Sexy poetry, slow reading, an independent bookstore road trip, new old classic YA and more.
There’s something strange about ending a journal.
In which we learn about the basics of privilege, oppression, and what they have to do with each other.
“The show that likely influenced my decision to write was Boy Meets World, because when it started, I literally didn’t understand that it was scripted. I thought some kid named Cory Matthews had people follow him around all day and film his life.”
If you want to reminisce about your teenage summers, enjoy a good book or just a good cry, This One Summer is the book for you.
Sexy infographics, new poly relationships, porn site banners, four types of spanking, five types of orgasms and more.
Damn the man, save the internet!
“Wouldn’t you rather join me in an adventurous 4-hour bus ride to a small town diner?”
At the end of the day it’s all bout the lumps.
Some funny stuff, some serious stuff, and some funny yet serious stuff. A moody party, indeed.
Are the pages of your journals festooned with book titles? Mine are.
I’m gonna take a punt before I’ve even shuffled my cards and tell you that no – you’re not unlovable. No way. I think we can all agree, I don’t need a deck of cards to tell you that. You are 100% lovable, just like ALL Autostraddle readers.
What if we just talked about ALL THE SONGS AT ONCE?!
Relationship rules, romantic friendships, g-spot play and more.
It’s just awesome to be able to point at a very visible, recognizable and powerful government position that is based on having a massive amount of technology knowledge and say “LOOK WE EXIST LOOK LOOK LOOK.”
The second vignette in a series of moments walking the intersection of queerness and depression.
A library in a taxi, imaginary meals, must-read books by trans women and by or about queer Canadians, surpassing diversity checkboxes and more.
Today, we appropriate the norms of Buzzfeed to learn more about ourselves as journalers and humans.
This is bad feminism. And we are better for it.