“megan rapinoe’s leather shorts and a tux jacket ONLY look is exactly what a 7 year old might negotiate to be able to wear to a fancy thing, and i love it.”
“Where do we stand on my confetti canon? Should I bring it to camp?”
“Relationship Milestone: Buying a two-pack of coconut oil to make vegan gingerbread for her, then never hanging out again.”
“Straighter than an arrow! Straighter than a ruler! Straighter than uncooked spaghetti! Straighter than your parents! Straighter than a 401k!”
“I’m calling it Carbmas now.”
Our radical history, straight parents and queer sex ed, “latinx” gets an official ruling, Cora Harrington, San Junipero, saying goodbye to Rookie, some architectural criticism, and more!
Pipkin’s into the treat bag again!
“Can we all just take a moment to appreciate the phrase ‘menstrual confetti?'”
Impress your tattoo artist, confront your braggy woke friend, leave your fiancee, plus two HR questions get answered by a real professional!
“All my favorite lesbian love stories start when the hats align.”
If ‘Cuddle Top’ is not already a thing, I will make it one.
“HOW ARE YOU CUTTING ONIONS IN MY APARTMENT FROM SO FAR AWAY”
In the grand scheme of things, we’re really all just here for Cate Blanchett’s boobs.
Crack me like one of your French pistachios.
If you’ve got people in your life who could use some help, Archie Bongiovanni and Tristin Jimerson have a brand new book that will explain how to use they/them and other gender neutral pronouns, and also why it’s so important.
There are over 80 queer and trans comics creators and illustrators to support on this list!
“In television, you either die a hero, or live long enough to become Ilene Chaiken.”
“Glad to see my initial horror at being sent from Autostraddle to an article titled “Murderer Fingered By Parrot” was at least partially misplaced.”
GALENTINE’S DAY IS OURS NOW.
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