Sexual violence can change the way a person experiences sex – and if you’re a survivor, you deserve to take care of yourself in any sexual encounters you choose to engage in. We hope these tips will help.
The more questions this author gets about polyamory, the more she’s realized that society tells us a lot of heteronormative lies about love – and polyamorous folks aren’t the only ones who get mistreated as a result. Here’s the affirming truth.
Have you ever noticed how mansplaining is commonplace, but women are socialized to hold back? These signs of fempathizing might feel familiar – and this author has some empowering ideas for making a change.
Figuring out your aromantic identity can be tough in this society. This author’s path to self-discovery took time and some painful run-ins with society’s expectations, but their story has a hopeful ending.
Being on a college campus is a unique opportunity to promote healthy relationships to masculinity and reduce sexual violence by engaging men. But there are a lot of dangers in doing this work. Here are some ideas for doing it responsibly.
Ignoring disability and sexuality when we talk about romance and sex is far too common in queer communities. You need to read this author’s candid account of his and his friends’ fears to find out what we’re missing when we leave out this important intersection.
How do you feel when you’re harassed on the street? Anger, self-blame, vulnerability, and more can come up not only during an incident of harassment, but after it’s over. Here are some tools to help make navigating the world a little less draining.
How do you think an assistant principal should respond to a student’s attack? This reaction will horrify you – and unfortunately, it’s not unusual. We’re thankful for this survivor’s courage in sharing her story.