Transmitting a deadly virus doesn’t exactly say “I love you,” so it makes sense that this particular conflict is bringing up big questions about your relationship.
COVID-19 turned our relationship long-distance. We’re getting through it with Jane Austen and love letters.
On the 24th day of quarantine, I turned on all of the lamps in my room and took off all my clothes. Then I stood in front of the mirror and stared.
Here are seven easy solo costumes for lesbians in quarantine that will help make this Halloween the best one yet* (*this will not be the case)!!!!
“How are you liking all this social distancing? It’s cool that you write for Autostraddle”
Jamie is a gorgeous, successful architect. Dana is an event planner who once fell down a flight of stairs. They couldn’t be less alike!
“What’s the point of podding if I can’t fix your unhappiness?”
One thing that’s been great about quarantine is that everyone has gotten to spend more time with the robots in their life!
Shelter In Our Place 2 launches on Monday and we can’t wait to see you there.
11. For some alone time with the sex bench.
Your life is not going to feel normal. This is not normal. This is a pandemic. This is life or death. Our only tool is physical distance. We have to use it.
Tips and tricks from a therapist and multiple queer couples about how to keep your communication and boundaries strong.
Literally why not?
We made you a week-long virtual hangout space on Instagram because times are very tough. If you’re feeling alone right now, please come Shelter In Our Place for a little while.
Here’s some advice about how to weather a long distance relationship during a global pandemic, whether you and your babe live in different countries or just a few blocks away.
Let’s chat about group chats.
We don’t know the answers to most of our questions about COVID-19 and this specific moment in history. But we do know this: together, we can take care of each other. We have no other choice.