Obviously, a lot of toys you’d buy for a cis woman are great, but also, let’s be real, trans women have some special needs and desires.
The Gazelle vibrator combines a classic sex toy shape with lines vaguely evocative of animal traits in a way that’s surprisingly smooth and sleek.
Whether you want to say “I love you,” “I have a crush on you,” or “I genuinely want you to be happy and maybe have a lot of orgasms,” we’ve got the sex toys for you.
“Perhaps trust is my biggest kink. That would explain a lot.”
Ease the sting of distance with these mostly practical (but yes, some are sappy… DISTANCE IS HARD, y’all) gifts.
Here’s how a 23-year-old native and Jewish queer trans woman with Cerebral Palsy living in Baltimore and dating a few people does poly.
“When I’m alone, and the world feels like it’s ending, for whom do I do service?”
“I knew she wanted it, I trusted her to know she could take what she asked for, and I wanted to give her what she wanted. But I couldn’t do it.”
“You can just NOT LIE.”
When you tap into your sensitivity, you’ll know immediately when something’s harmful (whether that’s a controlling person or a toxic chemical), you’ll trust what your gut is telling you, and you’ll be able to help others with your insights and awareness.
I started to see submission as less about what happens in play and more about a way to approach the world.
“I’ve written them a letter about feeling like I’m getting the short end of the stick, but I’m afraid that it comes off as a break-up letter and I don’t want to break up with them. I really just want to be happy with them.”
When you want your partner to be strong, dominant, demanding and strict, “What do you need right now? Can I make you a sandwich? Let’s watch your favorite movie!” is not a sexy reaction.
Happy Fisting Day! Celebrate by fisting. Also celebrate by voting no on Proposition 60.
Here’s how a single 20-year-old Latina queer polyamorous femme who works as a nonprofit employee and fetish model does poly.
Sex doesn’t exist in a vacuum, but what if during the act, it did? What if all I focused on during sex was consent and pleasure?
That’s what’s tricky about disabled sexuality: most people, disabled or not or anyplace in between, have no idea how to discuss it. So fear of “saying the wrong thing” takes over instead and the problem feeds itself. We never talk about it because we don’t know how to start.
“I’m not saying the only time you should play with safewords is in consensual non-consent. But to me, it’s the only time they’re really necessary.”
Oh, it’s definitely hot in here. Because of ~*lesbians.*~
“Being queer, Asian-American, femme, and gray ace — this is my identity and I get to choose what that means to me.”