Taurus is a season of practical magic, a time when we learn how to balance independence and intensity with deliberation, focus, and comfort.
Overcoming being an Aries is about much more than changing yourself. It’s about finding the space to be yourself.
For the last week of this issue, beloved astrologer Chani Nicholas has graced us with a reading of Autostraddle’s birth chart, looking at what the stars were doing the minute we came into the world and what they’re telling us now.
As we begin a new astrological cycle and shift into the first season of the zodiac, Aries brings positivity, confidence, and independence, a sense that anything is possible if we focus and give everything we have to achieving our goals.
Why do so many Pisces choose to imagine themselves to be in the depth of hell when it’s so easy for them live every day in heaven? Why imagine the worst when you can make the best come true simply through a feat of imagination?
This month Uranus, patron planet of queers and revolutionaries, moves into the sign of the lesbian Earth goddess. How will our relationship to security and sensuality need to transform?
Pisces teaches us to rely on what we know to be true, and reminds us that sometimes the answers can be found within the subconscious. Our dreams and fantasies can sort so much out for us, if we simply give ourselves the space to process and listen.
If you are seeking wise, wholesome advice about heartbreak, this is admittedly not the right place to find it today.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that if you’re dating in any way, shape or form right now, the topic is going to come up and people you probably want to have sex with are going to care about where the planets were on the day you were born.
Happy Valentine’s Day! We heard you like astrology memes so we teamed up with @notallgeminis and made you this gift.
February can really hurt. It’s a time when we all need a little extra love. Luckily for all of us lucky queers, we’ve got each other.
Aquarius’ combination of optimism, passion, and determination make this a powerful season for healing, change, and hope — just what many of us need as we move firmly into 2019.
Whether you’re into some kind of witchery yourself or you’d rather keep it fictional, thanks, here’s an overview of some of the best books from 2018.
As Jupiter moves into Sagittarius, it’s time to start dreaming big. Release your fears and get ready to grow.
If you’ve enjoyed the way Co-Star describes hypothetical or even existing relationships between yourself and your friends, but you don’t feel like you’ve emotionally devastated yourself enough lately, you’re going to love The Pattern, a new app for masochistic astrology enthusiasts.
The queer community is not quite as obsessed with astrology as you may have thought!
Mars helps us assert ourselves. It helps us go after what we want. Mars is our individuality. I want. I need. I desire.
Venus is asking your partner to tie your tie, and putting on a garter belt and stockings just as they’re leaving for work to maybe make them stay a few extra minutes, and putting on an old thing they got you ages ago that will make them weepy because oh my god, how do you still have it? Venus is call and response.
Communication, of course, is the bedrock of any relationship — romantic, sexual, platonic. And yet! Mercury gets totally overlooked when it comes to synastry, or the astrology of relationships. Not today, though; let’s talk about how you process!
The moon governs your emotions, habits, and instincts. When it comes to relationships, this is important! Your moon is how you are emotional. It’s how you express your tender little queer heart!