created in 2014
This is a an offset sub from /r/trollxchromosomes, any question you've ever wanted to ask a sassy woman can be asked here!
This subreddit was created for girls to request tips and share discoveries to aid others in daily life. A survival guide of "life pro-tips" for the everyday girl. Post away!
Had a bad day, SO Broke up with you, suffering finals blues, family problems? Bring it here and let your fellow trolls help you.
This is the alternative to TrollXChromosomes which is meant to be kept light, funny, and about period shits.
Bring the sadness here.
This is a subreddit devoted to all those times you wanted to submit a something to MUA but couldn't. Or when you didn't feel like it belonged in TrollX. This includes dupes, bad make up days, fails, and memes.
Fancy looking fancy? Not enough skills to post in MUA? Feel free to post your morning after smoky eye, your almost their winged eye-liner and any other make up tips, dupes or anything you fancy (so long as it's make up related)!
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit, or wish they could fit into their old clothes. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, body image, and health, or post quality links related to these topics. While weight loss topics are totally fine, keep in mind that that's not always the end goal of fitness and post accordingly.
You know those nitty gritty details you can only talk about with your best friend? Well, here is TwoXSex: a place for you to bare all about your experiences, concerns, questions, anything you may want to talk about when it comes to doing the deed (or anything leading up to it). This might include technique, initiation tactics, grooming, "is this normal?," and everything in between.
This community is an extension of the Troll universe in which we can post ridiculous nonsense about working out, and keep it far from the prying eyes of those whom would seek to destroy- I mean ruin the fun for the rest of us.
Bottom line: this is a positive environment for talking about fitness and all of the hoopla which accompanies it.