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.
Sometimes being queer and black, bisexual and biracial, feels like contradiction, like too many things, and sometimes I’m not sure that I’d recognize myself if I walked by.
A rundown of the more effective products I’ve tried, plus some common treatments that just did not work.
Domesticity is queer culture. It is taking a space, making it feel good for you, taking care of it, showing it love, and then letting that place show you love in return.
“I give myself the first hour I’m awake to lie in bed wishing I was still asleep and do the mental gymnastics necessary to get my feet on the floor. Sometimes it takes less than an hour and that’s great! Often it does not.”
Sleep apps, French girl skincare, and some truly adorable watercolors!
Is Kristin the kind of person who makes her own granola? Only one way to find out!
Heather Hogan can conquer the world with the right routine; find out what it looks like!
How do you do mornings without caffeine? Allow Faith to demonstrate.
Welcome to AM/PM, where Autostraddle team members share our morning and evening rituals. This is how Erin starts her day!
Charlie Craggs shares simple at-home remedies for brittle nails, dry hands, fungus, and more.
My favorite mornings are Saturdays and Sundays, when I have nothing scheduled and can laze in bed for hours on end.
Masculine of center people are often left out of conversations about skincare, but we all deserve to feel good and comfortable in our skin.
Welcome to AM/PM, where Autostraddle team members share our morning and evening rituals. Let’s see how Carolyn starts her day!
While the summer sun may feel good on your buns, all that salt water and wind can be drying for your skin! Care for yours with this easy body scrub and butter.