Who says getting it on by yourself isn’t as fun as partnered sex? Pick up a few of these toys and enjoy getting to know your body! I know I will!! Happy masturbating!
Shelter In Our Place 2 launches on Monday and we can’t wait to see you there.
Drink poolside at Bette and Tina’s! Dance on the sticky dive bar floor at Vida’s! Have a champagne toast in Villanelle’s apartment! We’re all doing our best!
We’re entering month 567 of a global pandemic, and you may be having some weird sex dreams! Here at autostraddle dot com, we’d love to hear about them in a respectful manner, for journalism.
Good news: there are no geographic limits to being a kinky slut, and I’m willing to lend you my perverted imagination.
I miss the rare fucking times of being in a room full of entirely queer people. Dancing and shouting together. Even the messy nights, the crying nights. So here’s how to turn your home into a hot gay club — with no bathroom lines! Playlist included!
A fake gay bar on a fake gay beach — WHY NOT!
If you’re not living with your partner, the only person you’re having sex with right now is yourself. You deserve to practice elaborate masturbation in your life. And now’s the perfect time!
Help! Your girlfriend is quarantined three hours away, your roommate’s partner moved into the apartment during the shut down without your consent, dying your hair before that next work Zoom call, handling an overwhelming group chat, and what to do when you are so alone!
It’s been about a month and now your hair has grown. With all the barber shops and salons closed, and with nowhere in public to go, we’re busting out new looks. Here’s what your new choice says about you.
Norwegians have this word — koselig — that imperfectly translates to “cozy” in English. To be koselig is to be connected, grounded, immersed, intimate. It’s a hard thing to accomplish right now, when social life is fragmented and ephemeral. This Boozy Spicy Hot Cocoa (and an impromptu face mask!) should help.
As a known homosexual, my two greatest skills are yearning and making playlists.
From no-sew options to fancy patterns, there are a lot of options.
Making pretty, fruit-filled margaritas (and margarita-adjacent drinks) at home with the ingredients you have RIGHT NOW.
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.
“Turn your mic on!”
Earlier this week, I was simply couldn’t cook another meal. In an effort to spice things up when a restaurant date night is so far out of the question, I decided to rebrand the random shit in our fridge as a “tasting menu” — complete with wine pairings.
Three weeks ago I began my Coronavirus self-quarantine. Faced with the reality that I wouldn’t see anyone, I started an experiment. I wasn’t going to shave, paint my nails, or put on makeup — until I wanted to, for myself.
Since working from home is a part of the national call to practice social distancing, many of us are also navigating loneliness, restlessness, and anxiety. Here are a few tips that can help you on your journey.
Literally why not?