Interview of Kara DeSouza by Freya Bennett // It was so important to share these photos because I feel like they truly tell the story of us. To be quite honest I’m not even out to most of my family and this was my little act of defiance, a “fuck it all” and just post it momentRead More
Writing by Maria Emrides // Illustration by Freya Bennett // Intimacy isn’t just skin to skin contact, it’s sharing part of yourself and your energy and all of those things deserve to be mirrored by someone who values connection in the same way you do. So take the time to define what it means to you first, and let it be worth waiting for.
Writing by Caitlyn Grant // Photograph by Karolina Jackowska // Edited by Sarah Rowe // So let’s kill this taboo, because I’ve spent the last six years of my life in pain: isolated, feeling like this condition was specific to me and therefore not seeking help.Read More
Writing by Arion Bereziat // photograph by Agus Cabaleiro // Giving yourselves space to feel your emotional reactions is healthy and important. But the next step is dumping all the passive aggressive, silent treatment, stuff and just talking it out honestly with one another.Read More
Writing by Nita // Illustration by Arielle Jennings // I was eager to write my story in order to prove to everyone around the world that although we are dissenting voices in our community, we can not open our heart to people easily without fear.Read More
Writing by Chloe Sewell // Illustration by Helena Ravenne // I remember the main universal Christian teaching, which is embedded across all Bible stories; across all Christian denominations; and it is the basis of all other monotheistic religions too: God loves everyone equally.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Karen Davis // Most importantly, women are more susceptible to contracting STDs than men. They are also less likely to show symptoms than men which puts them at further risk.Read More
Writing by Penny Schiereck // Illustration by April Phillips // Don’t let biphobic claims convince you, you can still be bisexual if you’ve only ever been in heterosexual relationships. You’re just as bisexual as you always were.Read More