Inside The Black Triangle is a photo series intending to highlight the struggles, joy, heartbreak, confusion, and diverse experiences of queer women living in a heteronormative world, and the artist behind the project is hosting an Autostraddle Meet-Up at Denver Pride this weekend!
“Usually the artist is in charge of the perspective, they’re in charge of the way in which we are seen. I wanted it to be a connecting experience, where we kind of give and take and share that experience together.”
Queer triple threat performer, director, and visionary Kelly Bartnik is mixing the episodic TV show format with live immersive theater performance and you can see it this weekend!
Alynda Lee Segarra and Yosi Perlstein chat with us about their new album and new tour — and oh, by the way, you can win tickets to see them!
Alynda Lee Segarra’s voice is like dark chocolate with sea salt. Her politics make my heart beat faster than a KitchenAid stand mixer. Her lyrics are pointed as star anise, and powerful as ghost pepper. I could go on, but I’m getting hungry. Just watch.
Meet Alison, creative DIY goddess and author of InstaCraft: Fun and Simple Projects for Adorable Gifts, Decor, and More, and learn how to make an Autostraddle-inspired “A” pendant!
Jessica Buie’s art combines cultural theory and scientific concepts and an amazing eye for design. Also, she designed special stickers for us!
Introducing a new series and a human you’re going to love! Jess Westlake is a maker of all the things, including an amazing gender neutral accessories line!
Taking the Catholic prayer card where it has never gone before.
An Irish singer-songwriter whose golden voice is going to win your heart.
If melancholy-tinged pulsing electronic rock is your thing, this may just be the band for you.
Wallis Bird released her debut album Spoons to critical acclaim back in 2007 and has been on the rise ever since.
Happy fucking birthday Kaki King!
“Ward is a singer-songwriter from Monroe, Georgia. She has hair like Lissie and a wardrobe rivaling Idgie Threadgoode’s. Most importantly, she has more husk in her voice than a stalk of corn.”
Because you need more cute Irish musicians in your life.
“Hat tips to both of them for getting a bunch of half-drunk festival-goers to dance along to lyrics about black lesbian identity politics.” – Pitchfork. “Meet my new favorite band.” – Autostraddle
An out Aussie classical pianist whose three-part album tribute to her favourite film characters is as interesting as it sounds.
Dublin twins are making a splash with their infectious melodies and charming sound.
A UK-based boy-girl musical pairing that will make your heart sing.
The lesbian from Boardwalk Empire sings in an awesome band.
A singer-songwriter-ukulele player who you’ll fall a little in love with.