“Please don’t use that cute selfie from your road trip, a photo from Pride where you think you look hard, or that funny photo you took one time. Grandma won’t put that on her fridge. “
Want to spread some tarot love this holiday season? Treat your friends (or yourself) to some handmade woo with these self-published tarot decks and handcrafted accessories!
Looking for the gift that says, “I care about you and also the world!” or “I’m a slightly better social justice activist than you!”? We’ve got you covered.
By supporting an artist, you can buy your friends or family something they’re guaranteed not to have seen before. When they ask you where you got it, just wink and say “I know a gal.”
Stumped on what to get your queer BFF? Trying in a last-ditch attempt to bulk up your own list? Looking for inspiration for the perfect gift for your loved ones? We’re bound to have something in common with you or someone you like, so get in here and check out our wish lists!
Whether you’re staying in, waiting in line, or buying a big-screen TV online at 12:01 AM, you could probably use a little more Drake, anyway.
“Summon all the indignation you can muster and pretend you are shouting down a Planned Parenthood opposer.”
All comics are Girl Comics, but the ones on these list are some of the best ones.
Book people get the books they want for themselves, so get your bibliophile these non-book book gifts instead!
One time I went with a friend to the hardware store and helped her pick out an S-Drill for her girlfriend. Now they’re married and live together in Indiana. Coincidence? I think not.
All things wearable and floral-themed, for folks of all shapes, sizes, gender presentations, and also flower print preferences.
ROBOTS! Some of y’all love them; some of y’all think the apocalypse is nigh.
Let’s make the season gayer than ever by spending it with our chosen queer families — our partners, our gal pals, and our fellow ‘straddlers!
Gifts for the nerds who put the Art in STE(A)M.
Without further ado, here’s a bunch of cool shit your favorite feminists are likely wishing for this year — or should be and just don’t realize it yet.
“As an adult, when I was presented with the option of creating my own Christmas traditions with my partner, my instinct was to completely ignore the holiday altogether… I also knew that I didn’t want to partake in the mad shopping frenzy that the holiday season had become famous for. So I started racking my brain for fun, easy DIYs that I could create in bulk for Christmas gifts.”
If you want flannel boxers to wear under your flannel dress and then later inside your flannel sleeping bag, it’s all here.