Be who you are just as hard as you can. Also, be on time.
Old friends trying to reconnect, a first date that’s causing some nerves, and the overwhelming pressure to pick a major and stick with it. It’s time to give some advice and send some love to strangers!
You don’t want to wear a dress but also don’t want to disappoint your family, you’re not as excited about your girlfriend as you used to be, and your girlfriend doesn’t know if she’ll still be with you next year. Get in here!
Being miserable at your 9-5 job, your family isn’t wild about your fiancee and you’re embarrassed to get married, you’re not wild about your current roommate, and people think you might be related to your gal BUT YOU’RE NOT. Come on in!
Queer time moves differently than regular time; we’re on our own schedule; we exist outside the rigidity of the patriarchal space-time continuum.
Two weeks? Seven months? Twelve years? However long you’ve been together, we’ve got your gifting covered.
“There aren’t as many hairy, feminist lesbians as I was led to believe.”
“I essentially stole my brother’s car and drove it an hour away across state lines to go see my then-girlfriend for only 30 minutes while my parents thought I was at the movies”
Two sisters have a crush on the same girl and it’s somehow not a movie, a parent in her mid-thirties is freshly divorced, and this person wants to be involved in her partner’s religion but isn’t sure how to make it happen. Let’s solve some problems!
Here’s how to forget about the world during sex and be present instead.
First it was for Midwestern moms, then it was for social influencers, then it was for everyone, and now it’s ours. La Croix is gay culture. (While we’re on the topic: Staying hydrated? Gay culture. Water? Gay culture in that it is life, which is something we are constantly giving other people. The ocean? Gay.)
Today is all about crushes and what you should do about them: something, or nothing? Three questions, three answers. Only the strong survive. It takes two to tango. Love is a battlefield. Loose lips sink ships!
Literally why not.
Sure, it’s nice to have an extra person to help you carry boxes, but who will carry all of these feelings?
You ID’d as a lesbian and now you’re dating a dude and your friends are like WHAT. You’ve been single for nine years and wondering if it’s time to give up. You know of some queer people but aren’t sure if you should mention it. LET’S GO.
The women I kiss like to drink red wine, and I drink them in. I taste red wine and I move past it; my deliverance lies elsewhere.
Should you come out in high school or let them hear about it out later? Can you date a person with a kid if you don’t want kids? How do you take it slow with all these mixed signals?? Let’s find out!
Don’t think of not having had sex as a disadvantage — think of it like a secret weapon.
Straight people are at it again.
One reader wants to be single when she start college, another is 26 and still hasn’t found The Love Of Her Life, and yet another reader is wondering if she should leave her closeted girlfriend. Get in here!