What will you read in 2012?
As the sign outside a metro Boston liquor store once said, “Because holidays are for family.”
Why don’t you take a picture? It’ll last longer.
“Is there a way out? Yes, you could just not drink the wine, but I mean besides that.”
The one where nearly every single member of the Team discusses some of the best (Golden Girls) and most questionable (Grey’s Anatomy) TV shows out on DVD.
New study confirms that exercise lowers stress levels and makes you happier. Those of us who have witnessed that effect first-hand share our exercise routines and subsequent emotions. What do you do?
Cubbyhole, where everyone knows your name. (Featuring our “first gay bar ever” stories)
We are all made of masochistic kittens. Or are we?
In which we ask: How does your race and/or sexuality impact your feminist identity? Do you ever feel you have to “pick one”?
We finally wrote another roundtable, and it’s about feminism! This discussion is gonna take a while, so we’re going to start this by talking about how we first became feminists. Share your own experiences in the comments!
Dockers wants men to rediscover manliness and “wear the pants.” We would prefer a pantsless revolution. We got a mini-roundtable together to discuss advertising’s attempt to revive khakis, manhood, and the Dockers brand all at once.
What does a lesbian look like? Until a few years ago, mainstream culture was pretty sure they knew the answer to that question, even though they didn’t. The Autostraddle Roundtable tackles passing, why people can’t understand that lesbians can have long hair, and the relationship between gender, style, and sexuality.
You’ve heard the propose policies, the pundits, the fear-mongers, the critics and the cynics — now hear the people. Autostraddle talks about the future of health care with true stories from the unemployed, laid off, employed, students, underemployed, stuffed dogs, government-aided, Canadian, Australian, British (a boy, even!) and Intern Daphne from Belgium, Offering the Greatest Healthcare in the World.
Your real stories and tweets about when you knew you wanted to kiss other girls.
Our last installment of exciting and surprising stories of “When I Knew” – true lesbian awakenings … with an opportunity for you too to share your story!
When did you know you were gay? Kate McKinnon found her inner gay on the X-Files, Rachel Maddow used “rational deduction” — and Autostraddle presents our own personal stories of sexual awakening.
Riese tells one of many versions of her story, Laneia tells the whole truth and nothing but the truth. The latter is the most important thing we’ve ever published on Autostraddle.
Our very best stories of getting fired, quitting triumphantly, and moving forward during that recession thing everyone keeps talking about.
“To many young gay people, the passage of Prop 8 was shocking but not alarming,” writes Mark Harris in New York Magazine’s “The Gay Generation Gap,” published two weeks ago in the magazine’s special Pride Week Section. Harris continues: “It has jolted them into action, but one suspects it’s out of a Milk-fed belief that identity-politics activism can be ennobling and cool.” Ouch! One suspects that one is being unfair to us! One suspects that if we’ve managed to make activism “cool,” then that’s a BIG SCORE! — but wait. Before you get too excited (as we did), there’s no need to be offended ’cause this shit ain’t about you, woman! … so we decided to ask ourselves: Is there a Lesbian Generation Gap?” Special roundtable participants include Grace Chu of Grace the Spot, Haviland Stillwell and Riese’s Mom!
“Bookworm? Tomboy? Rule-Breaker? Felt like a changeling in your family? Women who answer yes to any of the above may feel instantly comfortable with the outsider status that more readily comes with that lesbian territory.”