8 Valentines You Can and Should Send Right Now

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Hello Tenderqueers! As you know, it’s February 14th, 2015 which means ohmyfuckinggod it’s Valentine’s Day. If you’re me, you’re spending much-loved alone time with a lot of beers and your very own internet abyss (I’m looking at you, Netflix and Tumblr <3). HOWEVER, for all you clever, cute and charming humans who do have V-Day plans, I support you. I support you so much that I made cards for you to share with your people, yourself, maybe even your cat because maybe you forgot or were too busy working on a local production of the Vagina Monologues to grab a card. We did some printable cards a few years ago, but this time they’re internet-shareable because everything is ones and zeros, paper doesn’t exist and soon neither will any of us.


For the die-hard ‘straddlers:

Ratherstraddle


Short, sweet, and almost to the point:

WeirdInAGoodWay


For the kinky queers:

Kink


For the non-monogamous folks who probably have a really hard time finding good cards and I’m so sorry:

Poly


For Single’s Awareness Day commiserates:

Friendsentine


For the V-Day grump:

NotReal


Of course there’s an L-Word one. Why wouldn’t there be an L-Word one:

JennySchecter


The ultimate declaration of love, platonically or romantically:

I'dPauseNetflix

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Cameron is an illustrator hailing from Ohio. When she’s not drawing, she’s probably very, very quietly having loud thoughts about: queer things, her eventual shop, what to watch next on Netflix, food, names for her future pets, and tumblr.

Cameron has written 76 articles for us.

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