Queer. Originally, it’s a word that means weird or strange. It’s a slur that has been reclaimed by the LGBTQ+ activist movement; it’s now often used as a synonym for LGBTQ+. People who have a sexuality or a way of living their gender that is outside the norm can use queer to avoid a label that’s restrictive. It’s a political movement too that opposes stiff categories; it’s against power structures dominated by straight and cisgender people.
In this third post on having sex with women and AFAB people, we look at all kinds of ways you can play with a partner's body to make them feel amazing.Continue Reading
In this second post on having sex with women and AFAB folks—cisgender, trans or nonbinary—we’ll go over the ways their bodies are wired for pleasure.Continue Reading
We can heal from internalized biphobia and homophobia, and have fulfilling lives as bi+ and bisexual men. Here are ways of coping with these poisonous feelings.Continue Reading