Orphan Black takes us back to the very beginning and introduces us to Alison all over again.
The Supreme Court propped up Trump’s “travel ban” while agreeing to hear the case this fall. They’ve also got some of those good ol’ “religious freedom” challenges that endanger LGBT people in the hopper.
“Dyke is not just a sexual orientation. It’s a political identity. It stands for community. It stands for solidarity. It stands for radical fight.”
Waverly, what in the bleeding heck is going on with you?!
“Thirteen hours of television later, and season five’s cliffhanger ends nearly exactly as season four: with women, many of whom are queer, many of whom are of color, in peril and facing an unknown future. Instead of grounding this season in a fight for social justice, they gleefully reveled in unnecessary violence and humiliation.”
It was an honor to stand in solidarity and support with all of the beautiful humans at the Trans March in San Francisco. Here’s what it looked like.
Istanbul’s Pride parade ended in a violent fury, never forget ‘Teeth’, Gabrielle Bellot, Lea Delaria, good ol’ gerrymandering, this one article I love, learning to skateboard, and so much more!
Kathy Tu and Tobin Low create a sound-venture of queerness from the perspective of two Asian-American homogays. And now, they have an episode in which Kathy goes to A-Camp for the first time.
In which the whole team gets together to answer your pressing questions on topics including being never kissed, living in the suburbs, fashion tips for a trans woman with Cerebral Palsy, getting back into the dating game, starting a freelance career and so much more!
“You aren’t dreaming.”
It’s Laverne Cox Day in NYC, a whole lotta’ Pride, Vogue mother Leiomy Maldonado stars in Nike ad, Gabby Rivera show us her writing process, a sneak peek of Hannah Hart’s new show, third gender ID’s offered in Pakistan, and more good news!
Mostly: “Why???” Also, why waiting for a crush to text back is the worst, why going to weddings is also the worst, self-sabotage, thinking through different relationship styles and more.
The SWAT team approaches and Larry returns. LARRY.
Six pieces of technology that might be useful as you parade, protest and party.
Tip #1: Surround yourself with weirdos who don’t give a single fuck.
With these tips, you’ll be turning heads (off people’s necks) in no time. BadabaDOOK.
“Dear Barbie: I’m not sure if you visit Autostraddle.com, but the more I think about it, the more I start to believe that you probably do.”
In a time when the word “healing” feels thinner than ever, affixed as it is to too many pictures of skinny, silhouetted yogis on beaches, we need to reacquaint ourselves with the severity of that process. This book is a generous offering to a society that may not know what to do with it.
SZA’s new genre-melding album has me thinking about collaborations. Come shake the week off and tell me yours!
You want to know what I learned from seven seasons of watching Pretty Little Liars? The best you can hope for as a woman in this world is to make yourself boring and docile and helpless enough that a man will ultimately intervene and save you from interesting women, and also from yourself.