How to wear this season’s (probably) hottest trends — if instead of wearing any other clothes you just really want to wear bodysuits.
What I wore on Election Day and Post-Trump.
I think you could style your hair like Dolly Parton and people on Kentucky front porches and in Kentucky truck beds would still call you a dyke in that horrible ugly tone that only bigots can growl with.
On the fence about your next outerwear move? No worries, we’ve got you.
Why not bring the fight to them? Wear your heart and your guts and your politics on your sleeve. And across your chest, and on your head.
You can wear this GET IT TOGETHER t-shirt on days when you’re Scorpin’ Out.
“Embracing accessibility begins with representation.” Here, Kay Ulanday Barrett, QueenTite and Jax Jacki Brown explore queer communities, accessibility, and who is deemed fashion-able.
Be a winner. Be a star. Be happy to be who you are. But also this Halloween, try to be Shania. Because she’s a queen.
Not moved by the costume spirit this year (or ever)? We’ve got some footwear alternatives for you, boo.
This week: I dress up as Carol Aird to go to Target, get sporty and outdoorsy to go to the doctor, and, yes, revisit the tire shop.
This summer we saw the release of a new iconic lesbian film starring four women who are just perfect for a group costume this year. That movie is Suicide Kale.
There are so many things you can queer your life with: chokers, buttons, zines, prints, coffee mugs, shirts! Everything you can’t find at a thrift store, you can find on Etsy.
Costume advice from someone who takes Halloween costumes way too seriously!
Watch out, 2016! Hillary’s on the rise and so are you – straight through some glass!
Queer Fashion Week in Oakland, CA was full of beautiful humans and powerful fashion. Take a look!
As you walk down the street, every blonde, blue-eyed farmer’s daughter (there are so many farmer’s daughters) you see smiles and says “hello!” only to follow up with “don’t go into the woods, there are strange women in the woods” in a hushed voice as they walk past you.
You love Native designs, support racial justice, and want to contribute to the growth of Native fashion and communities? You’re in luck!
We’re collaborating with Venezuelan design and clothing company Sorte Tienda to bring handmade, screenprinted, and very queer t-shirts into your life.
Last week, Molly accompanied LA-based Stuzo to New York Fashion Week’s largest queer fashion show, iD, presented by dapperQ.