Chloe’s beauty is beyond compare, with flaming locks of auburn hair, with ivory skin and eyes of dark coffee. And Intern Grace? Well, her smile is like a breath of spring, her voice is soft like summer rain and no one can compete with her, yipee!
Meet the first of our 2014 calendar girls! Cynthia will warm your icy winter heart with giant, delicious flowers and her sunny/sexy good looks.
“Rachel Maddow is actually really sweet in person. Like, really really sweet.”
Anyone who is interested in intersectionality, anti-colonialism, and just regular rattling of the cage of mainstream norms, this is for you.
Do you have tickets to the gun show? Let’s wrap up this year in a neat little bow with December’s calendar girl, Christina!
And you thought November was nothing but cold and rain? Meet Alana and Julie!
Jamie’s Team Pick: “Her paintings capture queer sexuality in an honest, sensual way I find both striking and refreshing.”
Have you always wanted to grace the pages of an Autostraddle Calendar? Now’s your chance to apply!
Who needs fall foliage and pumpkin spice lattes when you’ve got KP and Michelle? Happy October!
A decade before Rosie, Rockwell was painting the girls who were destined to become riveters.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: Sophia Wallace believes “the world is illiterate when it comes to women’s bodies” but she’s decided it’s time for us all to get Cliterate.
Meet Miss September!
Oh you thought only one person at a time could be a Calendar Girl? Think again — Joanna is an Olympic paleo CrossFit nerd and Mary will help you move and train your dolphin.
If you like books and street photography, UNYPL is going to be your new happy place.
The Sketchbook Project is “a traveling library created by thousands of people from across the globe,” and I think you should sign up to participate.
Were we ever so young? “Testimony” is here to tell us we were (and it was actually kind of okay.)
Brittany is a caring nurse on her way to the top and a gymnast with a penchant for handstands. You’d better be able to throw a football!
Queer photographers Yael Malkas and Cait Oppermann are going backpacking through Europe and making a queer photography book out of it. Help fund queer art!
Laura’s Team Pick: This stuff takes that whole “life imitates art” thing to the next level.
“This project is about teenage girls and young women at a transitional time of their lives, alone in the privacy of their own personal space and surroundings: their bedroom, a womb within the outside world.”