“Our minds are fine. It’s our legs that don’t work.” Have you ever come across this sentiment in disability activism – or expressed it yourself? This author gets where you’re coming from, but you’ve got to find out how it’s hurtful.
“Bisexual men are really just gay.” When a man who isn’t straight is dating a woman, myths like this one stigmatize both of them. Make sure you’re not adding to the stigma by falling for any of these misconceptions.
This author is still learning about his gender – but he knows he’s not a man. So what does it mean for people to think he “looks” like man? Join him as he unpacks some tough questions about gender.
Do you believe any of the stereotypes about people who are bisexual and polyamorous? They’re far too common – and if you’re in a polyamorous community, here’s how you can help do something about it.
If you’re a non-disabled person, you may not notice the ways your parties can be inaccessible. These questions can help you throw a super fun, much more accessible party for everyone.
This author’s identity is more fluid than they once thought. These lessons they’ve learned through the process of discovering that might just change your perspective on gender and sexuality, too.
If you’re queer and Native, and you can relate this author’s experience of sexual violence, we hope this affirming letter reminds you that you’re not alone. Here’s what this survivor of corrective rape wishes someone had told them.
Have you ever met someone who treated Latinx culture like this author’s classmate did? Here are some of the ways Latinxs with class (and often education) privilege can cause harm through classism.
Privilege checklists are a great introduction – but they fail to go deeper than a “first look” at privilege, and that can sometimes get in the way. Here’s why we have to acknowledge how disability intersects other identities.
“Why do homeless people have cell phones?” Sound familiar? There’s a popular myth that poor people shouldn’t, and can’t, have “nice things.” These reasons why they do put that myth to rest.