Gay updates on: Riverdale, Once Upon a Time, Life Sentence, 9-1-1, Legends of Tomorrow, The Fosters, and Grey’s Anatomy!
“The first girl I loved punched me in the face at recess in fourth grade.”
Tell us about what makes your hometown special and weird!
“Talk about draining conversations.”
For eight entire hours, Team Autostraddle is answering all of your questions! Advice, personal, professional, weird, normal, invasive, polite, every question!
What was the point?
Lez celebrate the Shi/Shi Union and these eight other sex toys designed and recommended especially with your lesbian sex needs in mind!
Unschooling, Emma González, an all-women motorbike community, decolonizing roller derby, more female doctors in gynecology YAY, lots of International Women’s Day content, and so much more!
So you want to host a trivia event for Autostraddle Meet-Up Month or really for any reason at all? Here’s how to make sure it’s a good one!
We are SO EXCITED to get nerdy with you!
Here are eight light-hearted books featuring queer women (mostly lesbian) characters of color. Some are YA, some are romance, and one is science fiction/fantasy. All are fluffy gay goodness!
And she has a Carol wall.
“Anissa has real game! She lowers her voice an octave, bites her lip even though no one can see it, and tells Grace how much she misses her. It’s sexy. So sexy. If Grace doesn’t call back by morning I am going to jump in my television ask Anissa out myself levels of sexy.”
An epic pop culture fix today: Ilene Chaiken’s lesbian root will be familiar to L Word Fans, Sara Ramirez talks about coming out bisexual, “Transparent” delayed ’til 2019 ’cause of Jeffery Tambor’s exit, the newest Vida trailer is even queerer than the first one, queer films at SXSW, “Dyke Central” and so much more!
Queer women of color dominated the Texas primary elections!
LGBT rights groups in Kenya have taken their cause to the courts, arguing that the criminal laws used to target them are a violation of constitutional rights.
Tegan and Sara’s keynote speech, a Desi feminist and DJ from Harvard samples some beats off my her phone, how augmented and virtual reality can be used in politics, how tech is helping the resistance and much more from Lesbians Who Tech!
“I’ve been thinking a ton lately about internalized ableism and homophobia.”
Everyone at the Oscars was just following Janelle Monáe and Tessa Thompson around and we’re so here for it.
“On what grounds?”