Get in here and get some loving advice from Kristin Russo.
Sometimes you need a quick everyday look that will have you turning heads in ten minutes or less. This is it, from one summer babe to another!
Going forward, all new episodes of GIBWK will be available to everyone who reads Autostraddle!
I’ve put together a spacey glowy glam look that will turn your face into a magnet. A magnet for what? YOU DECIDE.
Just in time for the holidays!
Tag yourself. I’m Sarah under the table clutching the closest lesbian going, “I’m really scared something else is going to happen!”
Call the U-Haul!
Honestly “lesbian nailing” could be the subtitle of this film, which features very loving shots of Toronto and a little bit of clothed dialogue and just a whole lot of sex.
Kate McKinnon’s cold open on tonight’s Saturday Night Live wasn’t funny at all, but it was something else.
Season One of Queer Kid Stuff covers gender, the word “queer,” marriage equality, and homophobia in fun videos for school-age kids.
“As a poet, I normally have time to carefully construct my sentences, my metaphors, etc., but here I didn’t have any preparation, and honestly, I don’t think I needed any.”
This is what fandom dreams are made of.
Here’s a video announcing the winners of the A+ Gold Membership Giveaway! Good luck, I hope it’s you!
“You’ve got another letter from Vita Sackville-West. You guys are obsessed with each other.”
“BWU” shows the part that comes after figuring out marriage isn’t what you want: finding partners who are on the same page.
Lindsay Amer is the cool Queer Big Sister you wish you had when you were a wee tot and she’s changing the landscape of kid-friendly content for ages 3-7.
Hey, but at least Poussey and Soso are going to make out a little bit.
We’ve got some exclusive content related to this music video dropping later today, and we just wanna make sure you’re as excited about that as you should be, because THIS VIDEO IS AMAZING and ALEX VEGA.
“The moment I met my child for the first time was nothing like I imagined it would be.”
The first episode of “New Deep South,” a webseries created by women-founded new media startup “The Front,” kicked off with the story of a young couple ready to get married and have a baby, against all odds.