Learning for Justice
Love Your Body! (NOW)
A Brief Guide to Intersex
It’s All Right: There Is No One Right Time to Start Dating
Queer Media for Pride Month and Beyond
One of the trends that gives me hope for the future is seeing more and more queer media on shelves and screens. It's heartening that, even in the face of alarming and depressing times, queer and trans people still manage to make art and tell stories.
From Erasure to Ownership: A Bisexuality Journey
Beezus Murphy's Mom Had an Abortion: An Interview
I'm uncomfortable with how sexually dominant I am
I've recently done a lot of internal sexual exploration. Around three years ago, I came out to most of my family and friends as bisexual. This year I became MUCH more attracted to men than I've ever been. It was confusing but I ended up coming to the conclusion that labeling my sexuality was a confusing waste of time and energy for me....
Being Seen, Cared for and Empowered AF by Feminist AF
Through all my phases of self discovery and learning to be a feminist as a teenager and young adult, I never had someone tell me it's okay to be loud and rowdy, to be gender non-conforming, to rock my natural frizzy curls and be openly sexual--especially as a WOC. I would've learned these things way earlier in life if I had Feminist AF in my hands.
Queer Your Eyes and Ears (with some help from the Scarleteam)!
One of my favorite parts of Pride is watching queer stories and media be centered and shared throughout the month, which is why I put out a call to our wonderful Scarleteam to share their favorite pieces of queer media!