AutoWin! Autostraddle Calendar competition
Lesbians! Bifolk! Transpals!
Well, with thanks to Autostraddle’s Alex, Robin and Reise we have not one but two calendars to give away to you! For free! Gratis! Sweet F.A.! Nada!
So, without further ado, here are the details:
What’s the prize?
We have an Autostraddle 2012 Calendar to give away to each of two lucky winners!
The calendar contains 12 high quality 8.5″x11″ pages, spiral-bound with a hard-cover, with striking photography by Robin Roemer. The built-in wire hook can be used to hang it on your wall, or alternatively use it as a desk-calendar. The calendar is 100% produced, photographed, make-upped, hair-did and modelled by and for lady-lovin’ ladies.
(I’m just jealous I can’t keep one for myself.)
How to enter!
To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment below – be sure to include a valid email address so we can contact you if you’re a lucky winner! (Your email will be kept private, and will not be used for any other purpose.)
The competition runs from 12:30pm today (7th December) and will end at 4pm on Monday (12th December).
After that, we’ll pull two winners’ names out of the hat.
(P.S. – If you comment more than once, we’ll just count one entry. So no messin’.)
Founded in March 2009 and still run by a dedicated team of indentured masochists, Autostraddle is an intelligent, hilarious & provocative voice and a progressively feminist online community for a new generation of kickass lesbian, bisexual & otherwise inclined ladies (and their friends).
Autostraddle is owned, run & operated by an volunteer army. It’s a serious labor of love — a personal dream that one day became a start-up and then somehow became the world’s most popular independently-owned lesbian website with over 320,000 unique visitors and 1.75 million views per month.
Autostraddle’s girl-on-girl culture is rooted in basic social values and ideals — the team wants women to feel good about themselves, they want equality and visibility for all marginalized groups and ultimately, they want to change the world.
- Calendar images are (c) Robin Roemer and are reproduced with Robin’s kind permission.
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