Seize control of your image! Be hot as a form of revenge! Do it for you! Just feel good about something in a time when it’s so easy to feel bad about everything!
Since 2016, the bisexual bob has been taking the bisexual world by storm. But where did this alternative lifestyle haircut begin? And where, pray tell, is it going?
“Occasionally I wake up looking like a teen heartthrob on the cover of Tiger Beat circa 1997, like a Home Improvement-era Jonathan Taylor Thomas”
In tribute to Lena Waithe, a few Autostraddle staffers got together to share the moment when they decided to cut their hair short.
Whether you just got a short haircut, you’ve had one for many years, or you’re thinking about a change, this post might help you make sense of your mane.
Boston, the ‘wilderness’, DACA recipients, a witch for your dread, fragile opinionated men, Toronto’s missing LGBT residents, Annise Parker, a marker to honor a Tennessee LGBT activist, and so much more
Cameron Esposito has abandoned her signature side mullet. Who will she mail it to?
Pixies and side shaves and short bangs, oh my!
At Friar Tuck’s, Kylee wants to help everyone who walks in the door — and all genders are welcome — become the most authentic version of themselves. It’s rad as heck to see a major beauty company with a huge advertising budget like Dove honoring that.
“Once I spoke about my sexual fluidity, people were like, ‘So you’re gay,'” she explains. “And I’m like, ‘No, I’m not gay…’ A lot of the friends I have who are straight have such an old way of thinking. It’s, ‘so you’re just gay, right?’ [They] don’t understand it.”
If you live in the NYC area, I WANT YOU to play hair model for a future Autostraddle post!
“I thought changing something on the outside would change the wrecked ruin of me on the inside. I thought somehow the inside would get a memo from my outside and get into shape. It didn’t, but my hair is the first way I was able to gain autonomy over my body.”
“See now I’m performing emotional labor.” – Rachel, Managing Editor
I think you could style your hair like Dolly Parton and people on Kentucky front porches and in Kentucky truck beds would still call you a dyke in that horrible ugly tone that only bigots can growl with.
This morning, at the 40 to None Summit to benefit LGBT homelessness, the gorgeous and talented Sara Ramirez showed up to introduce us to her fantastic new buzz cut and her intersectional truth: she’s the multi-racial daughter of immigrants, and she’s bisexual.
It’s the last No Filter of 2015. Here is Samira Wiley deftly avoiding deer falling out of trees, Carrie Brownstein’s socks, and Ellen Page’s perfect dang dog.
Lotta haircuts to look at during FIFA Women’s World Cup. Let’s get started.
“Queer Fashion Week wasn’t just about an aesthetic. It was about our community beyond just our sexualities, about body positivity, about representation, about celebrating and supporting each other in all things queer.”
It ain’t easy being natural, but it feels good.