How to ask for things in bed, relationships and money, developing a kinky identity, why people make so many noise complaints about loud sex and more.
If you’re thinking about making a career shift or adding new skill sets to your resume, then here are some factors to consider during your search for a boot camp and upcoming application prep.
“You have to at least pretend to hate the new trilogy.”
“There were good reasons we hadn’t started trying. But the bigger reason, which came out right there in a flood on cobblestones in the French Quarter, was that Simone wanted me to carry her baby, and that was maybe going to be impossible to achieve.”
When I need a tarot-y kinda message, I can just reach into my bag and grab a card, or find a quiet spot for a reading. Why would I also need an app? Let’s find out!
This standalone issue isn’t just a perfect place to jump on, it’s one of my favorite single issues so far this year.
Problems with the Feminist Porn Awards, mandatory LGBT sexuality- and gender-related education for everyone (and what happens in abstinence-based sex ed classes), poly dating and more.
You’ve come up with the concept, you’ve bought the domain name, you might even have built it already — now, how do you get it on the internet?
“It didn’t matter that it snowed so much.”
Books by people of color are more likely to be banned, Cherríe Moraga on the re-release of This Bridge Called My Back, a new webseries that’s basically lesbian pulp fiction come to life and more!
This comic is the one that I want. Oo, oo, oo, honey.
A new queer-run feminist sex shop, consent and its sexiness, knot practice and more.
How many times do we have to tell these stories before they become real — before we all agree that this is a problem, and more than that, agree to do something about it?
“I ALWAYS get a spring sunburn.” “I know. You’re very delicate.”
“But no matter what, I’ve always, always, always known that I would be a parent. I’ve always wanted to have a baby. Actually babies, plural. Lots of them. One miscarriage, four embryos, dozens of pee sticks, 18 months, and approximately 132 injections later, I’m 18 weeks pregnant!”
Angel McCoughtry came out on Instagram, HBO released a full-length Bessie trailer, Arrested Development is coming back with 17 new episodes, and Sarah Paulson has her own action figure now.
“Computer Love” is a cute slice-of-life sci-fi webcomic filled with queer and trans characters. Renee Montoya is an amazing lesbian Latina superhero/detective. Both are great!
One Big Happy is getting funnier and funnier, Nyssa Al Ghul is back to kicking ass on Arrow, and Sam and Laura finally go on their honeymoon on Newlyweds: The First Year.
Safer sex tips for trans women, being a kinky feminist, what you can learn at an orgy and more.
Seriously, wtf am I missing here? Can you tell me why we need smart watches? Or at least, why we need them in their current state?