It’s here and queer and only comes once a year. It’s the annual post-holigays sale!
“Selfishly, I’m worried about what will happen if I say out loud that I’m uncomfortable with all this God, if I let my brain run its anxious course. If my atheist, queer, bipolar self comes to choir with me in all its unkempt glory, will I lose my safest place?”
You will have a better time hanging out in this Autostraddle open thread than you will hanging out on Twitter today, I promise. It’s science!
Anal toys are the PURRFECT holigay gift. I can say this with a false self of certainty that literally everyone’s New Year’s Resolution will be “MORE ANAL” or “BIGGER ANAL” or “FINALLY I WILL TRY ANAL.”
Planners can be so many things: super structured, super loose, artistic or woo-woo or politically radical or conservatively minimalist. Here are some options to start with for yourself or a loved one!
So you’ve invited three of your exes and each of their respective partners/polycules over for holiday dinner. It’s a potluck, so food is taken care of, but what will you drink!? These delicious mocktails, of course.
Try these positions to add some spice (ooh, is that nutmeg?) to your sex life this December.
Because you’re gay — and maybe a host of other reasons — you and your family don’t speak. Get through it by exclusively listening to music from your parents’ era and try not to have a meltdown.
More than one book involves lesbians falling in love while bonding over a cute festive pet.
Check out this list so you don’t have to phone it in again this year by getting your 8,000 mothers another handful of flies!
You might not be able to cure your buddy’s sadness, but you can definitely bring some holiday cheer into heart this season.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a newly-out baby gay must be in want of rainbow-bedecked everything. Here’s a guide to the easiest holiday shopping you’ll ever do.
Need a gift that says, “Don’t worry — I’m a great communicator and navigating non-monogamy in a culture that privileges monogamous partnerships is totally easy for me?” Never fear!
Happy hiking, homos! I look forward to seeing you out there.
Deciding how formal an event will be is something more of an art than a science in 2019, here’s how to mix and match to the find right look for every occasion.
Have a queer survivalist friend who needs some new gear to round out their “get up and go” kit? Or a friend who just likes hiking and/or being outdoors but isn’t sufficiently prepared for the possibility of something going wrong?
Loving someone far away makes us flex our creativity to connect in new ways. Here’s some gifts to get your long-distance sweetie so you can feel close to them, even when they’re 1,730 miles (or more) away.
Why have plain latkes when we can have RAINBOW latkes?!
From the moment I got the training wheels off my Strawberry Shortcake bicycle in kindergarten to the starter mountain bike I got for high school graduation to the first bike I bought with my very own money, nothing has ever made me as free as cycling.
Staying sober through the holidays can be anxiety inducing even for the best of us. Here are some tips to get through the big three!