50 years after the Detroit Riots, indigenous women fighting for the environment, a famed lesbian meme maker, Trump-era pop culture, longterm costs of sexual harassment, Missy Elliott, and so much more!
A new software is seeking to create civil comments online. Probably, the Internet could also learn a lot from you.
I’ll see you in the faves.
Affirming private messages. A peek into the vices and virtues of your favorite commenters. The lingering sense that you’re a part of something really special and full of love. THIS IS AUTOSTRADDLE SOCIAL AND I WANNA BE YOUR FRIEND ON IT.
“I didn’t even tell her when the notes started getting specific. Someone calling out my “crossed eyes” in a Tumblr ask. My “pocked skin” in an email. My “hillbilly teeth” on Twitter.”
Thanks to a ragtag team of brave souls across the globe, it really is the most wonderful time to be queer!
The holiday season is about love and togetherness, so why don’t we spend it together?
The conference price tag is pretty hefty, and it can be a stretch to land in New York City on a budget because you want to light your inner fire with sage wisdom and motivational quips. But it’s okay! There’s a free stream of the whole thing!
A picture of a Home Depot is worth a thousand words.
Luckily, the only thing that makes eggs benny with hashbrowns and toast even better is a bunch of really adorable new and old faces coming into your life to love you until the end of days. And that, my friend, is why what the world needs now is International Autostraddle Summer Brunch Day! (Twice.)
“I know more about dyke cultures by being net-connected. It expands my world. We are definitely trail-blazing and cutting edge.”
Is it just me or do y’all get cuter every year?!
Two years after writing that “a woman’s opinion is the miniskirt of the internet,” Laurie Penny is in no shortage of them in her latest mini-book.
It’s the most delicious time of year! You should join your local Straddlers for some 3D brunchy realness.
Tumblr’s quest to track adult content is taking down some innocent bystanders. Queer bloggers are calling BS — and rightfully so.
A newly released GLSEN survey shows LGBT youth are more likely to be bullied online than their straight peers. But they’re also figuring out how to make it better for themselves.
This not-so-dating app helps you find your community and maybe even a girlfriend.
Cara’s Team Pick: Miranda July is nosy and YOU can reap the rewards!
Four questions. You can handle four questions. Especially when one of them is, “What’s your name?”
If we lived in the 90s I would’ve made a huge scrapbook with all the cute photos you sent in from International Autostraddle Meetup Week(s), but we live in 2012 so here’s a gallery of 300+ photos instead. FYI: You are all SO CUTE.