A sex-positive workshop from dating app #Open saw professional kink educators Lotus and Blane Ropewolf teaching an inclusive audience the BDSM basics.
Gender and Sexuality
Coverage of issues pertaining to the social construction of gender and identities within the spectrum of sexuality. Emphasis on the realities and aesthetics of Pride, dismantling the gender binary, intricacies of the LGBTQIA+ spectrum, issues affecting Queer and Trans individuals, particularly in terms of violence and mental illness.
Thanks to The Guidance Agency, inclusive surrogacy and donation provide new paths to parenthood for families in the LGBTQ+ community, single parents, and international families.
Subscription-based platform OnlyFans shocked its creators by announcing a ban on sexual content. Though they've since backtracked, the experience leaves many creators feeling betrayed.
The injustices of the Britney Spears conservatorship case have many implications about society's continuing double-edged sword for women. Legal analyst Aron Solomon says the case's revelations could also impact future elections.
This year, the Queer Liberation March is being held again, this time representing the Black Lives Matter movement as a form of protest. Protesting for human rights is a meaningful way to spend Pride if you are looking for a way to fight for human rights.
Due to Covid-19, many have been forced to move into non-affirming spaces. A non-affirming space might look like an environment that is not positively receiving or supportive of LGBTQIA+ individuals.
ride month is necessary to recognize that Pride intrinsically means dismantling the white hegemony and the dominant culture; it also means shunning capitalism’s co-option of our contemporary LGBTQIA+ movement.
As a queer woman in 2020, I owe my comfort and my privilege to the trans women of color who risked their lives for the gay liberation movement at the Stonewall Riots.
I get to be part of the development of a brand new industry. Sadly, women haven’t had a voice in the development of any of the industries that we see operating today, which is why this work is so exciting.
I am a feminist at my core and I wanted to create a way for women to empower themselves, a place where they could come together and talk and teach each other about self-love.
When I was coming out, I never could have imagined that my mom had been on the front lines like that, that she’d witnessed true horror. It’s possible she’s done more for my community than I ever will.
Sometimes a friend really seeing you, holding space for you as you figure yourself out, can make all the difference.
Like the mesmerizing Laganja herself, the emblem is a symbolic representation of being under the female influence, of accepting an invitation of sorts to consider how femininity, and the myriad of ways it shows up in the world, influences our collective experience with the plant.
Art has always been a way for people to express the need for social justice. Maya Mercer uses her artistic abilities to help one group in particular–the teenagers wrought by class struggle in her rural neighborhood. Often left ignored, Mercer employs art to demonstrate their innocence tarnished by struggle, aiming to bring attention to...