This isn’t about paparazzi stuff, these are actually some really beautiful/classic photos of some of the most famous people in the world. They really take you back to a totally different time… one that existed before the internet obvs.
Curious to see what other queer grrrls are wearing? Want some ideas of what to wear tomorrow? Does the term “hump day” make you uncomfortable? No? Well welcome to I’ll Have What She’s Wearing! where team style will be bringing you interviews and photos of real live gay chicas. Each week we’ll bring you a new girl! Clothed! And I know that doesn’t sound like the most exciting thing ever, but we beg to differ.
So many mysteries are solved this week: Where are all my friends and what is Mass Effect 2? How can I be on my computer and on the elliptical machine? Why did I get fired after Facebook-friending my HR manager? Read on!
Breaking down the Taylor Swift win and the Lady Gaga loss, with a Special Comment from Superfan Alex. Also; trouble for Naomi & Emily on this week’s Skins, the girl who plays Effy wishes she got to be gay too, a woman wins a directing award for the first time ever, and Tila Tequila quits twitter! For real!
It’s the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, and our first annual Grammy-Award-watching experience! We’ve got a drinking game and a casually updated live-blog of whatever happens after Lady Gaga performs. They give stuff out, right? Who knows!
So much random fun for today’s Sunday Funday – Saved by the Bell sex secrets revealed by Dustin Diamond, will the US move forward on DADT, Miss America, JD Salinger, Lifetime Network vs. Spike TV, gay activist dragged out of court, more Lady Gaga edibles, why’s everyone want us to have gender roles so bad, Angie/Gaga hookup nonsense, J-Lo, hot butts, librarians and more!
We asked; you answered. What do YOU think is sexy? Ass, lip-biting, bois, Bette Porter, southern accents and so much more. Plus; more vadge behavior, ipad porn, American Apparel’s Best Ass Contest and more!
Naomi and Emily are back! Laughing! Looking cute! Making out! Here’s a recap of the Skins season four premiere.
The Superbowl’s ad spots are in hot contention — and the recent acceptance of an anti-abortion ad and rejection of a gay dating ad have inspired a lot of controversy. But is the “true story” featured in the abortion ad even true? And is the gay dating ad company being honest about their motives too?
Life Magazine Presents Famous Literary Drunks & Addicts. Ayn Rand on speed, Burroughs on heroin, Dorothy Parker & Jack Kerouac drinking the drink, Louisa May Alcott on Opium and more! Also – who said, “I’m an alcoholic. I’m a drug addict. I’m homosexual. I’m a genius.” (and no it wasn’t Internicaine KC Danger).
Top Ten Desert Island Albums. GO! Intern Emily already did – find out which records she can’t live without, and why – from Death Cab and Tegan and Sara, to Sarah Mclachlan, Okkervil River and more. Plus, the top ten albums the rest of Audiostraddle can’t live without … what are your favorites?
iPad blues got you down? Maybe you just aren’t looking in the right place to find the device’s latent brilliance. Why the iPad’s app store is Apple’s ultimate ace in the hole.
Feltron’s 2009 Personal Annual Report
Evangelical preacher and “converted” sinner/homoesexual Ted Haggard’s wife has a new memoir, “Why She Stayed,” so the duo is back on TV, spreading their psuedo-love. And people seem to like it. Also; the ex-lesbian Mom is still on the run, has Twitter peaked?, a funny look at the iPad, nightclub Miami showdown, gay superbowl ads, and women who drink a lot!
You’ve all been so patient through 2 hours of Autostraddle downtime, the constant standing applause during Obama’s State of the Union address, and days & days of Prop 8 trial testimony. Well, you can finally rest now – it’s Hey Did You See That Comment Friday! The court hereby orders that you accept these Autostraddle comment awards, effective immediately.
As much as I love Netflix, their recommendation system doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me [a documentary about Crips and Bloods has been on my front page for days. ?.] What To Rent asks you a bunch of weird questions and then gives you pretty much exactly what you’re looking for. There’s […]
2009 was an epic year for Canadian synth poppers Dragonette, who released their second studio album ‘Fixin’ To Thrill’, did a world tour, and won Crystal’s heart during intimate set at her favourite lesbian club. Intern Emily and Crystal are here to tell you all about it.
J.D. Salinger, author of “Catcher in the Rye” and legendary recluse, dies of natural causes at the age of 91. Will death kill his well-cultivated privacy? How do we honor our literary idols using the same media machine employed to vaporize/idolize our dead celebrities & rock stars? Will we get to read all his unpublished books now? Why do some people feel entitled to that, or anything, from anyone who has passed away, ever?
Jess talks to polarizing musician Elizabeth Ziff: “Honestly, I’m queer more than I am gay. I’m peripheral. I’ve never been conformist, I’ve never been status quo, it’s never even entered my brain. I’ve been in a band for 25 years, that’s what I’ve done. Traveled the world, fucked, got wasted, been political, and created.”
Listen to the full audio of Howard Stern asking Rosie O’Donnell the questions Oprah would never dream of (including sex toy chat) on their Sirius simulcast, Sara Quin producing Hesta Prynn’s solo album, Kristen Stewart is twitchy indie it girl, Joy Behar starts a shitstorm by declaring gays aren’t monogamous, Mo’Nique says the Church and God loves the gays, Lance Bass goes Glambert, gay Mad Men actor/character is gone for good.