28 very gay sports in very gay order.
Natalie chatted with Chelsea Bush, Kim McCauley, and Stephanie Yang about this weekend’s matchup, the Jaelene Hinkle controversy, and what’s in store for the USWNT at the 2019 World Cup.
The incredibly true adventure of one woman just trying to find a fcking menstrual cup that would work with her vagina. (Spoiler: she found one!)
In short, Zumba is a dance fitness class set to popular Latin music but honestly, for me, Zumba is more than just that, it’s given me life.
But the story of this match-up between the Storm and the Mystics started eight years ago.
The first “superfight” for women’s mixed martial arts is scheduled for the end of the year, heralding an explosive evening of sweat, blood, and tears — in Las Vegas, baby!
High school locker rooms don’t exactly scream comfort for anyone, but for LGBTQ youth they often present a whole new layer of issues.
Get bigger and stronger with this guide to putting on muscle mass.
The speculum hasn’t been meaningfully redesigned since the 1800s. These three women are working to change that, but they have a ways to go, needing to overcome medical barriers and focus on better health for queer and trans people. The good news? We can help!
What I’m getting at here is that staying grounded (even though it sounds like an oxymoron) gives you the ability to move.
Take this quiz so you can show up on the court and hype up your lesbianism to your fellow lesbian basketball players/lovers.
It’s UCONN, Notre Dame, Mississippi State and Louisville! Who you got?
You know what sport doesn’t get nearly enough recognition as a gay sport? CURLING.
Here’s an overview of the Women’s NCAA Tournament for fans and non-fans alike!
Okay, Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5, but with skiing and shooting. Think about it.
This workout has it all—cardio, weightlifting, rowing, kettlebells, and more—and you can do it indoors. It’s the perfect activity to get you through the winter weather and beyond!
Here are five out lesbian and bisexual women athletes from all over the globe to cheer for in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
The following are stories from LGBTQ people living with PMDD — how it manifests for us, what helps and what doesn’t help, and any challenges or opportunities we have found in seeking help.
A rundown of the more effective products I’ve tried, plus some common treatments that just did not work.
Yes, basketball is fun to watch (it helps that so many WNBA players are just dreamy). But it’s also fun to play! This edition of Gym Class will help you figure out which position you’re best suited for, learn the proper set up for shots, and try out some practice drills solo or with a partner.