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It can feel pretty invalidating to have your queer identity erased when people refer to your relationship as “straight.” These suggestions can help you celebrate your queerness, no matter who you’re with.
Do you believe that you can’t love someone else until you love yourself? This idea has good intentions – but are we missing something when we say it? Here’s Celia Edell with some smart insights on this saying.
Do any of the scenarios that make this author’s skin crawl sound familiar to you? If you’re a white guy who dates women, you need to check out these essential tips before you approach a woman of color.
Is it possible to celebrate love without the oppressive ideas that typically come with Valentine’s Day? Here are some fun suggestions for all of you who love love, but not heteropatriarchal capitalism.