I’m not trying to work up a sweat here, I’m trying to eat a fucking potato.
We’re not suggesting that if you’d just shop queer, all will well, but if you’re burning some cash on retail therapy anyway, you might as well support queer folks running these small businesses!
Many of us are intentionally spending more time indoors, and it’s a great time to pick up a new book. Here are some of the most exciting and interesting books by, about, for, or otherwise relevant to queer women, nonbinary and trans readers – not an exhaustive list, by any means, but a good place to start!
Friend, you deserve some gorgeous dice to roll when you’re storming the castle, arguing with a dragon, or flirting with that drow chick that your DM refuses to rank on a scale of hotness (but you’re confident is an 11).
A lot of people pack! It’s most commonly talked about and practiced in trans men’s circles, but packing is actually something very accessible for absolutely everyone that feels like doing it. Packing doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated, I promise; it can just be fun and affirming!
Indie queer stores rarely have the cash-on-hand to make Pride-specific tees, but they’re still loaded with Pride-appropriate tees. Slogans include Lavender Menace, Magic Black Femme, Box Eater, Radical Indigenous Queer Feminist, Queer and Forever Here and SO MUCH MORE!
Whether you’ve got a specific spooky style to maintain or are looking to mix-and-match, there’s something in here to set your dark heart aflutter.
These are my backbone and support system for both cooking and baking, and having these items in your arsenal it will substantially upgrade your kitchen prowess.
What Shapeshifters has done here is made binders where the point of them goes beyond the normal utilitarian point of a binder. And honestly? We deserve that!
How unfair is it that everyone who gets married and has a wedding shower gets a lot of nice fancy home goods (including a KitchenAid!!!) and I, a boss bitch forever single kitchen witch Capricorn femme queen, do not??
Whether your person prefers quality time, physical touch, words of affirmation, receiving gifts, or acts of service, we’ve got some gift ideas for them!
gc2b grabbed some fabulous models and used their binders to create Halloween costumes on a budget using items you can find at a craft store, your local Halloween pop-up, and your own closet! This is for every queer who’s ever wanted to prance or parade around in their binder in public without putting a shirt over it.
Whether you’re a seasoned monster masher looking for new ideas or hoping to throw your first Halloween bash, there’s something in these three detailed party planning prompts for everyone.
Raise your hand if you will buy all the school supplies whether or not you’re actually in school at the moment.
Your summer statement piece is a very colorful windbreaker. You’re welcome!
I feel like I am not the only one here crying about my gender, and you should know a) that you’re not alone and b) sheet masks can help.
‘Tis the season for various companies to throw rainbows on their products in exchange for our hard-earned gay cash! Who’s making cute stuff? Who’s donating to LGBTQ+ non-profits and how much? Who partnered with actual LGBTQ+ people to promote their wares? Let’s rank.
The inspiration for fandroids who will be screaming their lungs out at a Janelle Monáe concert this summer.
Warm and handsome outfit ideas for those still too chilly nights.