“When we’ve all broken past the fear of being burdens on others, when we as communities learn how to ask for and give help and support, we’ll be able to take care of each other.”
You’ve crafted some longterm goals and set some realistic expectations. Now you’re ready to tackle the most important part of doing the thing: actually doing the thing.
January is a time for resolutions, but I’m going to give you something better than that: A pre-New Year three-week lesson on figuring out what the heck you want to do and actually doing it.
It’s easy to get caught up in how difficult grad school is, and to use that difficulty as an excuse to slack off on taking care of yourself, but the skills you build now will follow you into your career. It’s more important than ever to really make time and space for YOU, and I don’t just mean bubble baths.
Get bigger and stronger with this guide to putting on muscle mass.
Here’s how to put a few basic shibari ties together so you can hogtie your rope bottom!
Here’s how to do a basic shibari leg tie for beginners!
Here’s how to make a basic shibari chest harness!
Sew up an A-Camp craft right in your own home!
Single-column and double-column ties are the foundation for more complicated shibari ties, and they’re also fun on their own! Here’s how to get started.
Welcome to Shibari 101, your chance to learn the building blocks of Japanese rope bondage! Today, we’re talking about history, basics and safety.
Maddy Court, the creator behind Instagram lesbian meme sensation @xenaworrierprincess, teaches us how to make a meme and shares her own meme origin story.
Everyone has an ass. Here’s how to eat one.
It’s okay if your end result isn’t completely bare and minimal and perfect; the most important thing is feeling in control of the spaces you create.
This month, we tackle reader-submitted questions and run through a step-by-step tutorial for rewiring a lamp.
About eight months sober at that point, I had two thoughts scream through my mind at nearly the same time – first, “Oh hell yeah, all the whiskey at my fingertips” quickly followed by, “Oh hell no, this is cruel.”
No tree? Me neither! Here’s some ideas to inject sparkle and holiday spirit into your living quarters anyway!
In this month’s This Queer House, I’ll show you how to get your home ready for winter by keeping the warm air in and the cold air out with a DIY draft stopper, as well as a few other helpful tips.
How to clean your decanter. Why you might use a decanter. Which decanters you should expressly not use.
Depending on the day, you may be feeling more lipstick or chapstick, and with this simple recipe, you can make both!