‘Tis the season to get cute and cozy.
No one should wear pants that are any color but teal from this day forward. Thank you for complying with this new law I just made up.
To all of our mommis, mommi fans, confused bystanders watching this all go down, as well as those thinking about dabbling: this one’s for you.
Sleep apps, French girl skincare, and some truly adorable watercolors!
From makeup and skincare products to statement tees and accessories, I’m confident that you’ll find more than a few items on this list to love. Also, almost everything is under $45.
What’s better than a great pair of ankle boots? A great pair of ankle boots made for queers by queers!
This post is just *brimming* with them.
They’re like enamel pins but for your head.
The colorful tees, sweatshirts, jewelry, and bags look — and do — good.
There’s one thing I’m not chill about and that thing is autumn.
Keepin’ it warm. Keepin’ it cool.
Gender Free World’s cuts accommodate large hips, busts, and more — not because they want a world without gender, but because they don’t think your gender should restrict your fashion choices.
“Mom in the streets, Mimi from rent in the sheets”
For Halloween or for every day, here’s how to stitch up a look inspired by your favorite fictional queer women.
Most of my button-downs come from the men’s section, so they’re not made for busts like mine. Luckily, with practice and perseverance, I’ve figured a few things out.
Halloween is almost here! Here’s how to nail the look of your favorite characters from this year’s TV shows, movies, and video games.
Do you like sex? Do you like awesome minimalist jewelry? I have some news for you!
By now you’re familiar with early 20th Century writer, photographer, traveler, and all-around superbabe Annemarie Schwarzenbach. Hmm, you may be thinking, do I want her, or do I want to be her? If the latter is at least part of your answer, you’re in luck.
What to wear when you don’t want to channel Leather Mommi Barbie.
A bunch of everyday items for clueless queers like me who want to feel confident, look cute, and — most importantly — be comfy.