I was lucky enough to get my hands on an Advanced Readers Copy (ARC) of Jem Zero’s new book “A Home Within Skin” and I have THOUGHTS. It feels a […]
Following in my tradition of writing poetry about pride (check out Cry out for Marsha P., Queerdom, and Stonewall, Why A Rainbow?, and What If Pride Was Silent?) I wrote […]
Comedy More than a punchline – the joy of queer comedy – Blizzard Comedy Trans In Comedy – Quenby Creatives The Doxy Review You Haven’t Read Yet – Quenby Creatives […]
Delighted to share this Trans Joy post by Kelvin, talking about how tattoos help him love his trans body. You can find more of his work here, or follow him […]
Today I’m delighted to share this Trans Joy post by Toni, talking about how eyeliner helped express their non-binariness. You can follow them @_kinker.bell_ on Instagram or @Toni_Andres on Twitter.
It’s something of a stereotype that queer people impulsively dye their hair. Between lockdown and my general love of queer coding I’m honestly surprised this didn’t happen sooner.
CW: Mentions of Transphobia and Fatphobia
CW: Transphobia It was February last year when I first wrote about transphobia in the sex blogging community. I wasn’t the first person to talk about it, but at the […]
CW: Loneliness, Isolation I wrote a poem reflecting on how much I’m missing queer community, partly inspired by It’s A Sin.
I don’t paint my nails that often at the moment. Like many people I’m struggling with motivation to get dressed up. It’s been all too easy to let things slide […]