Plus: Wildfang activism, not ALL Geminis, elderly lesbians watching Hayley Kiyoko, and hero queer teachers.
Squirting is real, it is possible to have a successful long-distance relationship, Fanny Hill’s unapologetic lust and more.
I made this, closed my eyes, took a bite, and immediately felt transported far far from here. It tastes nothing like home and that’s exactly what I needed and intended.
“Why? Aren’t you all about the gay stuff?”
Plus updates on Claws, Mi Familia Perfecta, and Ackley Bridge!
Topics include Netflix, a convenient dinner, surprisingly a lot of hockey, SKAM Austin, Queer Eye, chicken tenders, kissing, the new Mormans, Netflix, Vice, OneTaste, and more!
Do you have a crush or two or three right now? Who is making your face light up when their name shows up on your phone screen? Do you love crushes or absolutely HATE them? I want to hear it all!
“I was intrigued when I saw the phrase ‘DM Culture,’ until I realized they didn’t mean Dungeon Master.”
A journey from Frasier Crane through What’s That’s Smell to Seed Frisbee.
I feel like I am not the only one here crying about my gender, and you should know a) that you’re not alone and b) sheet masks can help.
It’s fun to delete stuff. Plus: feminist zine culture, a Lumberjanes quiz, the 2017 VIDA count results and more.
Red lipsticks, coffee soda, Sephora’s beauty class for trans women, American Girl dolls, Steph Beatriz, soap operas, Janelle Monáe, Hannah Hart, a stone femme, and so much more!
“How many lives has Autostraddle changed? How many lives has it saved? Thanks, Riese.”
In this sex diary: a single femme sets herself a masturbation challenge. New sex toys, late-night porn, learning to feel free and more.
Get bigger and stronger with this guide to putting on muscle mass.
Plus a new music video for Hearts Beat Loud, gayness abounds in Incredibles 2, a powerful interview with Janelle Monáe, Lena Waithe continues to receive all the awards due her, lesbianism cut from Jurassic World, One Day at a Time and Vida stars team up to stop this family separation bullshit at the border, and Margaret Cho doesn’t understand why everyone’s still grappling with her bisexuality.
Season two has figured out what to do with Jane, but it would be cool if it could also figure out what to do with Adena.
An understanding of the leather community can help us co-exist, share spaces and celebrate all of the different ways to live queer lives.
Also, baby Evan Rachel Wood takes the stage and everybody’s getting Kehlani tattoos.