Abby Wambach, but make it fashion.
Wearable blankets, anyone?
Here’s how to nail Jughead’s classic lesbian look.
I love going to the gym, but finding comfy activewear that also reflects my gender is not easy.
What to wear when you don’t want to channel Leather Mommi Barbie.
A bunch of everyday items for clueless queers like me who want to feel confident, look cute, and — most importantly — be comfy.
Escape the tyranny of waistbands in these extra long tee- and sweatshirts.
Super cute flats, sandals, and pumps up to at least a size 13.
(Without camping outside a Supreme store.)
(Or at least most occasions.)
These ubiquitous denim suits have kept me walking around dazed and horny all summer, but I don’t even fully know what to call them.
This isn’t just gonna be another post about, like, Apple Watches. I know y’all already know about those.
(Oprah voice) laaaayeriiiiing!
Through her film wardrobe, 1990s Meg Ryan tried desperately to tell us she is a lesbian and we didn’t listen. Well Meg, I’m listening hun.
For a lot of trans women, going to the pool or the beach can be one of the most stressful things about post-coming-out life. You’re more exposed than usual, swim suits aren’t normally designed for girls with bodies like ours, and there are usually lots of people there. But don’t worry!
Other great trends for this fat queers this summer include aliens, tweed, Bodysuits and beachwear as formal wear.
The A-Camp dance theme this May is Heaven is Place On Earth, so I want to see everyone in their best Billy Idol, Rhythm Nation, Whitney Houston, Jennifer Beals, Ronald Reagan, Paula Abdul, Jem & The Holograms drag.
I need some realistic solutions for something that’s not actually a problem. Which is why I went a little off script to break from routine. Just for fun. Privately. Shhh, it’s just for me. Until now!
Let’s get you into a monocle that’ll have them saying, “Wow, who’s that stylish lesbian that looks like they belong to an early 20th century sapphic scene alongside Eleanor Roosevelt?”
“If nothing else, what I can offer you is the ability to recreate the looks I’ve found through the power of the Internet and its unlimited shopping cart. And if you want to lie and tell people your outfit’s from Value Village to gain queer credibility, I’m not looking.”