Nature is healing.
Does anyone know what’s happening.
“Something I’m curious about is if straight coupling has always stood on a foundation of contempt. “
“To everyone’s credit, something they never tell you about as a child is the metaphorical cowboy snowman ready to do the devil’s bidding in a marriage, so who, really, is to blame here?”
Siri, play “The Despair in a Man’s Eyes (Ft. Woman’s Euphoric Denial)” at full volume.
It’s dark in here and I’m scared!
As always: is anyone okay?
The holidays have come and gone, but straight people? Oh, they’re still here. More than ever.
Guess who are still not okay?
Heterosexual tomfoolery round up!
“You can’t have a rulebook or a playbook for how to connect. When you’re queer, it’s about negotiating your own way, when the blueprint doesn’t work for you.” Fatimah Asghar discusses queerness, intimacy and her new short film Got Game, that you can watch exclusively on Autostraddle.
The ears on that dog! The dog under those ears!
In New York, every time you step out your door, human interaction is offered to you. The most magical thing about New York, about “High Maintenance,” about life has suddenly become a danger.
We are still here and there is still so much good in the world! Here are things to watch on a screen from your home — including Bad Bunny, Lizzo, and Trixie Mattel. Happy Sunday, babes!
How do two queer people still figuring out their sexualities, their genders, their shames, their traumas, their pasts, their futures, their vastly different presents make a relationship work?
Wanna watch a Netflix movie with lesbian, bisexual or queer characters? We’ve got your round-up of every Netflix lesbian movie currently streaming, broken down by whether or not it is good or sucks.
It was fascinating to watch a young white woman enter the home of two gay women of color and make a concerted effort to support them, without centering herself or her own personal experience.
This show forces straights to do what lesbians do all the time — talk about their deepest fears and feelings, endlessly.
A mini-edition of “Straight People Watch.” Also, Roxane Gay’s favorite things of 2019, menstrual cups can save you, and the history of Playboy’s first black cover girl.
“Okay so Christian Bale plays… Mr. Ferrari. And Matt Damon plays… Henry Ford?”