having nondisabled friends who do, who affirm me precisely for standing out, means I don’t have to accept pity masked as kindness.