Let’s keep it casual.
We’re not suggesting that if you’d just shop queer, all will well, but if you’re burning some cash on retail therapy anyway, you might as well support queer folks running these small businesses!
I’m thankful for visibly queer black women like Crystal Anderson who make me feel less alone. Thank you. Thank you for doing the hard work it takes to be who you want and then, on top of that, sharing yourself so we can see it.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and we are reminded that sustainability is inherently queer. The movement won’t — and can’t — continue without the queer community.
Who’s got dry hands WE’VE ALL GOT DRY HANDS
“I wanted to stay, but I had to return to my reality. Now I imagine the stillness I felt when I was in the bed that I loved, in the city that I miss, and stay hopeful that I’ll be able to feel it all again soon.”
A comfy and sensual off the shoulder moment. The small luxury of a matching set. We’re going to be inside for a while, spoil yourself in the ways that you can :)
Newly single? Read this first.
I channeled what Janet Jackson as an adult Penny from “Good Times” would wear in 1976 when coming home to visit for Easter (complete with what she might steal from her mama’s closet).
Do you remember that 1999 MTV VMA performance with N*SYNC & Britney Spears? I do, very vividly. So I raided my closet, completed my to-do list, and then made out with a pretty girl as a reward.
The L Word: Generation Q featured ten jumpsuits in eight episodes of its triumphantly stylish first season. By popular demand, we have produced for you how to get a similar look for your own self.
“The first thing you see Finley in is her Wildfang popsicle underwear. That was an intentional and immediate call out to her character.”
We’re bringing back the iconic Autostraddle series “What I Wore” – now starring Shelli Nicole! Join the ride as she navigates fashion as a black femme and finding what makes her feel … well… HOT.
They’re beauty and they’re grace, they’re puppers from outer space!
I’m a big fan of coffee dates. When I think of my favorite coffee shops, my mind conjures up warmth and texture. Taking inspiration from that feeling, I put together two outfits, paying special attention to texture and flow.
The babe behind the buckles is Emma Alamo — a queer creator, a recovering alcoholic, a proud power bottom and business owner with serious hustle. Emma welcomed me into her studio and talked about social media, body image and building a career selling bondage gear.
By making a few careful swaps, you can stay comfortable in what you’re wearing without sacrificing any style points.
No, but really, who can be trusted in a CVS?
Deciding how formal an event will be is something more of an art than a science in 2019, here’s how to mix and match to the find right look for every occasion.
Whatever your feelings about consumerism and capitalism, we think that you’ll agree — it would be great if some of those funds found their way into people of color owned businesses and communities. Spread the joy of economic responsibility, racial justice — and really cute earrings — this holigay season.