“Too many of us are trying to perfect the outside while our insides are a mess. In order for queer black women to really love, there needs to be some pro-active emotional, spiritual, psychological healing in our community.”
I’m a mixed-race queer cisgender woman. My partner is a white transgender man. And despite his being white and male, he seems to “get me” better than anyone else in my life.
Recipe for lovers. This post involves bondage restraints, whipped cream, honey, and sticky balls. What more could you ask for?
Studology 101’s recent videos about “Bisexual Studs” sparks important dialogue and controversy. Why is it so hard for people to accept bisexuality from masculine women of color?
One queer woman of color dishes on the how to’s of being a good wing woman.
How one high school girl dealt with being outed to a friend’s queerphobic mom.
When I was in college, I dated white-women because English-speaking queer women was “all there was.” And while I didn’t mind then, the truth is… I do now. I don’t want to explain every single story, conversation or joke. When I have to constantly interpret, things gets lost in translation –including our connection, but mainly my sanity.
As is the case with queer people of color, the experiences of many queer Latinas living in the U.S are filled with challenges; identifying with anything outside of heterosexuality and the gender binary remains largely taboo in the Latino culture. Read Una Queer’s very personal account of coming out to her family, and moving through the world as a Queer Latina.
Sissy Van Dyke shares a few tips for all you serial monogamists in search for the next u-haul. One of them is slow down, but the rest of it sheds some light into the dark alley of online dating. Roll up your sleeves and take notes!