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 Writer Dorothy Parker once vowed there were three things she’d never attain: "envy, content, and sufficient champagne." Girl, I feel that universal struggle. But if you show up to Speed Rack NYC this Monday, you’ll at least attain a few darn good cocktails and four hours of non-stop boozy entertainment.   Now in the midst of its fifth national tour, Speed Rack is the one n’ only speed bartending competition created by and for badass female bartenders. Before a crowd of spectators and a panel...
While you have a hoverboard at the top of your holiday wish list, Ms. Steinem Claus puts all of our Christmas lists to shame, reminding us that material items arent as important as equality and world peace.  So before you hit send on that email to Santa, you might want to ask yourself WWGSD, make a few edits and remember the true meaning of Christmas is getting what we want.... in every aspect of life and being all around better human beings.   Below are selections...
The Vibratex Princessa (Girls Series)Size: plastic Easter eggShape: plastic Easter egg wearing a tiny crownSound: a girlish whisperStrength: the sass of a thousand Cher HorowitzesSatisfaction: the bubblegum-snappin’ kindPairs with: a PhrostieThe Princessa is so cute it makes me want to CACKLE WITH GLEE. It looks like a sea anemone or a squid or a weird fruit or a cake! It’s so little! Eeeee! It’s from a Vibratex line of pink and white vibes called “The Girls.” And I’m such a sucker for anything that screams...
In the wake of the death of Michael Brown and the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement in 2014, Oakland, CA, mom Anayvette Martinez and her friend Marilyn Hollinquest created the Radical Monarchs, a scouting group that “empowers young girls of color so they can step into their collective power and make the world a more radical place.” “I wanted to create a troop that had some elements of traditional scouting,” says Martinez, “but centered around the experiences of young girls of color. My...
  Q: In 2012, I suffered a massive stroke, which has not only isolated me but also caused me to be involuntarily celibate. My quandary is, I never learned how to masturbate! Previous to the stroke, my now ex-boyfriend served as my orgasm-giver. However, now that I’m begrudgingly solo, I need some help finding my “happy place” again. Not to mention, I’m currently stuck living with my parents without a lot of privacy. –Starting Out Solo Carol Queen: You don’t say whether your stroke affected your range...