Dykes and music and spoken word poetry and Riese Bernard and Kristin Russo!
Presented by The Tegan and Sara Foundation, hosted by Riese Bernard and Kristin Russo. You don’t want to miss it!
It’s founded, sponsored and supported by grassroots organizations and queer folks just like you and me!
It’s Pride month, it’s Ramadan, and it’s time to support queer and trans Muslims. Masjid al-Rabia and Everyone is Gay are here to help!
151 out of the 216 advice videos I helped create over the span of six years — answering questions submitted by young people — have been blocked, and our entire channel is no longer listed in the search for “Everyone Is Gay.”
It’s like cookies and cocoa with your coolest queer friend, but free and available for download right now.
Here’s a resource to help you and your parents navigate your coming out together!!
Kristin, co-founder of Everyone is Gay, and musician Allison Weiss have teamed up to bring you OUR Restroom, a campaign that works to educate businesses on the importance of unisex bathrooms.
We’re teaming up with GLSEN for Ally Week! Let’s look at how we can be better allies to LGBTQ youth.
“If someone had been like, “You are going to write a thing and it’s going to be fully produced and you are gonna star in it and it’s gonna be really good,” I would’ve been like, nah.”
Autostraddle senior editors and Everyone is Gay gave advice to live audience members at A-Camp 2015. Listen to their hilarious and thoughtful words of wisdom to queer girl problems!
Attention NYC: We’ve got the best all-ages Pride party for you before the Dyke March. Join Everyone is Gay and Autostraddle at Bluestockings. Unicorns, music, books and magic!
“Queer Sultry Summer,” the newest full-color mini-book from Autostraddle and Everyone is Gay, featuring new writing, illustrations by Rory Midhani, and an exclusive original Lumberjanes comic and so much more. It’s the best thing we’ve ever made. Seriously.
Celebrate five years of everyone being just so gay with Julia Nunes, Jenny Owen Youngs, Allison Weiss, Jukebox the Ghost, Vivek Shraya and more.
The web series, which premiered Thursday, will give the queer community space to tell its own stories about gender, sexuality and more.
From mounting revolutions to redefining realness, these are 25 women who made waves in the world this year.
The first issue of this new ‘zine collaboration is about Coming Out To Yourself and it’s SO COOL and you WANT ONE. Or more than one.
I emailed my dad, Bruce, and my grandma, Phyllis, and asked if they’d like to have a three-generational conversation inspired by the book. They agreed, and so we all read it and converged on my dad’s house to discuss.
Some funny stuff, some serious stuff, and some funny yet serious stuff. A moody party, indeed.
It’s the second issue of the best little behind-the-scenes newsletter EVER.
We are in need of a new fabulous advice columnist, and one who is living the daily work of navigating queerness.