A whole week dedicated to your favorite bum-hugging clothesthings! We feel a lady is at her best when she’s not wearing pants. From boyshorts to thongs to edible panties to hoopskirts and history, we’ve got you covered. Just like your underwear.
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In this very special edition of Style Thief, I’ll strip some of my favorite queer women right down to their underwear.
When it comes to Bedroom-Type Objects That Double As Rations, there’s one offering that comes to mind.
In honor of Underwear Week 2013, Caro, The Lingerie Lesbian, tells us why she started her blog, which brands of lingerie are her favorites and offers some advice to girls who have to buy bras in sizes larger than a DD.
While the rest of Autostraddle talks about underwear, I will be talking about talking about underwear. You can’t hang out at the strip club all the time, you know?
Why buy underwear when you can make some?
Welcome to Idol Worship’s Underwear Week Edition! Speaking of which, I’m still inspired by how Bettie Page showed us her underwear so much.
It’s because of the real-life women who took enormous risks to their personal safety, and who physically fought to wear whatever undies, clothing and footwear they damn well pleased that we can have underwear week at all.
Pretty and practical, thongs are not the monster some paint them to be. It’s all about the details.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: I have worn the same brand and cut of underwear since 7th grade but this superhero underwear for ladies, featuring real women of note may finally convince me to leave Victoria’s Secret behind.
Lingerie that’s “designed to frame the erogenous zones instead of covering them up, highlighting your assets.” Mind = blown
Today, we’re making Silk Panties. Panties panties panties. Let’s make a vodka drink.
Underwear from lesbian fiction, a defence of reading, queer love letters, killer courses and more.
“Although bras and panties get the most love, there are so many other facets of lingerie: from corsets to pajamas, babydolls to blindfolds, garter belts to latex gloves. I’m ready to embrace all the variations.”
Just a couple of femmes talking about why we love the underwear we love and why you should look into loving it with us.
As a trans* chick with not much going on “downstairs” I’m intrigued with using strapons instead of my actual bits, just not sure how best approach it. Can anyone recommend harnesses with a little extra room in the crotch that won’t break the bank?
This week’s TIRTL includes a special Underwear Week section, as well as pieces on topics including Jehovah’s Witness, onscreen violence, sex abuse, robots, fan fiction, junk food and Alaska.
Time for a pants-off dance-off.
Bevin, AKA the sexy and talented Queer Fat Femme, is here to bring you the lowdown on plus size panties for all you grrrls and bois.
It’s time to tech your queer panties, because who doesn’t want panties you can control with a remote? Here’s three pairs of panties similar to the one’s we’ve recommended, the difference being that they buzz and you have to charge them every once in a while.
“I almost passed out the first time I bought boy undies. I wish that had been easier. I expected someone to shoot at me. Probably just refuse to sell to me, or laugh, really. But still. Racing heart, whole deal.”
A Girls-Gone-Commando gallery, plus french maids are desired, disabled people are sexy and the sex industry is booming!
What makes “men’s” underwear exclusively for men? Is it still men’s underwear if I’m wearing it? Answers: a) absolutely nothing and b) no, sir.
Founder of RodeoH harnesses Jennifer Weaver tells us everything there is to know about the RodeoH and then some, including how her mom’s 40+ years of crafting experience helped the product get born.
Boyshorts/Girltrunks 101: Including 78 boyshorts, girltrunks and boxer-brief suggestions for weirdos.