Because you can’t just say nothing before hanging up the phone.
This is our time to listen to the songs of summer love and gush to each other about those moments of perfect queer summer bliss.
Thanks to a team of researchers at Cambridge University, cat dander’s days of ruining dates and eliminating roommates may be numbered.
“When you like someone and want to be with them, all you wanna do is see their face all the time. Coincidentally, seeing someone’s face all the time is exactly how to kill a relationship softly.”
“Why is this so fucking hard?”
“Is there a way to feel that passion and craziness again after 2.5 years together?”
“Apologies to the chica who had to endure a reenactment of my favorite scene from Glitter.”
This not-so-dating app helps you find your community and maybe even a girlfriend.
As predictable as the seasons themselves, it’s the start of the Annual Dyke Moving Season! Hoooraaaay!
A true, first-hand account of a real-life ladydate with a real-life Glasshole. Let’s just say that the phrase “breakup-inducing cyborg face device” got tossed around.
Welcome to the most in-depth amazing massive guide to queer-girl star-sign compatibility anywhere in the entire universe. “What’s your sign?” is a totally valid pick-up line, and don’t let anybody tell you otherwise.
The Allure “Anti-Aging” Survey found “LGBT Community is More Attracted to People 10 Years Older,” according to a press release we found in our boxes this morning.
Okay ladies, let’s stop right here and get our game together.
“Our commitment was never in question. I just hadn’t faced the possibility that I could be, not someone’s boyfriend, but their girlfriend. That was the part I had to think about.”
“My sobriety buddies warned me that if I violated the ban on dating before I was ready, I might be pushed into a relapse. Instead, I’ve just been pushed into never wanting to date again.”
This is a gallery of cute girls speed dating in a bookstore and a motivational speech about community building because you deserve it. Happy early Valentine’s Day!
“There was so much fucking estrogen and so many ladies who fist other ladies in that building, my ovaries tried to reproduce asexually.”
Books. Champagne. Gabby and Katrina. Cute queer single girls. How can you say no? (You can’t. So we’ll see ya at The Strand!)
Vanessa’s Team Pick: Time Out New York magazine thinks you should date Gabby and obviously we wholeheartedly agree.
Four questions. You can handle four questions. Especially when one of them is, “What’s your name?”
Boys creating problems, exes who won’t own up to stuff, flirty best friends, and how to start checking your own privilege in the name love. It’s time to give advice to anonymous strangers on the internet!