I made a friend! And a blue cake to celebrate!
We’ve got cosmonauts, laundry tips for misandrist vampires, and a lot of puns about those fellows at Pompeii — too soon?
This April’s event will cater to those Lovely, Luscious, Ladies who are 40+. Don’t be shy, it’s your time to shine. We hope you’ll join us on Thursday, April 27 at Redline Gay Bar and Lounge in Downtown Los Angeles for this special evening!
We’ll be using an exciting, high-tech new way to help you meet new people and possibly even find that someone special! Our advance software will allow you to specify preferences/characteristics which you find desirable in a woman. If you build it, she will come. You’ll go on a series of mini-dates with multiple women, and you can choose whether you’d like to get to know them better afterwards as friends or dates.
And of course like always we encourage you to stick around afterwards so you can continue to mingle and meet each other in a low-key community environment.
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to socialize with other like minded and like aged women.
Registration will be from 7-7:30pm with the event starting at 7:30pm. The event will go to 10pm and we’ll have an intermission in the middle. While we encourage you to arrive during registration, latecomers are always welcome!
Redline Gay Bar and Lounge is located in Downtown Los Angeles. There are scattered parking lots in the area and some street parking but we strongly suggest utilizing uber, lyft or a cab as transportation.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Tickets are on sale now! $25 in advance. $30 three days til event. $35 day of and at the door.
The A-Camp dance theme this May is Heaven is Place On Earth, so I want to see everyone in their best Billy Idol, Rhythm Nation, Whitney Houston, Jennifer Beals, Ronald Reagan, Paula Abdul, Jem & The Holograms drag.
Do you want to go to A-Camp in an Outplay Swimsuit? Well, guess what; Outplay wants that for you too! Check out this Campership, y’all!
We’ve got Mike Pence as the Demagorgon, leprosy-based seduction (like you do), and threesomes with your boss!
I’ve been resuming a lot of childhood activities recently: going to concerts, playing video games, reading books for hours, spending time outdoors, shopping in the boys’ department at Gap Kids. Anyone else? Get in here and tell me about it!
“If I approached everything in life with the same determination and speed I put into changing into pajamas after work, I would be a highly productive person”
It was both the best idea and the worst idea I’ve ever had.
It’s time it’s time! Help us make a new gallery for the month of April!
Have you ever had ghosts? Have you recently pranked your friend to little or no response? What else is going on with you? Did you see Big Little Lies? Who’s got a picture of a dog or cat for me? Let’s hang out in this post all day.
Pickles and bee butts and rumors, oh my!
A-Camp 8.0 is six weeks away — and there’s still spots left if you wanna come! — which means we’re in full-fledged nostalgia and anticipation mode. Hop on in, read about camp, and if you’ve been, let us know which one was *your* favorite!
Campership alert! Catalyst Wedding Co. wants to give one lucky camper full funding to attend A-Camp 8.0!
Come over for a chill movie night with some cool people AND ALSO A DOG. This month we’re watching Stick It, a cinematic MASTERPIECE. Popcorn and sweets will be provided, bring whatever else you’d like!
I think a lot of us are a little sick of the kind of Great that certain unnamed people are trying to make America. So for one night only, it would be our honor if you joined us to Make America Great Britain Again!
It’s another community gallery! What were we all up to on those March Friday nights? I’ll tell you, it did involve some cute cocktails.
We’ve got gal pals, space nuns, life in Gilead, and lots of important thoughts on Lauren Morelli’s wedding cape!
What’s the thing you’re looking forward to that’s getting you through the day, the month, the year? Get in here and tell me about it!
TGIF/F is a multi-fandom, femslash convention designed to build connections, encourage discussion, and celebrate the media and characters we love.
Founded in 2015, TGIF/F provides a safe space for online friends to meet in person and foster new relationships across fandoms both young and old. We celebrate many different kinds of relationships between women, whether officially established onscreen or celebrated by fans through subtext. Together, our voices demonstrate a true demand for femslash representation in media. And best of all, the community we build creates lifelong relationships and a true sense of belonging.