On Sunday June 28, the anniversary of the start of the Stonewall Riots, we threw a little digital shindig to celebrate Pride as an uprising and to raise money for Women for Political Change in Minneapolis. We’re giving A+ Members access even if they couldn’t make the live show because they’re the best, so if you sign up now, you just have to await the weekly A+ E-News for details!
Featuring El Sanchez, Jes Tom, Junauda Petrus-Nasah and Be Steadwell, 100% of ticket proceeds go to support Women for Political Change in Minneapolis!
Calling all nerdy sluts in Los Angeles!
The history and art exhibit opens tonight and runs through June 30 at Plummer Park in West Hollywood. Zines! Avengers! Arrests! Street resistance! And a grassroots organizing panel!
Soda tastings are great if you’re underage, you and/or your friends don’t drink alcohol, or you just want to mix it up. Also, soda’s way cheaper than wine. Wine tastings are so 2000 and late.
I’m extremely excited to tell y’all that it’s official: I’m headed back to DC for the 2016 NYFLC! And, um, duh, I wanna see you there.
This weekend, Autostraddle’s Babe-B-Q celebration is coming to a backyard, fire pit, and/or other totally appropriate location near you. And I’ve rounded up all of the events our readers are hosting to be part of the action in this very post!
“July 11th is a night of performance and party about freaks, all undesirable in their own ways, making life and getting lucky, getting life and making luck.”
IT’S PRIDE, DAMMIT! And since it wouldn’t be a good time without, um, all of us, I highly recommend that each and every one of you spends the month hanging out with one another at these meet-ups.
I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but um, Orange is the New Black comes back this weekend. And what better way to ring in the occasion than marathoning the entire hot mess with a bunch of queer chicks?
Next Tuesday, any of y’all who live in or around Madison, Wisconsin are in for a real treat.
“The magazine’s legacy turns 10 years old this month, though its publication was cut mercilessly short at five and a half years. Started by Rachel Aimee, Rebecca Lynn and Raven Strega, Aimee recalls a trio without any publication experience and an urgency to compile the stories of sex workers available to them.”
We want you – yes, YOU! – to take a staycation, dude. With your fellow ‘straddlers, of course.
We are brilliant: ever up to date on the latest politics, Jeopardy final answers, bad lesbian movies and books, all the books. So let’s be geeks in public together for prizes, love and VICTORY. Look at that, you’re already irresistible.