Four Crucial Queer Survival Tips for 2019
As we approach this new annum and everything that lies in store, instead of thinking about the ephemera one could manifest into being, I want to ask how we create the space to make our queer love and joy stand out and shine.
Sexuality in Color: Where “Latinx” came from (and where it might go)
Is "Latinx" just some weird made-up thing from the internet? How do marginalized communities reshape language to define themselves?
Disability and Dating: I'm Sexy, Seated, and Single Forever
It took a long time for me to come to terms with my singledom, but now that I'm here, I couldn't be happier.
Just the Basics, Ace: An Asexuality Primer
Think you might be asexual, or just curious about the ace community? Alaina Leary has the details.
Let's Talk About Girldick
If you or your partner is packing girldick, navigating your sexuality takes time, communication, and self-love.
Sick, Sexy, and Disabled
When your disabled body decides to literally crap out on you, how do you bring sexy back?
What's This Bisexual/Pansexual Thing All About, Anyway?
The coming out of celebrities like Janelle Monae pave the path for a better understanding of sexual identifiers.
How do I cope with being a lesbian and single?
I feel like my loneliness is eating me alive. Every time I wake up, I expect someone to be sleeping next to me. However, no one ends up being there and it's rather devastating to me. I am not in the place in my life where I have time for a relationship. Also, I am paranoid that I will never meet anyone and that I will die alone. I'm going off to college in a year, will I meet other people there?...
I'm a lesbian with conflicting feelings about only wanting to have sex with one person, the person I marry.
I recently came out a lesbian. I have known I was a lesbian for a very long time. I'm not like most teenagers. I really just want to settle down and get married. However, I know I must go through a few long term relationships in order to do that. But, I only want to have sex with one person, my committed, married partner....
The Search for Gender-Affirming Hygiene Products
Soap truly has no gender, but the personal care aisle can still be a scary place. Let us help you out!