In the Turn is a documentary about a 10-year-old transgender girl who finds acceptance and empowerment in the company of queer roller derby collective, The Vagine Regime.
Andrea Gibson will be in San Francisco for two nights for double the feelings.
The conference price tag is pretty hefty, and it can be a stretch to land in New York City on a budget because you want to light your inner fire with sage wisdom and motivational quips. But it’s okay! There’s a free stream of the whole thing!
Saturday, September 20th, “Words With Girls” is premiering at HBO/BET’s Urbanworld Festival in New York.
The first-ever public monument to survivors is hitting the road. And I am absolutely recommending that you bear witness it.
LGBT people are leaving some of America’s famously gay neighborhoods but cool projects are highlighting feminism, queer families in children’s books, and masculine of center fashion.
Books about gay penguins make the Singapore government uncomfortable; also, discrimination against sex workers, trans people, and prisoners persists.
Exciting things are happening for LGBT people in the US, activists are critical of Pride, and there are tons of awesome events you should go to!
Now, I come bearing the ultimate gift: a selflessly and tirelessly compiled list of future Autostraddle Pride meet-ups that has all the information you’ll need to hop on this crazy train of life and ride it right into Hangin’ Out With Cool Strangers Or Maybe Event Old Friends station.
I’m leading a workshop on building a media company at BlogHer 2014, you should come! Also Kerry Washington and Tig Notaro and the “Everyone is Gay” girls will be there, so.
Fighting for rights, celebrating identities, raising money, listening to good music, and making powerful critiques–news as usual this week!
LGBT folks are fighting discrimination in the workplace, in video games and at Pride, oh my!
Autostraddle’s very own Robin Roemer has a new project that’s an old take on new media, and it’s charming as hell.
We need more queer people in hip-hop and fewer queer people in prison.
Meet some people, make some friends, pick up the new Veruca Salt. It’s a win-win.
Marissa Alexander needs to be free, Google needs to stop blocking the word ‘bisexual,’ and you need to see this cute pic of Shane.
Join me, Janet Mock, Ryka Aoki and Toni Newman in a conversation between trans women writers for Women’s History Month.
Once again, we are teaming up with our amazing friends at Babeland to host a night of sex positivity, complimentary cocktails and queer-friendly magic in New York City.
Sexism and homophobia are still serious problems, but queer folks are taking beautiful photos, Rachel Maddow tells Obama critics what’s up, Florida farmworkers are organizing for fair wages and better working conditions, and much more!
It took a village to ruin Russia’s stance on gay people, and it’ll take one to save feminism.