Figuring out how to use digital spaces is as powerful as living your best queer life, with certainty.
Here are five ways you can cope with the knowledge that a person you love is making a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad decision.
“Here are some strategies that I’ve developed in order to survive each new season of bodies doing things inside of lines.”
Here are some things to look out for when you are a bisexual polyamorous woman looking to start a relationship with an established couple.
I’ve been on both sides of the hiring table. I’ve been the one applying for a job and the one interviewing job applicants. Here’s what I’ve learned.
“So I’ve met someone new. And I’m wondering about my toys. I’ve heard it’s taboo to use the same toys on a new partner.”
Need help flirting “in a way that’s subtle enough to fly over a straight girl’s head, but be picked up on by LBPQ woman?” Read on!
In which we discuss the concept of safer dating.
You think someone is cute, and they think you’re cute, and you want to make them happy but preferably without being an awkward overeager weirdo. I feel you.
We ask Gay Nerd Cee Webster how to alter search or YouTube history if you’re logged onto your work account…and if that really matters at all.
The good news is: your wife’s new hip will probably make your sex life even better! Here’s some tips for easing back into it.
You can be poly and married and want to date, but no one will know what your deal is until you tell them, so tell them up front.
Quick and dirty advice for a brand new lesbian in Chicago, a small town bird who’s ready to be in the same room with her ex, and someone who’s tired of being The Gay One. Get in here!
What to do if your friends and family start asking about that new binder you’re wearing.
We’re here to talk about how to get out of credit card debt or, if that feels too big right now, how to manage your debt in such a way that it doesn’t keep you awake at night. Because neither you nor I are going to win the lottery tomorrow.
There is a world in which your nails do not bleed onto paper and you don’t want to cry from how much it hurts to do anything with your hands (which is a lot of things), and it is a world you could most definitely come to live in in time.
There is literally no incorrect way to do college and Autostraddle staff are the proof.
HOW WILL YOU EVER KNOW?
Autostraddle senior editors and Everyone is Gay gave advice to live audience members at A-Camp 2015. Listen to their hilarious and thoughtful words of wisdom to queer girl problems!
“What are you doing/do you want to do with your life? Sit with yourself, your love, your horrors, your victories, and your losses. Prioritize the answers to those questions that are not explicitly connected to a degree or career.”