This week, Kristin is live from Pittsburgh!
If this is a thing you want, you can do it in 2019! This is our year! I believe in you / us / our ability to not get married on the third date.
Get in here and get the goods on Kristin’s revamped series! (Get it? Vamped? Like Buffy the Vampi—oh, just get in here.)
Hello it’s me, your supportive fun friend who thinks you’re literally the greatest hottest person on the whole goddamn planet.
Love and sex and internalized homophobia and, yes, straight girls.
So you’re not looking for anything new… but something has got to change for you to feel more fulfilled in this relationship.
Sleep is the magic pill. Gotta get in on that.
Happy Thanksgiving from Sam the Cat!
“I just had a crush on myself for like, a month.”
Mary and Kristin talked about a million different topics, giggled a lot, and almost made microwave popcorn. Mary also performed a brand new poem, gave a lot of advice, and left a lipstick kiss on Kristin’s bedspread.
This week Kristin’s in bed solo to give advice about getting a parent up to speed on what it means to have a non-binary kid, crushes, friendship, Judith Butler, and so much more! Sam the Cat makes a cameo too, obviously.
This week Kristin got in bed with Autostraddle senior editor Heather Hogan to talk about queer representation on teevee, spirituality vs. religion and, of course, cats. (And beer.)
Do you know what a clitoris looks like? You will after you watch this video! Learn about clits and so much more by getting in bed with Kristin and Sophia Wallace!
Shane McCutcheon self-sabotages, Emily Fields co-depends, Cheryl Blossom is scared to commit — and a team of real live functional adult queer women are here to help.
There are few better paths to saving the republic than getting your fellow Americans registered. But where do you even start? Right here!
What I’m getting at here is that staying grounded (even though it sounds like an oxymoron) gives you the ability to move.
So far away! Courtney Trouble gets blunt about LDRs.
You and your girlfriend don’t have to have sex unless you both want to have sex, no matter how long you’ve been dating. But also if you DO wanna have sex while respecting your history of trauma, here are some tips!
The inevitable list of ways to wear bandanas.
“It’s so important to learn lessons from past loves without them negatively affecting or preventing us from being able to give our all to future loves. How to do that, though, is so difficult, and I guess is the work of being human.”