Jess sits down with Lucia Gerbino, owner of Lucky Dog Leather to find out the secret behind the unofficial wardrobe to the celesbians.
Curve Magazine says a country music singer will come out on the cover of their June issue. The Examiner says that it’s Chely Wright coming out in Curve. Curve says The Examiner is just speculating. Our money’s on Oprah.
I’m swooning for the HTC Evo 4G, but could Apple’s next iPhone change the game? Get your scorecards out- this is a veritable showdown between Sprint’s Evo 4G and the iPhone of the future (or the summer).
Meaghan O’Malley started The Fiercegrrl Fund after her friend Nicole, a fellow queer crafter, had been diagnosed with Stage IIIc ovarian cancer. Nicole is only 26 and obviously can no longer work, which means she needs your help. There are a few things you can do and I fully expect you to do them because […]
The long hard march towards a DADT repeal continues, as do the chained-to-the-white-house-fence arrests — and Defense Secretary Gates saying repealing DADT would be a bad idea. Also, potential progress for gays in immigration reform and Olson and Boies get the shoutout they deserve!
People Magazine has released exclusives from Chely Wright’s coming out story (that means it’s really true)! Also; a lesbian party in Malaysia, blogging against disabilities, OutMedia’s big winner, the importance of body image issues to the feminist movement, the gay boy crowned prom king, blogging against ableism and more!
If you’re alive, then you probably own Spice World on VHS. Unfortunately computers have taken over our lives and VHS players have become virtually extinct. Luckily Hulu know’s that everyone is a nine year old girls at heart, which is why they are playing Spice World for free! Enjoy!
Jonsi came to my town last night and I couldn’t go because I spent all my money on taxi cabs the previous night. Regardless, I can’t stop listening to his new album ‘Go’. Listen to the entire record on his website and his cover of MGMT’s “Kids”. If you’re a fan of Sigur Ros (if […]
Remember the psychotic lesbian maid from the Alfred Hitchcock movie, Rebecca? No? Well, her name is Mrs. Danvers. Much like their namesake, Mrs. Danvers the band are queer, a little peculiar, and slightly unnerving, but in a really, really good way. Music writer Corey talks to the girls about their music, influences, Anamaniacs and their plan for domination in 2010.
Time to play some catch-up! Soooo… Xtina and Gaga and gimp suits, oh my! What did you think of the video for “Not Myself Tonight?” We have a better music video with girls kissing in it anyhow. What about Obama’s bit at the White House Correspondents Dinner? Chris Colfer talking to Ellen about Lady Gaga!? Gaga amputation rumors are discussed! We bring you a new artist with portraits of trans people, and probably the best thing Paris Hilton has ever done.
Does the Tribeca Film Festival debut “Boogie Woogie” really feature “the year’s first hot lesbian sex scene”? (Perhaps…) Erotica sales outpace the rest of the publishing agency, an interesting Oxford sex survey, lovers in the backseat, time travel to where the bois are, sex-positivity, porn industry people speak out against piracy, and more lesbian sexy sunday!
We were in the middle of writing a post about all the country music singers who might be coming out on May 5th if it’s not Shelby Lynne when another website came out with another tip: country crooner Chely Wright. Ready, all you Whos down in Whoville?
How the totally false Lindsay Lohan HIV rumor got started and why everyone needs to give that girl a f*cking break. Also; a writer goes undercover at Christian Gay Conversion camp, The Boondocks premieres, THE MARBLE FAUN from Grey Gardens gets his own documentary (and he’s gay!), and the redheaded soldier from the GaGa in Afghanistan video has two mommies!
Meet Alison, our Miss May Autostraddle Calendar Girl! Alison can write a killer paragraph about nuclear fusion and looks damn good in the shower.
It was a fun week full of sunburst vaginas, Julie & Brandy’s hilarity, feminism, and lots & lots of lists! Let’s celebrate with some comment awards!
We finally wrote another roundtable, and it’s about feminism! This discussion is gonna take a while, so we’re going to start this by talking about how we first became feminists. Share your own experiences in the comments!
All the young gays are celebrating in Seattle, uprising in NYC, dancing in Rutgers (and our strai army allies are dancing homosexily in Afghanistan!), taking back the night in WI, speaking against violence in CA, hosting Dan Choi at Harvard, and more! Also; Hawaii passes civil unions (the bill now goes to the governor), a lesbian stabs her ex, trans identity & faith & Laura Bush’s memoir on the 2004 debates around same-sex marriage.
Do you watch Doctor Who? I do. A lot of it, in fact. So I’m here with seven reasons why you should be watching it if you’re not. I’ll be covering “New Who,” which returned to the air in 2005 after a 16 year hiatus, but there’s 26 seasons of Classic Who to brush up on.
It’s been a week since we first weighed in on “Who’s coming out May 5th in People Magazine?” and now basically the entire internet has an opinion on Who Will Be America’s Next Top Gay or Lesbian Superstar. If you wanna win the coming out office pool, put your money where ours is — on a country music singer hitting the road with tears, lies and alibis.
The three girls accused of trying to throw their lesbian friend off a cliff on the Day of Silence go to court and get charges reduced to a misdemeanor. Also: gay iphone apps, lots of feminist revelations, DC mayor (accidentally?) honors an ex-gay activist, lesbian teacher fired, “how do you know you’re trans?”, and coming out in college.