Are you an awk queer who cringes when you hear the word “networking”? This one is for you.
Visit five feminist bookstores across the south east that are creating community building and political organizing space as well as curating feminist literature written by authors from different backgrounds holding often marginalized identities.
Standing up for yourself at work: Intimidating? You bet. Necessary? That too. So let’s talk about it!
Your favorite queer Instagram dating account has changed its name to be more inclusive, is creating an app just for you, and is hosting a party in NYC to kickoff its crowdfunding efforts Wednesday night, June 13! Read our interview with creator Kelly Rakowski for all the hot details!
I sat down with Cuties founders Iris and Virginia to talk about finding community, running a commercial space, and how to hold community members accountable.
“Good Company,” a new magazine from Design*Sponge’s Grace Bonney, is a radically diverse incredible new project you should support ALSO I JUST SO HAPPEN TO BE FEATURED IN ONE OF THE ARTICLES.
AllGo is a review platform created by a queer fat woman where people of size can give and receive information about the comfort and accessibility of public spaces.
GladRags, a rad feminist company that makes comfortable, reusable menstrual products, wants to send one lucky human to A-Camp X for free! Plus, they’ll hook you up with the reusable menstrual product of your choice!
The lesbian character I tuned in for didn’t make herself lightly known until the show’s final season, but at that point I didn’t even care — I was already enthralled by this smart, progressive fascinating show about the rise of personal computing and the internet with two smart, progressive, fascinating female characters at the helm of it all.
“When I was 10, I wrote a letter to Disney asking them what I should do to become an imagineer.”
In this month’s Follow Your Arrow, Klara shares the story of her gender-neutral barbershop business, how she made the leap from office-worker to sole-trader, and the importance of building trust in the community she serves.
Why pick between your passions when you can design a life based on ALL of them?
“Being queer isn’t something that I can separate out from being a writer, astrologer, artist or entrepreneur and I would never want to.”
Campership alert! Catalyst Wedding Co. wants to give one lucky camper full funding to attend A-Camp 8.0!
If you’re a fashionable queer on a budget with a penchant for classy masculine dress shoes who’s still hoping to attend A-Camp this May, today’s Campership Contest announcement is going to make you feel like dancing and prancing!
“I wish there were more LGBTQ food writers, though — it can be a pretty stiflingly traditional (read: heteronormative, and very white) world. Find a network of like-minded queer women to work with, seek advice from and befriend! We gotta stick together.”
“When I started out, people knew me as the ‘girl growing mushrooms in her caravan,’ which was perhaps not the most flattering anecdote to have attached to your name.”
“If I saw my writing career through the eyes of a mediocre white man I’d be, like, that dude would be fucking high on himself constantly.”
There’s no day like today to put money back into the community. We’ve got bowties, babelands, books, pet-care, coffee, toys, socks, an abundance of menswear-for-womens-bodies and so many more awesome things sold by lesbian, bisexuals and queers!
Look at this awesome list of gorgeous stuff I’ve put together for you—all of it designed and/or created by at least one woman or nonbinary artist!