That’s it, I’m dating myself.
What to do when a temporary situation starts looking like a permanent personality trait.
May-December (or even May-October) romances can present occasional challenges, they can also be awesome.
Advice for people who have HPV, boobs and a lack of autonomy. This one’s kinda long so you may need to grab a snack. THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID.
In which you need your girlfriend to know you’re not about to leave her for a dude.
“Two or three things I know, two or three things I know for sure, and one of them is that if we are not beautiful to each other, we cannot know beauty in any form.”
Welcome to the mainstream, for better or worse.
Rachel’s Team Pick: Finally, something to do with all your ex’s stuff.
Remember that time we told you 60% of heterosexual women were attracted to other women? Yeah that’s not true and it’s one of many numbers/statistics we’ll be discussing today!!
“Like if the physical, emotional and cerebral feelings of cuddling were smashed together and then spread across your bed.”
This Just In: I’m a Lesbian Pillow Princess, I Married a Lesbian and “My First Time”!
Want to check the mimicry between you and your romantic interest? There’s an app for that.
We’re 99% sure it’s not Ilene Chaiken.
This is how we do it, it’s Sunday night and I’m feeling right, the party is here on the Lez Side.
Team Pick: New York Magazine Sex Diaries are queer sometimes.
“Sleeping Around: a new column documenting my sexual conquests, emotional bitch-slaps, carnal fumbles, and relationship follies.”
Brittani’s Team Pick: “Desire is natural, but navigating the contemporary world of sex is an acquired skill.”
Yup it’s true, straight girls wanna make out with you.
“After they leave, she’s quiet. She plays me Ani DiFranco songs on her guitar.”
If there is one thing lesbians love more than cats and beanies, it’s talking about their feelings.