“I’m seventeen and I’ve already gone through my queer angst – and it kills me to see this kid alone almost all the time, they always look miserable and it reminds me of me a couple of years ago.”
We are going down… on vaginas.
In which we discuss the pros and cons of double-ended dildos at length.
Fortunately, people DO come with a user manual, you just have to verbally speak it into existence.
“Is there a way to feel that passion and craziness again after 2.5 years together?”
As a trans* chick with not much going on “downstairs” I’m intrigued with using strapons instead of my actual bits, just not sure how best approach it. Can anyone recommend harnesses with a little extra room in the crotch that won’t break the bank?
“Am I allowed to tell my girlfriend that I would like to have sex more often? If so, how?”
“I’d like to see if porn does anything for me, would you have any (ethical, lesbian) recommendations for the first try of a young adult with an eye for the femmier?”
“Help! I just got a strap-on and it turns out I’m not so skilled at using it (yet). How do I learn?”
“I’ve been hanging out/ hooking up with this girl for about a month. I have her pretty figured out physically and can get her off fairly quick, but the same can’t be said about her. I don’t have a problem with it, but it’s starting to make her upset. Help.”
“How do I deal with an assault that wasn’t rape? How can I keep from feeling like my assault is being minimized?”
To leave or not to leave, that is the question.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: A career fair at the LGBT Center in NYC and the chance to see Autostraddle’s Carly speak on a panel? Hello Monday, you’ve never looked so good!
You and your ex are going to the same social event? You should probs read this first.
In which we discuss how to come off a plane and greet your sweetie without looking like an oily zombie.
In which we discuss if and when you need to tell a partner about your eating disorder.
Your parents don’t know what to say, your girlfriend wants to take things slow, and also you’re a virgin who can probably drive.
Moving back in with your parents after college because you’re unemployed can feel like the end of the world, but is probably not actually the end of the world.