Literally why not.
You ID’d as a lesbian and now you’re dating a dude and your friends are like WHAT. You’ve been single for nine years and wondering if it’s time to give up. You know of some queer people but aren’t sure if you should mention it. LET’S GO.
You’re tired of feeling like your friend’s therapist; how do you opt out of that without just avoiding them forever?
“Eclipse season officially ends this month, as the Full Moon in Pisces on the 6th closes out this lunar cycle. Everyone breathe a deep sigh of relief… and take a moment to check out where you’ve landed.”
Should you come out in high school or let them hear about it out later? Can you date a person with a kid if you don’t want kids? How do you take it slow with all these mixed signals?? Let’s find out!
Share your feelings with your partner, stud.
“Sex positive” doesn’t mean you have to have sex.
Cee, Beth, Aja, and KaeLyn share their daring tales of real-life homeownership and their solid advice to future homebuyers!
Don’t think of not having had sex as a disadvantage — think of it like a secret weapon.
One reader wants to be single when she start college, another is 26 and still hasn’t found The Love Of Her Life, and yet another reader is wondering if she should leave her closeted girlfriend. Get in here!
Where do you even start the journey of finding your dream home? Right here!
Realizing you’re bisexual after you’re married to a dude, coming to terms with this awful therapist, and never ever ever U-Hauling again. It’s time for some good old fashioned advice!
“That she talked to you about this at all is a beautiful and important thing that a lot of young people don’t have. So know that just being there for her is already making an enormous difference!”
This month begins with all the feels turned way high. With three planets in Cancer, we’re getting a guided tour through the more sensitive places in our hearts.
Instead of thinking about how your sex life is dead, think about how it could be reborn.
When an in-law has a terrible reaction to your coming out, do you still have to go to their wedding?
Jupiter is our inner gay cheerleader, and as it moves direct this month our spirits will be donning those striped athletic socks and creating rowdy, raunchy chants against all the forces of oppression.
Being friends with anyone, taking action on typos in your books, negotiating down debt, houses for owls and more!
After April’s gentle lessons to release and surrender, May is here to get us into trouble.
Storing plastic grocery bags, saying no, broken appliances, mini scrapbooks, keeping your energy up in stressful times and more!