“Despite the bleak prospects for queer rights in India, the support that we received last Sunday from the spectators at the NYC India Day Parade touched a chord in our hearts.”
There are about 5,000,000 things that annoy me about this city, but the redeeming factors are endless. The one constant thing that keeps me in love with New York is the food. I like to think I have quite a few signature spots now, and it’s rare that I even want to try hip new places anymore.
Now that it’s seasonally appropriate (by my terms) to talk about autumnal things, I’m going to talk your ears off about my almost favorite season!
“I had a dinner party at my new apartment the other night. By ‘dinner party’ I mean my girlfriend and my cousin came over and I made them scallion pancakes.”
NYC’s potential first female and gay mayor is a talented politician with a progressive background. But some question whether her policies and positions are really what the LGBT community needs.
There’s a lot going on at The Dalloway this week so Team Autostraddle NYC decided to finally tell you what we think about the fancy lesbian hotspot. Spoiler alert: We’re digging the new girl in town.
Meet Allie Leepson and Jenny McClary, the founders behind veer nyc, a start-up fashion retail company that promises “androgyny curated for women, by women.”
Stick to your plan to get more involved in your community this year and join your fellow queers for an evening of readings, performances, and music celebrating Astraea’s Lesbian Writer’s Fund.
Considering Chloe Sevigny, Justin Vivian Bond and Eileen Myles are already scheduled to read at this free event, I assume I’ll being seeing you there?
“Power and privilege is about who gets to speak and who is listened to.”
“it’s not a fashion show, it’s a show about fashion”