“Whether it’s the gay internet or a show like ‘Trinkets’ it makes it easier to be like maybe I’m not the one that’s wrong. Maybe everyone around me is wrong.”
Sometimes the hardest part of being a person with a body is admitting how hard it is in the first place. So it goes in the newest single from Mal Blum, rock musician, friend of Autostraddle/A-Camp, and all around cool human.
Check out tour dates and ticket availabilities; there’s a good chance one of these awesome acts is headed to a city near you!
It’s founded, sponsored and supported by grassroots organizations and queer folks just like you and me!
I was waiting for the other shoe to drop, and it did: “I am hoping to fill the stage with artists who are willing to donate 20 minute sets.”
Kristin, co-founder of Everyone is Gay, and musician Allison Weiss have teamed up to bring you OUR Restroom, a campaign that works to educate businesses on the importance of unisex bathrooms.
Made by an all-queer cast and crew – you might recognize a couple of familiar faces.
Break out your stew recipes and hot cocoa mix, sharpen your pumpkin-carving knife, unearth your slippers from the back of the closet, press play, and settle in for the fall.
Two of our favorite queer rock stars chat with each other about their new albums, their mental health, and Mariah Carey.
Whatever’s currently happening to you is almost definitely not the worst thing that has ever happened to a person.
This week, pretty much the whole cast of Orange Is The New Black went to Pride and Lea DeLaria high-fived a million angels.
“Queer Sultry Summer,” the newest full-color mini-book from Autostraddle and Everyone is Gay, featuring new writing, illustrations by Rory Midhani, and an exclusive original Lumberjanes comic and so much more. It’s the best thing we’ve ever made. Seriously.
Björk wrote you a note about her new album and maybe signed it “Warmthness, Björk.” Let’s start there.
Some songs are just a lot better when queer people are singing them.
“I used to go to The Pride March every year, starting at age fifteen. I don’t remember exactly how old I was when I started to become disillusioned with it, but I do remember why.”
MAL BLUM’S COMING TO A-CAMP! Also, since we’re on the topic of A-Camp, let’s talk about Fit for a Femme & AB Chao and all the other weirdos who will be joining us on the mountain!
Everyone Is Gay debuts a compilation album of everyone you love: Mal Blum, Ingrid Michaelson, Allison Weiss, Jenny Owen Youngs, and Gregory and the Hawk, for starters. Did we mention it’s for a great cause?
105 more humans for you to have awkward crushes on.
Mal Blum’s new album, “Tempest In A Teacup,” is so endearing and good and fun and I’m pretty sure you’ll love it.