My Parents Told Me I Was White—Until a DNA Test Uncovered the Truth
Now that I've found out about my real heritage, those closest to me are struggling to accept my blackness.
I Met a Pastor Who Thinks 'Transgenders' Are Deceptive—He Didn’t Know I’m Trans
Pastor Ralph Van Ness, who also works as a high school security guard, has been vocal in his fight to prevent trans people from using the bathroom. I wanted to see what he'd say face-to-face with a trans person.
That Time as a Gay Guy When You Lose Your Girlfriends to Some Sham Like Marriage
The sad story of what happens when your girlfriend gets married or pregnant and can't snort poppers with you anymore.
Growing Up as the Daughter of a Real Housewife
In an exclusive excerpt from Danielle Staub's forthcoming memoir, her daughter, Christine, recounts her childhood as the daughter of one of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey."
Sloane Crosley Explains How Bad Writing Is Like Bad Vodka
We talked to the best-selling author of "I Was Told There'd Be Cake" about "girl books," the fucked-up confessional essay market, and her long-awaited debut novel, "The Clasp."
Following a Trail of Dead Ladies and Trying Not to Kill Yourself
We got drunk with Jessa Crispin, the founder of Bookslut, to talk about her new essay collection, "The Dead Ladies Project," in which she writes about literary expats to stave off wanting to die.
I Went to Grimes's Birthday Party and All I Got Was a Fight with My Boyfriend
While Solange DJed from her phone, I was pushing away a great guy who was trying to love me.
Working at a High-End Sex Shop
On selling lube, miming sex acts, and mediating desire.
Making a Successful Indie Film With My Brothers Was a Total Nightmare
In 2009, Kate Spicer started making "Mission to Lars," a low-budget film about trying to introduce her disabled older brother to his idol, Lars Ulrich, the drummer of Metallica. What happened next was less an uplifting tale of dreams coming true and...
Lessons from Television's Teen Sluts
April De Costa
Clicking the Bean: The History of the Internet's Most Popular Lesbian Blog
Since Riese Bernard started Autostraddle as an "L Word" fan blog, it has transformed into a full-fledged publication receiving a reported 4 million page views a month. So why aren't advertisers attracted to the site?
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