In our last post dedicated to our tops / bottoms / switches survey, we’re looking at a broad overview of all the data.
*Law and Order sound* these are our stories — Autostraddle staffers share how they personally identify (or don’t!) and why.
We’ve been talking about tops, bottoms and switches for a few weeks and today we’re doing a little glossary of the other words you use to describe how you have sex!
Today we’re using our sex survey data to talk about switches and also about those of you who identified as NONE OF THE ABOVE. Which is fine!
“I’ve been dying to tell someone about how my partner and I finally found a name for our new dildo and it’s Antoni”
It’s time for part two of our series on what queer women and trans people are talking about when they talk about tops, bottoms and switches. Today we are taking your love ON TOP.
What does it mean when to identify as a “bottom” or a “submissive” in queer sex? I come armed with data and some very vague answers.