Cool it down, horse domestication, that story about the crabs that has ruined my life (!!), baseball, Jasika Nicole, a thing about the south, free speech and racism, abortion is a human right, and so much more!
Your lower back or hip discomfort is a literal pain in the butt. Here’s a simple way to feel better.
“It’s a harsh reality that I will be priced out of my own life at this point if the AHCA gets passed and, quite frankly, I’m not done living my damn life yet.”
“I always felt better after exercising, but also always felt it came at a cost, whether that was a really dirty locker room, an overly fluorescent space playing terrible music, or having to navigate a highly gendered space and endure sexist, homophobic commentary. I wanted to create a space that felt really good to be in, like you were actually going to feel better while being there.”
“It became a running joke between my partners and I, that I was both too stigmatized and too famous to get my needs met.”
Ah, that beautiful transition in your monthly cycle where increasingly the things you cry at shift from understandable to irrational.
Tzatziki on your face, huh? We live in a world where it’s been made clear there are no rules and I intended to live as such. And that’s great because tzatziki is my favorite dip that goes with pretty much everything savory. When I die bury me inside a dill leaf store!
“Every morning cut up a little turf of fresh earth, and lying down, breathe into the hole for a quarter of an hour.”
Given the one-year deferral requirement for MSM and women who have sex with MSM, it seems unlikely that the adjustment in policy will majorly impact the supply of available blood
We’re here, we’re queer, we’re getting an IUD.
Abortion, the actual thing and not the Political Issue, can be really difficult to talk about, and that’s exactly what makes such an easily approachable book like this so necessary.
Screet was created as part of the 2015 StartupBus competition, a roadtrip hackathon where folks on different buses develop startup projects on the road, by a team featuring Autostraddle’s very own Creatrix Tiara, and she’s the single person undertaking its second coming. As she builds momentum for the reboot, she set aside some precious moments to talk with me about where Screet comes from and where it’s going.
Compiled from the wisdom of numerous reports, online resources and experts, here are five ways that you can take care of your own health, even in the face of high risks, economic pressures and often incompetent care providers.
“Trans people of color and low income trans people have been struggling and organizing all along, because this is a life or death issue.”
Apps to predict when Flo visits, the painters paint the house red, when it suddenly turns to chocolate season, etc. LET’S TALK ABOUT PERIODS, Y’ALL!
***Please note that ***Flawless is not available on Spotify, but if were it would probably be the only song on this playlist.
Not all barriers can be resolved through state-by-state legal protections.
A new report from SAGE lays out what you need to know the lives and experiences of aging LGBT people.
The NIH has spent millions to find out why lesbians are more often overweight than straight women. But is it a matter of public health, or a product of the accepting nature of queer culture?
“When I was thirteen years old I began starving myself. I did so, in short, because I wanted so desperately to be thin. And by thin, I mainly meant white.”