Everyone has an ass. Here’s how to eat one.
It’s okay if your end result isn’t completely bare and minimal and perfect; the most important thing is feeling in control of the spaces you create.
This month, we tackle reader-submitted questions and run through a step-by-step tutorial for rewiring a lamp.
About eight months sober at that point, I had two thoughts scream through my mind at nearly the same time – first, “Oh hell yeah, all the whiskey at my fingertips” quickly followed by, “Oh hell no, this is cruel.”
No tree? Me neither! Here’s some ideas to inject sparkle and holiday spirit into your living quarters anyway!
In this month’s This Queer House, I’ll show you how to get your home ready for winter by keeping the warm air in and the cold air out with a DIY draft stopper, as well as a few other helpful tips.
How to clean your decanter. Why you might use a decanter. Which decanters you should expressly not use.
Depending on the day, you may be feeling more lipstick or chapstick, and with this simple recipe, you can make both!
For Halloween or for every day, here’s how to stitch up a look inspired by your favorite fictional queer women.
It’s the easiest thing in the world to make, plus you’ll feel like a medieval lady preparing for winter. No? Is that one just me?
Trolls on Twitter got you down? Tired of Mark Zuckerberg’s Real Name Policy? Looking for a social network not owned by a massive corporation? Mastodon may be your next haunt.
Trousers, jeans, and shorts that fit your body and your gender.
Here’s the thing: mice are going to be around, especially if you live in a city.
Getting a tattoo is exciting. But don’t get so excited that you lose sight of a few important things.
If you’re moving this fall, one way to help ensure that you get a full security deposit back from your landlord or management company is to repair any obvious issues in the apartment.
What I’m about to share isn’t a new idea, but times are hard, life is short, and dammit, we all deserve something good right now!
Charlie Craggs shares simple at-home remedies for brittle nails, dry hands, fungus, and more.
A patch that you’ve made and sewn on yourself — especially if it’s sewn with dental floss — is a badge of honor professing your ideals, feels, and crew.
Cobbler-free tricks for softening your shoes, and saving your soles.
This is not a full restoration. I did not sand everything down and start from scratch. What we’re doing here is more like restoration-lite, but it should be enough to salvage a Craigslist (or yard sale or attic) find nine times out of ten.