This week, Kristin is live from Pittsburgh!
Get in here and get the goods on Kristin’s revamped series! (Get it? Vamped? Like Buffy the Vampi—oh, just get in here.)
I was only pregnant for seven and a half weeks before my miscarriage. There was no body, no breath; there was no measurable part of a lifetime spent together. I’d only known there was life inside my body for three and half weeks, and yet the experience seems to still have a heartbeat.
bklyn boihood’s co-creator is here to answer all your pressing questions!
How to deal with food and body comments from your family, why you don’t need to “convince” someone to be with you, the joy and peace of taking a break from social media, and more!
Happy Thanksgiving from Sam the Cat!
“I just had a crush on myself for like, a month.”
Mary and Kristin talked about a million different topics, giggled a lot, and almost made microwave popcorn. Mary also performed a brand new poem, gave a lot of advice, and left a lipstick kiss on Kristin’s bedspread.
This week Kristin’s in bed solo to give advice about getting a parent up to speed on what it means to have a non-binary kid, crushes, friendship, Judith Butler, and so much more! Sam the Cat makes a cameo too, obviously.
This week Kristin got in bed with Autostraddle senior editor Heather Hogan to talk about queer representation on teevee, spirituality vs. religion and, of course, cats. (And beer.)
Do you know what a clitoris looks like? You will after you watch this video! Learn about clits and so much more by getting in bed with Kristin and Sophia Wallace!
Dykes and music and spoken word poetry and Riese Bernard and Kristin Russo!
Presented by The Tegan and Sara Foundation, hosted by Riese Bernard and Kristin Russo. You don’t want to miss it!
Also, Gaby Dunn’s cool new girlfriend, casual Sarah Paulson and PATTERS PAGE.
On this week’s Buffering the Vampire Slayer, Kristin Russo and Jenny Owen Youngs have rewritten the lyrics to “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” as “BUFFY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE.”
I followed Kristin and Jenny at FlameCon, New York City’s gay comic con, as they spread their love for Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the LGBTQ community to everyone they met.
It’s founded, sponsored and supported by grassroots organizations and queer folks just like you and me!
151 out of the 216 advice videos I helped create over the span of six years — answering questions submitted by young people — have been blocked, and our entire channel is no longer listed in the search for “Everyone Is Gay.”
If you’re having trouble shaking the feeling that all of your media feeds are one giant grief orgy, try changing the pace of what you take in. Not even the content, necessarily — just the rate. Podcasts are an easy way to do that: 30 to 60 minutes later, you’re done, informed, and ready to fight your next battle.
Kristin is bringing her advice show, Getting In Bed With Kristin, to Autostraddle’s Facebook live!