Letter From Your Editors
Hello World Books!
Last week I wrote you from a mattress, this week I write you from my mother's kitchen table, which is also doubling as "my office." This is probably how Anna Wintour runs Vogue. Here are the team's Summer Looks!
1st row L to R: Lydia, Yvonne, Laura M, Mey, Heather2nd row L to R: Maddie, Hannah, Gabby, Ali, Rachel3rd row L to R: Carmen, Raquel, Carolyn, KaeLyn, Robin4th row L to R: Aja, Riese, Beth, Stef, Chelsey5th row L to R: Alex, Laneia, Audrey, Brittani, Nikki
So, I was out of town for a huge portion of July and now I'm in Michigan, which has really got me thinking about how pretty much all news media comes to you from a very limited number of cities — major national publications tend to be headquartered in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington DC or, occasionally, Chicago or Portland. Most cities and many towns are home to incredible local publications with national or international readerships, but publications with...
You've Reached A+ Content!
Reader support is the cornerstone of our business model and it enables us to keep this site and 99% of our content free for everyone. Although we’d never put up a paywall for anything we know is necessary to our community, we do provide bonus content for A+ members like this post, the A+ member advice column and our monthly behind-the-scenes newsletter. It’s our thank you to the A+ Members who are playing a key role in keeping independent queer media alive.
In 2020, 86% of our support came through readers who enable us to pay the incredible LGBTQ humans who make this community run. Your membership contribution helps us to do this.
You can become a member and join the community that keeps Autostraddle working starting at just $4 a month.
Every member makes a difference when it comes to helping Autostraddle thrive, build queer community, and be here for the next person who needs us.
Already a member? Sign in