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Past articles by Lindsay:

The Queer Haircuts of Quarantine

Stories about clippers, locs, and other DIY hairstyle innovations that have helped LGBTQ people see themselves over a tough few months. → Read More

'Killing Eve' Says Out Loud What 'Buffy' Never Could About Catastrophic Queer Desire

Villanelle's sinister fixation is more honest than Faith's, but it's equally as destructive. → Read More

Financial Help Ideas to Support Service and Gig Workers Right Now

Financial help is something many Americans need right now, especially people who are low on or out of work. Here are some great ideas for supporting workers. → Read More

How Veronica Mars Lost Sight of Itself

Sidelining Weevil stripped the controversial Season 4 of one of the show's core conflicts. → Read More

There’s No Such Thing as a Mistake-Free Life, but Here’s How to Make the Best of Your F*ck-Ups

I've been writing an advice column for over a decade, and one thing I've learned is that there are few objectively “right” or “wrong” choices in life. → Read More

Two moms, four shifts: queer parents are overwhelmed, too

Being in an egalitarian marriage isn’t enough to make up for this country’s appalling lack of support for women who parent → Read More

What Happens When We Ask Each Other For Help –

Acknowledging that it’s hard is a beautiful act of compassion that, counterintuitively, makes it easier for everyone around you. → Read More

Watching Horror Movies Helps Me Cope with My Anxiety

Getting scared works wonders for managing my disorder. → Read More

The Reproductive Justice Movement Has A Gender Inclusion Problem

When self-proclaimed feminists decry ‘female erasure’ in pregnancy-related care, they endanger many. → Read More

Stop Caring So Goddamn Much About Spoilers

Our obsession with spoiler warnings actually prevents us from having meaningful and necessary conversations about art. → Read More

Inside a Class for Abortion Doulas

The first group in Colorado to offer training in how to help someone through the process of ending a pregnancy. → Read More

I Have to Pay Off My First Child Before I Can Have Another

My daughter is eighteen months old, which means for the last six months I have answered the question “When are you going to have another one?” at least once a week. The short answer is hopefully soon… → Read More

Can Day of Silence Protests Still Work Under Trump?

After more than two decades of surprisingly impactful LGBTQ activism, organizers plan next steps. → Read More

Why Queer Retellings of Classic Stories Are So Necessary

Queer retellings of stories are a reminder that the classics don't just belong to straight white guys—they belong to the LGBTQ community, too. → Read More

Workplace Sexy Times, Cuddling With Strings Attached, And The “Lesbian Gym Teacher”

A Queer Chick is here to help. → Read More

Rejection Is Rejection, Infatuation Is Infatuation, And Sex Is Sex

Your boyfriend is wrong. → Read More

Healing, “Couple-Dating,” And Tips For A Baby Queer

There are lots of mouths in the sea. → Read More

Addressing Asexuality, Friends Who Talk Too Much, And Why What You Did Sucked

This month, A Queer Chick answers your questions on asexuality, consent, friendship, and ranks potential "Orange Is The New Black" spin-offs. → Read More

99 Problems, Romantic Fuck-Ups, And Comfortable Shoes

"A few romantic fuck-ups are a must for any well-rounded life." → Read More

This Little Boy Looks Just Like Prince George

And he knows it. → Read More